Disposable plastics are wreaking havoc on the environment, especially in our oceans and water ways. Ten years ago, Jack N’Jill pioneered the use of corn starch in the toothbrush handles. Corn starch is a plant derived material which is compostable and biodegradable. Jack N’ Jill doubled down on their commitment to the environment and designed a completely plastic free and biodegradable package, including the transparent “blister”.
Adorable characters. Your kids will love using these brushes so it’s a WIN WIN!
- Don’t forget to replace your toothbrush every 6-8 weeks!
- Don’t forget to replace toothbrush after illness (germs can remain on toothbrush – yuck!)
- Sterilize often – about once a week, we recommend that you immerse the toothbrush head into 10% hydrogen peroxide (widely available from pharmacies). Leave for 10 minutes then rinse with water and allow to air dry. Your child’s toothbrush will stay cleaner and last longer.