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Primal Life Organics Charcoal Infused Bamboo Toothbrush -- 1 Toothbrush

Primal Life Organics Charcoal Infused Bamboo Toothbrush
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Primal Life Organics Charcoal Infused Bamboo Toothbrush Description

  • Soft Charcoal Infused Bristles
  • Naturally Help:
    • Remove Plaque
    • Reduce Stains
    • Eliminate Bad Breath
  • Sustainable
  • BPA Free
  • Recyclable

Did you know that your toothbrush is just as important as the toothpaste you use?


Regular, plastic toothbrushes are not only bad for the environment, but they can’t detoxify your mouth the way our charcoal-infused bamboo toothbrush can. Activated charcoal binds to acidic components from things like sugar, coffee, tea, and wine and works to remove plaque-causing bacteria and stains, leaving your teeth white and mouth super clean.


Don’t let the soft bristles fool you! They work to effectively scrub plaque and bacteria from your teeth and gums without causing bleeding and gum loss which overly firm plastic toothbrushes commonly cause.


Oh, did we mention the bamboo handle is biodegradable and eco-friendly? Super cool and stylish!


Your Experience:

  • Clean, white teeth
  • Pain-free, clean gums
  • Happy dentist visits
  • An elevated tooth-brushing experience!

Why Bamboo?

100% Bamboo Sustainable. BPA Free. Recyclable.


More than a billion plastic toothbrushes are thrown away each year - resulting in more plastic in the ocean, harming sea life, and poisoning our food supply.


Primal Life Organics Charcoal Toothbrushes are eco-conscious, and zero waste - even the box is recyclable!


Regenerative and sustainable, bamboo grows super-fast, over a yard per day. That's over 3 feet every single day!


And that’s not all, bamboo works great as a toothbrush because it naturally repels water and doesn't splinter.


Up-cycling ideas for the bamboo handle include garden markers and stirring sticks.


Now, why would you use anything but bamboo? Primal Life Organics charcoal ion toothbrush is the smart choice for environmentally and hygiene-conscious men, women, and children.




Wet brush with cold water. Shake off excess water. Dip in Dirty Mouth Toothpowder or apply Dirty Mouth Toothpaste. Brush teeth (from side to side) for two minutes. Rinse. Wipe dry, and store in an upright position out of water. Smile!


Bristles are soft and infused with charcoal. Please brush lightly your first few uses. The negative ions in the charcoal absorb surface toxins and clean the gum tissue. You may experience tender gums for the first few uses.


Bamboo is a natural substance and it expands with moisture.  It is normal for a few bristles to come loose or fall out with the first 2-3 uses.  Once your brush had adapted to your home environment, you should not lose any more bristles.

  • Bamboo is a natural substance and will expand with hot water/temperatures. Please only use with cool/cold water
  • Store upright and out of water.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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What is 'Sustainable Packaging'? You Might be Surprised by What Qualifies.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If you’re a fan of sustainable packaging, you’re in good company. In a 2023 survey by consulting giant McKinsey & Co., roughly two-thirds of U.S. consumers said sustainable packaging was at least somewhat important when making a purchase. Furthermore, about half of consumers indicated they were willing to pay more for sustainable packaging, although most committed to paying only a small premium. But what exactly is sustainable packaging, why is it important and how can you embrace it?

Back View of Woman Shopping for Products with Sustainable Packaging in Zero-Waste Store

What is sustainable packaging?

Compostable packaging company Tipa defines sustainable packaging as any kind of environmentally friendly material used to wrap, store, ship or shelve products. This includes aluminum soup cans, plastic beverage bottles and cardboard shipping boxes. Sustainable packaging includes recyclable materials, such as PET (polyethylene terephthalate) or HDPE (high-density polyethylene) plastic, as well as cardboard and paper wrappings, according to Tipa. These materials, if correctly sorted for recycling, can be shredded, pulped or melted down and remolded as raw material for new packaging or other purposes. Although Tipa’s explanation is pretty clear, there’s some confusion among U.S. consumers about what constitutes sustainable packaging, the McKinsey survey shows. At least 70% of consumers questioned by McKinsey correctly cited two types of packaging as being extremely or very sustainable: compostable packaging and package-based packaging. However, fewer than 30% of consumers mentioned two varieties of packaging — a hybrid of plastic, paper and aluminum foil, along with aluminum foil wraps — as being extremely or very sustainable. Yet all of those materials can be sustainable, particularly aluminum foil.

Why is sustainable packaging important?

Simply put, sustainable packaging benefits the environment. ADEC ESG Solutions, a company that helps businesses achieve sustainability goals, explains that conventional packaging depletes natural resources. Meanwhile, sustainable package demands fewer natural resources. “It’s no secret that our environment is under immense pressure due to the side effects of human activity,” says Southwest Journal, a Minnesota-based online magazine. “From global warming to plastic pollution, there are many problems that need to be addressed, and sustainable packaging has become a hot topic in the fight against environmental degradation.” Among other benefits, sustainable packaging can curb the amount of waste dumped in landfills, reduce carbon emissions, cut down on air pollution and decrease water pollution.

What are companies doing to promote sustainable packaging?

Companies large and small are leading efforts to promote sustainable packaging. Examples include:
  • E-commerce behemoth Amazon says it replaced nearly 70% of its mixed-material bubble mailers with recyclable paper-padded mailers in 2021. “Amazon customers want right-sized, recyclable packaging that minimizes waste and ensures damage-free delivery,” the company says.
  • Coca-Cola says that in 2022, an equivalent of 61% of bottles and cans it produced were collected and refilled or collected for recycling. The beverage company aims to collect and recycle one bottle or can for each one it sells by 2030.
  • Food and beverage company Nestlé says that in 2022, nearly 86% of its packaging was recyclable or reusable, and 36% of its packaging was made from recycled or renewable materials.

What can you do to promote sustainable packaging?

The McKinsey survey shows 43 percent of U.S. consumers consider environmental impact an extremely or very important characteristic of packaging when they make purchases. Are you among them? Whether you are or not, here are 10 steps you can take to support sustainable packaging:
  1. Bump up your commitment to recycling. According to data provider Statista, the U.S. recycled 68% of paper but only 5% to 6% of plastic in 2021.
  2. Shop for grocery items sold in containers made of sustainable materials.
  3. Seek out restaurants that use sustainable containers for to-go orders.
  4. Try to combine several items into a single online order to lessen the reliance on packaging.
  5. Purchase items in bulk and in refillable containers.
  6. Drink tap water instead of single-use bottled water.
  7. Consider containers made of plastic or aluminum rather than glass. A surprising study released in 2020 found that glass actually harms the environment more than plastic. How is that so? Because glass is mined from rare materials, according to the EcoWatch website, and requires morefossil fuels to produce and ship.
  8. Limit your use of plastic. Plastic makes up 80% of ocean debris, says the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
  9. Exchange aluminum, plastic bags or plastic wrap for reusable containers when you’re storing leftover food.
  10. Drink coffee or tea in washable mugs rather than paper-based beverage cups.
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