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Bamboo is a renewable resource and one of nature’s most important substitutes for the endangered rainforest hardwoods. It is a quick-growing, versatile, non-timber forest product whose rate of biomass generation is unsurpassed by any other plants. It is also the fastest growing plant on earth and can be harvested in a span of about 5 years. This means that we do not have to worry about exhausting this resource unlike other plants that takes more than a decade to mature before they can be harvested. To top it all off, bamboo is 100% biodegradable and guaranteed safe for our environment. Once you have used the bamboo toothbrush and are ready to discard it, all you have to do is add it to your home composter. It should only take around 4-6 months to decompose.
We love Pandas just as much as Gorillas. Bamboo is not the natural habitat of gorillas, so no issue with this wonderful and majestic animal. Furthermore, our toothbrushes are made of Moso bamboo, which is dubbed “panda-friendly” because pandas do not eat it or inhabit the area where it grows. In other words, the type of bamboo we are using grows on high places which is beyond any Pandas reach. Don’t worry, we made sure not to touch the abundant source of food of the panda.
No, the bamboo is completely natural; it is however heat-treated, water resistant and splinter-proof.
The handle is made from 100% sustainable bamboo and can be put in your home compost or in a commercial composting bin. The bristles are made from Dupont Nylon 6 and are not biodegradable. Unfortunately current technology for fully biodegradable bristles does not yet meet our desired criteria. For this reason and to guarantee premium standards of comfort for you, we have selected non-toxic BPA FREE polymer bristles, resistant to microbial growth during normal use, as the best option to ensure safety and durability. Please see the next topic on how to dispose of the bristles correctly.
Let your toothbrush dry after use to maximise the life span and guarantee premium quality until it is time for you to replace it. Dentists recommend to renew your toothbrush every three months.
Dentists recommend to renew your toothbrush every three months. When you are done with the old one, just break off the bristle head or remove the bristles with pliers and throw the handle in the compost bin. Each country has different recycling options, but in most countries and cities you’ll be able to put the bristles in the plastic recycling bin. Ask your local recycling facility about the best way to recycle the bristles. We love it when you get creative and find ways to reuse the toothbrush. Just do not forget to share with us on our Facebook and Instagram pages @greenbosslife. For more tips on recycling, please check our blog.

Order & Shipping Related Questions

All our products are warehoused and fulfilled by Amazon US for US-based customers and Amazon UK for Europe-based customers.

We ship the products in a plastic free envelop or carton box.

If you are not fully satisfied with our products, we will refund you the item, no questions asked. Please send us an email at and we will make sure to make sure to make up for your trouble and keep you happy, which is what we will always strive for.

We only adhere to the highest quality standards for all of our products. We are however aware that perfection does not exist and that there may be instances where a certain product does not meet our criteria. If you would face any quality issues with your order, please contact us at so we can investigate and resolve the problem for you.

We are always looking to make new connections with like-minded people. If you have a business / partnership proposition, please send an email to:

Charity Related Questions

Eden Reforestation Projects - pls click on this link for more information.

Because of the huge positive impact trees have on our environment and the world’s biodiversity in general, we believe that planting trees is one of the single most important things we can do for our planet today. Eden Reforestation Projects perfectly aligns with our mission. Moreover, by keeping their overhead costs low, they are now recognized as one of the most cost-effective reforestation projects on the planet. While their primary goal is to lift people out of extreme poverty, they have also become a model for environmental restoration and land management.

By the year 2020 their objective is to plant a minimum of 100 million trees each year and to offer hope through the employment of tens of thousands of people in countries where extreme poverty is rampant.

Yes, we are constantly looking for other organizations to collaborate with. After all, saving the planet is a combined effort.

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