«Ricine» toothbrushes - LiebWerk
- Made in Switzerland (Toggenburg)
- FSC beech wood (Switzerland)
- Bristles made of nylon based on castor oil
- Medium hard bristles
A Swiss toothbrush which is practically made by us around the corner. More precisely in the St. Gallen Toggenburg.
The wood comes from Swiss beech and is FSC certified. The handle is covered with carnauba wax and therefore vegan.
The bristles are made of castor oil-based nylon and are free of petroleum. The bristles are rounded and therefore protect the gums and teeth.
The toothbrushes adorn three motifs, which embody different parts of our world: the deciduous tree stands for mild climate, the coniferous tree for the northern climate and the palm tree for the tropical areas.
The toothbrush should be changed after about 2 months of use.
Disposal: Break off the head and dispose of with household waste. The handle can be composted.
Cardboard box, recyclable.
LiebWerk is a young Swiss company that has toothbrushes made in Switzerland with a lot of love and professionalism. They attach great importance to local raw materials and production and keep their CO2 emissions as low as possible.
Alem, Lars and Letizia are behind Liebwerk. They want to help free our world from plastic waste.
They donate a part of their income to the WWF rainforest project.