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Refill heads x3 iceberg green

Refill heads x3 iceberg green

Regular price €15,90 EUR
Regular price Sale price €15,90 EUR
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ocean blue      vert iceberg validé      rouge corail

Features
  • Developed with dental experts
  • 8x less plastic
  • Combination of 2 bristles for effective brushing
  • Replaceable brush made from recycled plastic
  • Contributes to the reduction of ocean-bound plastic
  • Dishwasher safe 
  • Designed and manufactured in Switzerland
Don't forget to choose from our 3 toothbrush bristle types!


interdental filaments  gingival filaments  recycled plastic ocean bound plastic  dishwasher safe  Swiss Made 
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Delivery from April 23rd, 2024

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Your Berninox refill contains

  • 3 toothbrush heads in recycled plastic

Advice on use and care

Before each brushing session, make sure the head is properly clipped on. Regularly wash the head and handle separately. To ensure incomporable hygiene, your Berninox toothbrush handle has been designed to be dishwasher safe (max wash cycle 70°C).
For efficient brushing, the FDI (World Dental Federation) recommends replacing your toothbrush head every 3 months.
This product is not suitable for people under the age of 14 or those who need help brushing their teeth.

When should I change my Berninox toothbrush head?

As a general rule, the FDI (World Dental Federation) recommends replacing your toothbrush every 3 months. However, the life of a toothbrush also depends on your brushing habits: if you are a more vigorous user, the bristles will wear out more quickly. When they start to bend, brushing becomes less effective, so it is advisable to replace your toothbrush at this point. With your Berninox you keep the handle and only replace your toothbrush head. Washing your toothbrush regularly will help maintain good dental hygiene but will not increase the life of your Berninox toothbrush head.

How do I replace my Berninox toothbrush head?

Hold the handle firmly with one hand and pull hard on the head in a straight motion with the other hand.

What should I do with my used toothbrush heads?

A toothbrush head is extremely complicated to recycle. It requires the different materials that forms it to separate; in particular the metal clips that hold the bristles together. In addition, collecting used heads also has a significant CO2 impact due to the transport involved. We therefore recommend that you dispose of your Berninox toothbrush heads in your household waste. They will be incinerated and used to produce energy. At the moment, this is the best recycling solution available with the lowest carbon impact.

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High-end bristles

Berninox bristles are made from recycled material (rPBT) from PET bottles (56%). We chose these bristles because they are both soft and resistant, unlike their alternative made from castor oil, which wears out prematurely. An outer crown of medical-grade elastomer bristles provides extra softness, ideal for sensitive gums, and helps reduce stains on your tooth enamel.
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100% recycled plastic

With our Swiss partner #tide ocean material®, we are participating in a circular economy by collecting ocean-bound plastics (OBP) of South-East Asia. Using a process developed by #tide and the University of Rapperswil, the plastics are washed and recycled to produce the Berninox toothbrush heads.
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