Miswak Club Uses Parts of a Tree to Promote Good Oral Hygiene

By: Laura McQuarrie - Mar 26, 2015
References: miswakclub & thedieline
Most toothbrushes are made from a lot of plastic that can't be recycled, but the Miswak Club offers a much more eco-friendly option for those looking to go green with their oral care routines. Instead of taking the form of a traditional toothbrush, the Miswak Club presents a piece of the Salvadora persica tree for brushing. These Miswak sticks are 100% organic and natural and form their own sort of bristles when chewed on.

In order to make these alternative toothbrushes appealing to a modern market, the Miswak Club packaged them in a bright red box and placed the two sticks inside individual carrying cases to keep them clean. Although many eco-friendly toothbrush businesses are offering their own takes on sustainability, sometimes nature knows best.