As Stacey is an Oral Health Therapist, oral hygiene has a large focus in our family, which we wanted to share too with our Evia family. We adopted bamboo toothbrushes into our routine and found the transition to be very simple, with a big impact.
Millions of plastic toothbrushes are disposed of in Australia each year, taking hundreds of years each to begin to decompose. Making the switch to a renewable, earth friendly product was easy.
Our Evia Collective toothbrushes have been consciously designed to assist you to make a small change, with a big impact; both on the environment and your oral health.
Behind the features;
- Bamboo; Eco friendly. Renewable. Compostable. Biodegradable. Just remember to snap off the head and dispose of this separately - And don’t worry, the paint used to dip the handle is non-toxic and biodegradable too!
- Soft bristles; Soft bristles are recommended to avoid damage to your teeth or gums, as medium or hard bristles can be too rough. The feather like design of our Evia toothbrush head, with a mix of short and longer bristles, assists in brushing all those hard to reach areas such as the gum line and between the teeth
- Small head and ergonomic handle; To make brushing easier and more effective. The small head and ergonomic design of the handle allow you to reach into all the areas of the mouth, giving you a more effective clean. These features are particularly important for children due to their small mouths and limited dexterity.
- Colour coordinated; With sizes for the whole family. The dipped handles not only help differentiate each family member's brush, but also protect against moisture damage in your toothbrush holder.
We recommend changing your toothbrush when it shows signs of wear, or at least every 3 months.