Jack n Jill Biodegradable Toothbrush is our top recommendation for your baby toothbrush
Jack n Jill Biodegradable Toothbrush is our top recommendation for your baby toothbrush at Nature’s Child. The full range is explained below so you can choose carefully. We suggest you get one of each now as each child is different and can be ready for a different brush at any age. The below ages and styles are a guideline only. Always use your own best judgement as a parent.
The Jack & Jill Toothbrush System for Kids Explained
Start with silicon as this is softer on the gums
- STAGE 1 Silicone Finger Brush 2 Pkt 6 – 18 months
- STAGE 2 Silicone Shield Brush 1 Pkt 1 – 3 yrs
- STAGE 3 Tooth and Gum Brush 2 Pkt 2 – 5 yrs
Baby Toothbrush with nylons bristles and characters can be selected from 3yrs or earlier if you feel your toddler is ready. We recommend a matching Rinse cup so you can teach your child great habits from day one. A cup not only keeps the toothbrush handy and organised, you can teach your child to rinse and spit as well as brush. We actually found out kids preferred the rinse and spit to brushing! Which was fine, it got food out of their teeth and was a great lifetime habit that we set up with them. Eventually they started brushing!
- Jack and Jill Bunny Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Jack and Jill Dinosaur Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Jack and Jill Koala Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
- Jack and Jill Hippo Brush and Matching Rinse Cup
The last stage in the Jack N Jill kids toothbrushes system is the Electric Buzzy Brush. If you are not sure when you will be past the baby toothbrush phase, just know that your child needs to be old enough to understand this cannot be thrown in water and must be turned on and off after use. See full details about this & other eco toothbrush products in the baby toothbrush & kids toothbrush range here.
Disposal Instructions for your baby biodegradable toothbrush:
1. Break off baby toothbrush head.
2. Discard thoughtfully – this is an eco toothbrush! Check with local recycling programs if suitable (Nylon is recyclable).
3. Place the rest of the toothbrush into your compost.
Your Jack & Jill eco toothbrush typically it takes 90 days to break down in a commercial compost. You have made the right choice – any way you dispose of this, you can be sure that these Jack ‘N Jill toothbrushes will not be land-fill for millions of years to come – unlike many toothbrushes in use today.