A toothbrush designed to last a lifetime
from Fast Company
Oral hygiene isn't exactly environmentally friendly. The American Dental Association recommends you toss your toothbrush every three to four months, lest frayed bristles fail to dislodge whatever gross food and plaque you've got stuck in between your teeth. The result is a whole lot of plastic ending up in landfills every year. A company called Goodwell has a more efficient answer: a basic toothbrush handle designed to last forever with interchangeable heads that can be composted when they begin to fray.
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