A natural wood toothbrush with a handle made from FSC Beechwood, which is sustainably grown in Switzerland. The toothbrush has been designed so that the head can be snapped off, allowing you to compost the handle. Collect the heads and they can be sent back to Georganics free post, as part of their Zero To Landfill scheme.
The green BPA-free nylon bristles remove plaque and tartar without damaging the gums.
In 2014 Alex, founder of Georganics, started making toothpaste at home, experimenting with different ingredients and making it for family and friends. Before long, he was selling his toothpaste, packed without plastic, at a farmers' market in Crystal Palace. Having received positive feedback and with growing demand, in 2015 Georganics opened its doors, bringing natural and plastic-free products to the oral care market.
Today, the growing team has moved production to West Sussex, where they operate from a beautiful converted barn. All products are made on site by a small team, working closely with local suppliers.
End Of Life At end of life remove the nylon bristles (see below) before recycling or composting the bamboo handle. Kraft paper box can be recycled or composted.
Georganics has just launched a Zero To Landfill scheme, that allows you to send back Georganics products and components that cannot be composted or recycled at home, like the nylon toothbrush heads. How to return:
1. Collect a minimum of 10 heads 2. Put into an envelope 3. On the front write FREE-POST GEORGANICS 4. Drop off at your nearest Post Office