Lamazuna’s bioplastic toothbrush is a sustainable alternative to standard plastic toothbrush. With a replaceable head, this product helps you cut down on bathroom waste, helping you to reduce your environmental impact.
What it is
The handle of our toothbrush is made in France using 70% castor oil derivatives, which come from the castor plant. Just like all plants, it absorbs carbon dioxide as it grows. The castor derivatives are combined with 30% plastic so the resulting material can cope with the humidity of a bathroom and absorb the “shock” caused by when brushing the teeth.
When your toothbrush handle is looking a little worse for wear, you can send it to us, and we’ll use it to produce the next batch!
Every three months, when your brush’s bristles wear out, simply remove the old head and snap on a new one!
What it's made of
Bioplastic handle: 70% castor oil / 30% plastic made in France
Nylon bristles and ABS base made in Italy
How to use it
Every three months, when your brush’s bristles wear out, it’s time to change the head – and nothing but the head!
Remove the old head, snap on a new one!
It is estimated we use 2-5 toothbrushes in a year. By the end of 2020, we have prevented 306 120 toothbrushes from being thrown in the bin!
1 Lamazuna toothbrush handle should last a lifetime & 1 replaceable head should last for 3 months.