Reusable Bamboo Interdental Brush / Flossers. Part Compostable and Biodegradable. 0.7 mm & 1.0mm (20 pack)
What is an Interdental Brush?
It is a brush that has a stem-like toothbrush. Yet its tip is entirely different. Instead of a flat end with bristles, an interdental brush is a long and thin rod with bristles. It’s designed specifically to fit between the spaces of your teeth and clean away plaque and debris.
- The handle is made from biodegradable sustainable bamboo.
- 100% plastic-free Packaging, recycled cardboard.
- Bristles are free from BPA, made of nylon-6 because it is the softest and least absorbent nylon.
- EXTENDS BETWEEN TEETH GENTLY AND EASILY.
- SCRAPES AWAY PLAQUE.
- SAFELY REMOVES FOOD DEBRIS.
- HELPS FIGHT GINGIVITIS.
- WILL NOT HARM DENTAL AND BRIDGE WORK.
- HELPS STIMULATE GUMS TO PROMOTE PERIODONTAL HEALTH.
- TWO SIZES FOR MAXIMUM CONVINIENCE 0.7 mm and 1 mm.
How To Use Interdental Brush
- Moisten the brush and gently insert it into the interdental spaces, making a small circular movement.
- Thoroughly clean the brush with water after each use, splash a little of Lucky Teeth Mouthwash over the brush to disinfect.
How To Compost
- Remove bristles and compost the handle. Packaging is recyclable.
Advantages of an Interdental Brush
It is easier to control
Considering how difficult floss can be to wrap and manage, an interdental brush is extremely easy. You simply hold it by the brush’s end and move it up and down between the spaces of your teeth. Due to the handle, you have a much better sense of control.
You may be able to clean areas that even your floss had difficulty in reaching.
It is reusable
This is another advantage of our interdental brush, in particular, any time you use to floss, you have to throw it away. If you’re using standard floss, then you’re putting a ton of plastic in landfills every month. That plastic won’t degrade anytime soon either.
Our interdental brush is designed with the softest nylon bristles. Not only are they gentle on your gums, but they also absorb less. This is vital because it allows you to reuse the brush several times. All you need to do is clean the brush after using it. You’ll substantially reduce the amount of waste that you produce every month.
It is made of bamboo
Our interdental brush’s handle is made of bamboo. Those who hate using products made of plastic will love our brush. If you are looking for a plastic-free interdental brush, bamboo is a great option. Bamboo is a renewable resource. It grows quickly and in great amounts. Yet it’s also incredibly strong. To do your part both for your teeth and for the environment, using our interdental brush is a great choice to make.
It is better for your teeth
With greater control of the brush, you can squeeze into tight areas and ensure that you’re brushing every bit of it. Floss only allows you to clean vertically. You also have to make sure that you’re forming the floss in the correct shape to fully clean a tooth.
Using an interdental brush just makes brushing into those tight areas so much easier. Because the bristles surround the rod, it takes less time to clean between your teeth. You can effectively clean each side of the tooth in a single brushing motion. This will reduce how long it takes to clean the spaces between your teeth.
It helps you to save money
While it may not seem like you pay a lot on floss, if you look at your total floss costs throughout the years, you may be surprised at how much you’re spending. Every time you’re done with the floss, you can’t reuse it either. It just goes directly in the trash.
Reusable interdental brushes can save you money by lasting longer. You keep the brush on the stem for several months. Then you can simply change out the brush when it becomes too dirty. Careful cleaning of your bristles may allow you to use it even longer.
NO: FLUORIDE, COLORINGS, SWEETENERS, PRESERVATIVES.
TESTED ON FAMILY AND FRIENDS NOT ANIMALS