Toothbrush of Wood with natural bristles

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1 Adult – £8.00, 2 Adult – £15.00, 1 Child – £7.00, 2 x Child – £14.00

3 reviews for Toothbrush of Wood with natural bristles

  1. Susan Barnacle (verified owner)

    I have found my favourite toothbrush! The wooden brush with natural bristles is the best I’ve ever used. It seems a bit stiff when it’s dry, but as soon as it’s wet, it’s soft. It doesn’t hurt my gums and makes my teeth cleaner than any toothbrush I’ve ever used. My teeth are incredibly smooth! It wouldn’t even need toothpaste as the bristles are soft yet somehow grippy, and I’m not pushing hard. I’ve tried so many different toothbrushes and sometimes think I’ve found the one and buy several. They are all sitting unused, this is the one!

  2. Sally Mittuch

    You will probably find that the green clay is better for oral care than rhassoul. Our green clay has had the mica’s removed – the whole clay is blown up a curved tube and the scratchy impurities, the micas, being heavy are left behind. We use green clay purified in this way to make sure there is nothing in there to scratch the teeth. I think the rhassoul could be too abrassive and that you will find the green clay much better!

  3. Gaelle (verified owner)

    Very good, got one for myself and one for my mum. I use miswak 99% of the time, but sometimes enjoy a little conventional brushing. I dip the brush in rhassoul clay and brush gently, works a treat! Super clean teeth. Mum likes hers too.

  4. Tim (verified owner)

    I wish i had discovered these years ago. Gentle on teeth and gums yet so effective at cleaning them. It’s a high quality product, worth the money and they last a long time!

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  • Hello! Thank you very much for your brilliant website and shop. I just wondered where the boar bristles are from and whether they are sustainable and ethical? Thank you and best wishes, Francesca

    The brushes are made in Germany and hog hair production is a traditional German specialty. The manufacurer stresses the sustainability and ethics of their sourcing and I buy them in good faith!

    Answer by : Francesca Edelmann on Sep 14, 2019 06:16:12 AM