Designing beautiful and environmentally friendly oral care is what we do.
We believe that the power of change lies in the small things… as small as a toothbrush.
By applying sustainable design principles, we have created an eco toothbrush that people want to keep forever. The recycled aluminium handle is beautiful enough to keep for a lifetime and we minimise the environmental impact of what you have to throw away, by making the heads as small as possible and using plant-based, biodegradable plastic.
We started our journey with a highly successful launch on Kickstarter. We launched online in October 2021 and have sold over 5000 toothbrushes to date.
We're fundraising to accelerate our growth and expand our eco product range.
*Capital at risk
Over 4.7 billion plastic toothbrushes are produced worldwide every year.
And 99% of these brushes are not biodegradable. Every single toothbrush you have ever used is still in existence; either in landfill or floating somewhere in the ocean.
Sustainability is important to UK consumers with 80% attempting to reduce their plastic waste and 46% feeling guilty about the amount of plastic they use.
*Capital at risk
"We believe that something you use every day that is designed not to last, is inherently unsustainable. That’s why at Tooth.Eco we’ve taken the time build a completely sustainable toothbrush."
Kiana Guyon, Co-Founder.
"We believe that something you use every day that is designed not to last, is inherently unsustainable. That’s why at Tooth.Eco we’ve taken the time build a completely sustainable toothbrush"
- Kiana Guyon, Co-Founder.
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