At Lacer Natur® we have a toothbrush with a natural bamboo handle, which is antibacterial and 100% biodegradable. This means that you can dispose of the handle in the organic waste container, which helps reduce pollution and care for the environment while taking care of your oral health.
Bamboo wood is commonly used in Asian countries because of its high strength and great flexibility. But the antibacterial properties of bamboo also make it an ideal material for hygiene products. Switch to the Lacer Natur® bamboo toothbrush: the sustainable alternative that helps reduce pollution on our planet.
What are Lacer Natur® bamboo toothbrushes like?
Lacer Natur’s bamboo toothbrush handles are made from 100% biodegradable natural bamboo. And unlike many other bamboo toothbrushes, at Lacer Natur® we use organic, plant-based bristles.
The Lacer Natur® toothbrush with a 100% natural bamboo handle and plant-based bristles, available in two different colours, comes in a 100% recycled and recyclable sustainable paper case.
How to care for your Lacer Natur® bamboo toothbrush?
The care of the Lacer Natur® bamboo toothbrush is not very different from that of a conventional toothbrush, but it does have a few special features.
Before brushing your teeth, it is a good idea to wash your hands with soap and water.
After use, rinse with water to completely remove toothpaste and food residue and shake to remove excess water or wipe dry with a clean cloth that isn’t your hand towel or washcloth.
Then place it with the head upwards on a stand that does not accumulate water, so that it can air dry as quickly as possible.
For storage, it is important that your family members’ brushes do not touch each other, so it is important to have separate holders.
You may notice that as you use it, the colour of the bamboo changes, this is completely normal as it is a biodegradable material. However, this change does not affect the quality of the brush and you can continue to use it.
The General Council of Dentists of Spain recommends changing toothbrushes every three or four months or sooner if we see that the bristles have lost their original shape. Although if we see that the toothbrush loses its shape before three months, it is probably because we are brushing too hard.