Switching to a bamboo toothbrush is a simple way of reducing your plastic use at home. Made by OLA Bamboo, the first company to manufacture bamboo toothbrushes in Canada. For each product sold, a part of the sales will be given to Compensation CO2 to plant trees in Canada.
Bamboo toothbrushes are biodegradable, making them an ideal choice for both your dental hygiene and for the environment. By using a bamboo toothbrush, you’re helping to eliminate billions of discarded plastic toothbrushes each year globally.
Use and care:
How to dispose of it:
Once the life of your toothbrush is over (it should be changed every 3-4 months), you simply need to remove the bristles using pliers or break off the head before putting the handle in the compost. The rest will go in the trash. You can also reuse the handle as a plant stake, to identify your plants in the garden or to start your campfire! Let your imagination run wild!
Each toothbrush comes in individual packaging. Colours are selected randomly, according to our stocks.
Made with love in Québec, Canada.
The OLA Bamboo family comprises three young Canadian entrepreneurs—Jean-Philippe Bergeron, Simon-Pier Ouellet, and Vicky Jodry—who wanted to make a difference for the planet. Their mission is to help reduce plastic waste by offering eco-friendly products that are affordable and easy to use.
We have sourced this product from Öko Creations:
Marie-Noël and Mélanie Beetz, sisters with strong ecological and humanitarian values, are the heart of the Öko Creations family business founded in 2009 in Quebec, Canada. In 2018, their cousin Karine Létourneau joined them as a co-owner.
Öko Creations’ goal is to help consumers transition to a more eco-friendly lifestyle by offering a range of zero waste products for the whole family. Their collections are proudly created and designed in Quebec from high quality and conscientiously chosen textiles such as hemp and organic cotton. They are actively working to minimise the environmental impacts of their operations from the beginning to the end of their production cycle. They also promote local ethical sewing, helping rejuvenate Quebec’s textile industry.
All product images have been supplied by Öko Creations and used with permission.