Bamboo Toothbrush Holder

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A great addition to the plastic free bathroom, this chunky bamboo toothbrush holder comfortably stands 3-4 Curanatura bamboo toothbrushes neatly together. Bamboo is naturally antibacterial and antimicrobial so works well in the bathroom. For best hygene, it is recommended to dry off excess water from toothbrushes with a cloth or towel before inserting into holder.

Designed in Slovakia and made in China using bamboo grown in the producer's private bamboo ‘forest'. Packaged in a recycled Kraft card box.

Measures approximately 6.5cm high x 3.5cm internal diameter.

SUSTAINABLE

Curanatura use solid moso bamboo to make their toothbrush holders. Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world, and is an endlessly renewable resource. It grows naturally without using any pesticides or fertilisers, takes in greenhouse gasses and produces 35% more oxygen than the equivalent trees.

Bamboo toothbrush holders are naturally antibacterial and antimicrobial and Curanatura’s holders are also heat treated which means the surface is ‘carbonised’. This results in the waterproofing of the bamboo and makes it soft to touch and much more durable in the bathroom.
Curanatura is a Slovakian company that first started selling bamboo toothbrushes in 2013. They have designed their toothbrush range together with a dental hygienist to offer the best possible performance, as well as strong environmental credentials.

The Company offers a variety of bristle types in their toothbrushes, all of which contain Nylon 4 - a preferred material for toothbrush bristles according to the International Federation of Dental Hygienists. Nylon 4 is BPA and phthalate free, naturally biodegradable polyamide and is widely considered as one of the most tolerable plastics from a health point of view. Bamboo is the major ingredient but the nylon is necessary to be able to make homogeneous bristles and also to make them durable. Raw bamboo bristles at this very fine thickness would rot in a matter of days.