It’s estimated that 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are used worldwide every year, with the average person using 300 in their lifetime.
Unfortunately, roughly 80 per cent of these end up in the sea, where they pose a risk to marine life and habitats.
Each toothbrush takes up to a thousand years to decompose, so it’s little wonder that by 2050 it’s predicted that there will be a higher volume of plastic in the oceans than fish.
A Jo browne toothbrush, the handlle is Moso bamboo and bristles are made from nylon 6 which is free from BPA
Dentist recommend you change your toothbrush every 3 Months