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100% Landfill Biodegradable, Light Grey, 12µm, 100 bags per roll, 36w x 42h cm

Suitable for 10 litre kitchen tidy bins. Every bag:

  • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
  • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
  • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
  • Will biodegrade without oxygen
  • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
  • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
  • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
  • Is from an Australian owned company
  • Is made with 50% Recycled Plastic for sustainability

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

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    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $4.55
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    100% Landfill Biodegradable, Light Grey, 12µm, 100 bags per roll, 36w x 42h cm

    Suitable for 10 litre kitchen tidy bins. Every bag:

  • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
  • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
  • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
  • Will biodegrade without oxygen
  • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
  • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
  • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
  • Is from an Australian owned company
  • Is made with 50% Recycled Plastic for sustainability

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $5.90
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    100% Certified Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil 

    The oil extracted feels cool when applied to the skin, yet conversely feels warm internally relaxing muscles. It has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral properties and can be used in vaporizers. Additionally, it can help alleviate fever symptoms.

    • Respiratory support e.g. clears sinuses, breaks down mucus during cold & flu (Tip: Mist this oil on your pillow. Its fresh scent will ease inhalation problems) 
    •  Relieves cramps 
    • Insect repellant 
    • Promotes the healing of wounds 

    100% Certified Organic Lavender Essential Oil 

    Considered the queen of essential oil, lavender is readily used either pure, diluted or combined with other oils for a wide variety of benefits and emotional effects. 

    • Skincare – especially for sensitive, dry or acne prone skin. 
    • Headaches – rub a drop or two into the temples for tension or headache relief. 
    • Burns – the anti-inflammatory property soothes sunburn. 
    • Insect repellent/bites and stings – repels bugs and takes the sting away from bites. Also effective in calming the sting of a cooking oil splash (a quick fix for kitchen accidents). 
    • Congestion/Asthma – anti-spasmodic (muscular contraction) and anti-inflammatory effects make lavender good for respiratory support. Suitable for children too. 
    • Dandruff – balancing and moisturizing dandruff treatment. 
    • Insomnia / nervous tension – relieves stress. 

    100% Certified Organic Peppermint Essential Oil

    Peppermint oil has a long medicinal history, notably being used in ancient Egypt, China, and Japan. It has a grassy, minty scent.

    • Renowned for relieving nausea and headaches. 
    • Anti-inflammatory, anti-viral. 
    • Aids digestive disorder and irritable bowel syndrome. 
    • Inhaled, this oil treats respiratory symptoms such as coughs, colds, bronchitis, sinusitis as well as migraines, nausea and nervous conditions.
    • Effective in the treatment of colds and flu. 
    • Astringent and anti-spasmodic. 
    • A known anti-septic to relieve skin irritation. 

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    Aromatherapy can be defined as the art and science of using aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonise and promote the health of body, mind and spirit. Aromatherapy uses highly concentrated extracts from certain varieties of trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, roots and flowers. It is the most concentrated form of herbal energy available.

    Different oils affect us in different ways to stimulate, sedate or enliven the body. How aromatherapy works: as scents are inhaled, the smell travels across the olfactory nerves located inside the nose and then up into the part of the brain that controls our moods, our memories and our ability to learn. This area is called the limbic system and when stimulated it releases endorphins, neurotransmitters and other 'feel-good' chemicals. Essentially what this means is that smells have a subtle way of affecting your mind and emotions.

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    1 Landfill Biodegradable Doggy Bags (8 mini rolls, 160 Bags) and 1 Canvas Mini Roll Dispenser.

    Be proud to say your pup is doing their part for the environment. You know every bag:

    • Is 100% degradable in landfill 
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Australian owned company.

    Canvas Mini Roll Doggy Bag Dispenser to suit Landfill Biodegradable mini rolls.

    Features include:

    • Velcro fixture and loop for easy attachment to lead, belt or bag
    • Pull through easy bag access
    • Holds one roll of 20 bags
    • Each bag is 100mm long x 60mm wide.

    Available in blue or green.

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    Plastic waste is accumulating year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year. Approximately 10% is recycled, resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. 

    Our plastics biodegrade down to an organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $26.95
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    1 each 27l, 75l & 120l 100% Landfill Biodegradable Garbage Bags.

    Suitable for small garbage/kitchen bins, general kitchen garbage bins, and large garbage bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag so you know it will handle your load.

    Better still, you know every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company
    • Is made with 50% Recycled Plastic for sustainability

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. Please refer to the number of bags included in your product category to select your usage and re-order intervals for Subscription. 

      • 27 Litre Kitchen Garbage Bags, White Bag, 12 µm, 50 bags per roll
      • 75 Litre Kitchen Garbage Bags, White Bag, 20µm, 20 bags per roll
      • 120 Litre Bags, Green Garbage Bag, 30µm, 20 bags per roll

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    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to an organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $28.30 $27.00 Sale
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    100% Landfill Biodegradable, Green, 30µm, 20 bags per roll.

    Suitable for large bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag, so you know it will handle your load. Better still, you know every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Weight: 1080g

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    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $9.27
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    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

    100% Landfill Biodegradable, Green, 30µm, 20 bags per roll.

    Suitable for large bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag, so you know it will handle your load. Better still, you know every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Weight: 1080g

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    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $11.50
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    100% Landfill Biodegradable, White, 12µm, 50 bags per roll.

