Beauty, Lifestyle, Natural, vegan

Review: The Natural Family Co Toothpaste and Biodegradable Toothbrush

You guys might remover the other week I posted about Jack n’ Jill kids products which my kids really like, well as it turns out, the team behind the brand have actually launched a new range of products by The Natural Family Co*, so the whole family can now enjoy their range.

I have been using the Original Natural Toothpaste* with the Biodegradable Toothbrush* for the last few weeks.

The natural toothpaste is suitable for use from ages 2 years, I have found that the toothpaste has a very light fresh minty taste to it, my almost 3 year old was happy to give it a go and according to him, it wasn’t too spicy.

I would agree with him as I didn’t find it hugely overpowering, just nice and refreshing.

The toothbrush has soft bristles and is available with or without the cute little stand. As we know we should be replacing our toothbrushes every few months, the typical plastic toothbrushes end up as landfill and do not breakdown, when you think about it thats a lot of plastic being thrown out and thats only a small item.

I really like that these toothbrushes are biodegradable, they are made from non-GMO cornstarch. The Natural Family Co say to break the nylon brush head off, and you can compost the handle, it takes approximately 12 months to break down, (or 90 days if in a commercial compost)

If your interested in finding out more, The Natural Family Co website is here

* Product/s kindly provided for consideration, these are my own and honest opinions.

Have you ever considered switching to a biodegradable toothbrush?

1 thought on “Review: The Natural Family Co Toothpaste and Biodegradable Toothbrush”

  1. Sadly, until they make electric toothbrushes biodegradable I won’t be. My mouth just doesn’t feel as clean otherwise. I guess luckily, the quality is good and the brushes last years and years- I have had mine for 8 years already. Sadly the changeable heads aren’t biodegradable. Once those are invented, I am s o l d.
    Great post 🙂


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