5 Bamboo Toothbrushes for Kids in Pastel Palette

Jezzroom Atelier

Extra Information

MATERIAL bamboo, nylon bristle, chalk paints
WHO MADE IT? I made it
Product Description

/Let's plant forests together! By purchasing this item you gift one tree to the world!/

We designed a joyful set for your littles consisting of 5 bamboo toothbrushes.

A bamboo toothbrush is a practical and simple object which helps you reduce the personal use of plastics in everyday life. Bamboo wood is famous for its rapid growth, durability and lightness. Your children would be happy to try using bamboo toothbrushes painted in playful tones. 

To help your children distinguish the toothbrushes from each other when they are in your family bathroom, we at Jezzroom Atelier, painted the tips of toothbrushes. We use water-based paints from our local partner, FrenChicPaint. This paint is certified for children’s safety, and its components are all-natural minerals and chalk. The bristle of toothbrushes is of MEDIUM hardness.

We recommend changing your toothbrush at least every three months. If your bathroom is very humid, it is advisable to get a new toothbrush every two months.

If you want to know more about our initiative to plant trees together, drop us a message.


Since the bristles are not compostable, you should remove the bristles and dispose of them separately from the toothbrush handle.

There are two ways to remove the bristles:

- Pull them out with pliers OR

- Snap the whole toothbrush head off with a hammer

The bristles can then go into your plastic recycling, but since they are tiny, we recommend to put them into some plastic container, which you are going to recycle and dispose of them together.  

The handle of your toothbrush is 100% biodegradable and can be disposed of in an industrial composter for the fastest de-composition within several weeks. Alternatively, put it in your home composter or even leave in the soil in your garden. 

Even if you throw the bamboo handle into your regular rubbish and the toothbrush ends up in landfill, it will still biodegrade in a few years.