*The Humble Co. Dental Products Review

 *I received these products for free but the opinions are my own.

The Humble Co. was established in 2013 and is based in Sweden. This company was founded by a dentist to design and develop eco-friendly dental products which offer an alternative to the regular plastic products that most of us use. Based on this I was so happy to try these products out. Every Humble purchase goes towards funding projects for the benefit of children in need. You can read more about the companies philosophy here.
The Humble Co

The Humble brush* has a handle made from 100% biodegradable, sustainably-grown bamboo (the fastest growing plant on earth). Bamboo is also naturally antibacterial which means that there is no need to use fertilisers or pesticides during its cultivation. The Humble brush comes with 1 handle and 3 easily removable brush heads. The box is made from recycled materials, and the individual wrappers on each product inside the box are made from paper and are compostable.  The products are also certified vegan and cruelty-free. The bristles are not stiff and harsh and do a nice clean on my teeth. You can buy this brush at Boots for £10.

The Humble Interdental Brushes* come in different sizes.  I tried out the size 2 - 0.5mm. Unlike regular interdental brushes the Humble interdental brush has a handle made from the same 100% biodegradable, sustainably grown bamboo as the brush above with the same benefits. The BPA-free little brushes are great for removing the small food particles between your teeth that the the big brushes can't reach. The pack contains 8 brushes and costs £3.99 at Holland & Barrett.

Finally, I tried the natural toothpaste tablets*, which is a product that I have never tried before. They are fresh mint flavoured with fluoride and there are 60 tablets in each resealable pack. These tablets offer a convenient and sustainable alternative to toothpaste and without the need for water they can be used anywhere, festivals, traveling, camping etc. Simply bite, chew, brush and spit after brushing. What could be simpler.  I could only find the fluoride free version on Boots which cost £6 for 60 tablets.

This humble brand is definitely one I can get behind as I love the philosophy of the company and the products that it makes.  These are definitely products I will keep using and will take with me on holidays.



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