Instead of counting sheep when you try to fall asleep, try counting the number of toothbrushes you’ve had to throw away since you grew your teeth.
With the average age at 75 years old, humans go through approximately 300 pieces of toothbrush in one lifetime. Imagine where all of that goes? With zero biodegradable parts, a used toothbrush can only fill up the landfill or swim in the sea - unless you make the switch from plastic to bamboo. Hopefully soon, plant-based bristles will make their way here too. For now, this is a much better choice.