A New Way To Brush

Billions of plastic toothbrushes are thrown out every year – your new Bristle won’t be one of them.

Happier Smile

Your smile is really important to us, we don’t want you to sacrifice your teeth to save the planet, which is why we’ve worked hard to ensure that your new biodegradable toothcare products are better than your old plastic ones. We believe in keeping it simple, so we won’t be trying to dazzle you with fancy colours and useless gimmicks. Our dental care range follows current dental recommendations for proper oral hygiene.

Our toothbrush bristles are soft – this is to stop you from damaging your gums during brushing and keeps your teeth strong and healthy. Many people insist on brushing their teeth with harder bristles because it feels like they’re doing a better job of scrubbing away debris; but all that scrubbing can damage your gums and enamel over time. Our brushes have a small head, so you can really spend time cleaning those hard to reach teeth, without it becoming uncomfortable. We’ve also added a wave shape to our bristles for more effective cleaning.

Dentists recommend you switch your brush every 2 – 3 months or whenever your brush is showing significant wear. An old toothbrush becomes home to lots of nasty bacteria, and frayed bristles are pretty useless at cleaning your teeth. With our affordable bamboo toothbrush subscription service, you’ll never forget to change your brush again!

Happier Planet

Plastic pollution is devastating to the environment.  Recent environmental sampling estimates that a total of 12.2 million tonnes of plastic enters the marine environment each year. This toxic, petroleum-based waste takes hundreds of years to break down and can be found circulating in ocean currents. It has quickly entered the food chain contaminating what we eat and affecting the water. A recent test showed that 83% of drinking water samples taken across the globe contain plastic pollutants. Our addiction to plastic is choking the earth and threatening all life on it.

Every year billions of plastic toothbrushes are thrown away. These are difficult to recycle and many go into landfill or watercourses ultimately ending up the sea. It’s fair to assume that every toothbrush you’ve ever used in your life is still somewhere on Earth, leaching harmful pollutants into the soil and water. Other common dental products are also plastic based and discarded on a regular basis. That is why our range doesn’t finish with the toothbrush, we’re constantly rolling out new eco-friendly dental care products to add your bathroom cabinet

There are 65.64 million people in the UK. Here at Bristle, we aim to change the way Britain cares for her teeth, by supplying you with quality, biodegradable alternatives.

Happier Wallet

Your dental care shouldn’t cost the earth and it shouldn’t put a big hole in your bank account either. We’ve made sure that our prices are totally affordable so that it’s really easy for you to make the switch. Our prices include free postage anywhere in the UK so you don’t have to worry about choosing a brush in the supermarket ever again. We’re making it easy for you to find convenient, environmentally-sustainable alternatives, without it hurting your pocket.

Our flexible and simple bamboo toothbrush subscription service makes it really easy for you to change your recurring orders whenever you want. Simply log in to your account and change anything from the number of toothbrushes to the frequency of your orders. It is also easy to change your personal details and we have a number of easy to follow billing options. If you decide that Bristle isn’t for you, for whatever reason, you can cancel your subscription anytime. No hard feelings, you’re always welcome back!

With Bristle, you’ll always be in control.

Changing the way
we think about
everyday items.

We started Bristle to try to reduce the obscene amount of plastic wasted as a result of our dental care habits in the UK. We deal with toothcare products, it’s what we’re good at. But we’re also into other ways to reduce plastic wastage.

Check out the Bristle Online Magazine to see what else you can do to help out the planet.

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