    Suitable for standard size kitchen bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag, so you know it will handle your load. Every bag:

  • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
  • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
  • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
  • Will biodegrade without oxygen
  • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
  • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
  • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
  • Is from an Australian owned company

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $4.55
    Add to Cart

    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

    100% Landfill Biodegradable, White, 12µm, 50 bags per roll.

    Suitable for standard size kitchen bins. The larger the size, the stronger the bag, so you know it will handle your load. Every bag:

  • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
  • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
  • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
  • Will biodegrade without oxygen
  • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
  • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
  • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
  • Is from an Australian owned company

  • The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this. 

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $7.50 $6.90 Sale
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    100% Landfill Biodegradable, White, 20µm, 25 bags per roll.

    Suitable for 75 litre bins. Every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this.

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $6.82
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    Email info@ethicsdisrupted.com for wholesale and bulk order rates.

    100% Landfill Biodegradable, White, 20µm, 25 bags per roll.

    Suitable for 75 litre bins. Every bag:

    • Is Landfill-biodegradable, which means they will be digested by natural occurring micro organisms in a landfill, 95% faster than non biodegradable bags.
    • Is 100% recyclable with other mainstream plastics. As with all our landfill-biodegradable products, they can be recycled with other soft plastics.
    • Will begin biodegrading only at time of disposal, not during use
    • Will biodegrade without oxygen
    • Has a typical plastic shelf life, years
    • Will biodegrade in commercial and municipal composts
    • Will not fragment into small pieces, potentially harmful to wildlife
    • Is from an Australian owned company

    The average household disposes of approximately one full garbage bag per person per week. We should all strive to reduce this.

    Learn More

    With the increasing usage of disposable plastic items in our busy societies, there has arisen a large problem of how to dispose of these items.  Plastic waste is accumulating year after year at a rate of about 300 million tonnes per year.  Only about 10% is recycled.  This is resulting in a vast accumulation of plastic waste. Why do we think it is ok to use a plastic item for just a few minutes then throw it away where it can last for 100’s of years? Almost all of it goes to landfill so that is why it makes the most sense to use a method that allows the plastic to biodegrade away there. 

    These biodegradable plastics will biodegrade down to organic material when disposed to a microbe-rich environment such as a landfill or commercial compost facility. Our plastics are called ‘landfill biodegradable’. They can also be main-stream recycled.  It is actually encouraged. Either way, you are not leaving that plastic to last 100’s of years for future generations to deal with. 

    Currently, approximately 90% of plastic waste goes to a landfill.  This then is where the product should be designed to biodegrade.

    No one plastic type can solve all our disposable issues.  Avoidance and reusing are the best actions, but this is the next best thing!

    Regular price $9.90
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    This sustainably sourced Bamboo Toothbrush is designed especially for little people aged 5-10 years:

    • Ergonomically designed
    • Non-slip grip
    • Naturally antibacterial
    • BPA free Nylon bristles (there is no suitable natural bristles for toothbrushes yet).
    • Soft wave-shaped bristles, as recommended by dentists, to clean in-between teeth and along gum line without damage to enamel and gums.

    For optimum oral hygiene Dentists recommend your toothbrush be replaced every 3 months.

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    The toothbrush handle is made of MOSO (Phyllostachys edulis) bamboo which is 100% biodegradable and sustainably sourced. MOSO bamboo is a type of grass where new shoots can grow up to 1 metre a day.

    The bamboo timbers contain natural antibacterial properties and are being harvested without the use of pesticides or fertilisers. The raw bamboo is seasoned via a carbonisation process. This process strengthens the timber and accentuates the natural shades and colours of the grains in the wood.

    The bristles are made of Nylon 4-6 and they are BPA free. There is currently no suitable natural bristles made for toothbrushes. We hope an alternative will be made available in the near future.  

    The toothbrushes are recyclable, biodegradable, compostable, energy efficient and low carbon. They are delivered to you in recyclable and minimal use packaging. 

    Bamkiki also gives back to Planet Earth by donating 5% of their profits to a foundation that promotes the well-being of the environment. They are currently giving to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

      Regular price $5.50
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      This sustainably sourced Bamboo Toothbrush is designed especially for little people aged 2-5 years:

      • Ergonomically designed 
      • Non-slip grip
      • Naturally antibacterial
      • BPA free Nylon bristles (there are no suitable natural bristles for toothbrushes yet).
      • Soft wave-shaped bristles, as recommended by dentists, to clean in-between teeth and along gum line without damage to enamel and gums.

      For optimum oral hygiene Dentists recommend your toothbrush be replaced every 3 months.

      Learn More

      The toothbrush handle is made of MOSO (Phyllostachys edulis) bamboo which is 100% biodegradable and sustainably sourced. MOSO bamboo is a type of grass where new shoots can grow up to 1 metre a day.

      The bamboo timbers contain natural antibacterial properties and are being harvested without the use of pesticides or fertilisers. The raw bamboo is seasoned via a carbonisation process. This process strengthens the timber and accentuates the natural shades and colours of the grains in the wood.

      The bristles are made of Nylon 4-6 and they are BPA free. There is currently no suitable natural bristles made for toothbrushes. We hope an alternative will be made available in the near future.  

      The toothbrushes are recyclable, biodegradable, compostable, energy efficient and low carbon. They are delivered to you in recyclable and minimal use packaging. 

      Bamkiki also gives back to Planet Earth by donating 5% of their profits to a foundation that promotes the well-being of the environment. They are currently giving to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

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