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MamaP

Mental Health Bamboo Toothbrush - Soft

  • Happiness comes from the little things in life, including the simple act of brushing your teeth. Spread joy with each brushing session by supporting mental health awareness in your community.

    •100% compostable and recyclable materials
    •DuPont nylon bristles are durable and can be recycled
    •Non-toxic paint to protect bamboo handle
    •Sales from the green line go towards funding mental health

  • Brush 2-3x daily for 2 minutes (dentist recommended). ADA recommends replacing toothbrushes every 3-4 months.

    We recommend storing the bamboo toothbrush upright (vertically). The non-toxic painted handle will help prevent mildew and early decay of the handle, compared to unsealed bamboo toothbrushes.

  • The handle is lightweight and compostable. Bristles are durable and made of DuPont Nylon - recyclable wherever nylon is accepted. The non-toxic paint tip prevents early decay - to last as long as other leading plastic toothbrushes (except they won't last 1,000 years like the plastic ones). An ergonomic handle and rounded smooth head makes brushing very enjoyable!

  • 5% of sales go towards supporting mental health.

    We all have someone close to us suffering from mental health issues. Many of them can’t bear the social stigma and fail to get the help they need. Including ourselves. But MamaP aims to change that. Because with proper awareness and education, individuals suffering in the dark can get the support necessary to gain true happiness.

    MamaP’s beliefs about mental health have led them to proudly support the work of NAMI — the National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI is America’s largest grassroots mental health organization — dedicated to helping individuals affected by mental illness. Started around a kitchen table by a small group of families in 1979, the non-profit organization has blossomed into the nation’s leading voice on mental health awareness. Today you can find them educating communities across America about the importance of mental health education.

    MamaP Values:

    •5% of Sales Goes To Non-Profits
    •1% For The Planet Member
    •Minority & Woman Certified Business