New Toothbrushes on the Market

ToothBrushes have been around since the dawn of man. “Toothbrushing tools date back to 3500-3000 BC when the Babylonians and the Egyptians made a brush by fraying the end of a twig”. We moved on to a toothbrush made from boar bristles until 1938, when nylon bristles were introduced by Dupont de Nemoursconsists. The new standard became a plastic handle and nylon bristles attached to the head of the brush, which is still widely used today.By the 1990s, countless styles, brands and types of toothbrushes flooded the market.

If you have been in the market for a new toothbrush check out the most talked about toothbrushes on the shelves:


The Quip electric brush vibrates instead of spinning around like a traditional electric toothbrush, and pulses every 30 seconds telling you to change the part of your mouth you’re brushing. Quip is a Brooklyn, New York-based company that provides oral care products and dental services online. It delivers products by mail, including electric toothbrush replacement heads and toothpaste on a subscription basis every three months. Starting at $45 with toothbrush head refills at $5.


This company made a toothbrush with the Planet on their mind. Eco-friendly, sustainable toothbrushes have been flooding the market. Whether they’re compostable or recyclable-they are available. Boie set out to promote healthy oral hygiene and reduce the waste that comes with it by producing long-lasting, sanitary toothbrushes-and Boie USA was born. The Toothbrush is $10 and the replaceable head is $5. They are 100% recyclable, antimicrobial and BPA-Free.


The ISSA toothbrush is free of BPA and phthalates. It is made from nonporous silicone that resists bacteria buildup, making it at least 35 times more hygienic than regular toothbrushes, which can be home to millions of bacteria. The ultra-gentle silicone minimizes abrasion on teeth and gums, and is hypoallergenic. The trend of replaceable/changeable heads continue-ISSA Hybrid Replacement Brush Heads start at $19 and the entire toothbrush is $145.

Bamboo LLC

These sustainable toothbrushes are made from bamboo help to lessen the impact of throwing away old toothbrushes on our environment. You can buy a combo pack on Amazon. The bamboo toothbrush combo pack is the perfect solution for anyone who isn’t yet sure if they prefer nylon or charcoal-infused bristles. With soft and BPA-free nylon bristles in one brush and charcoal-activated bristles in the other, this option a simple way to get a high-quality clean and figure out which type of toothbrush is best for you. The toothbrushes are harvested from organically grown Moso bamboo and are cruelty-free and vegan. Only $14 for both brushes.

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