On contact with water, the silver covering the toothbrush’s base releases active ions that eliminate 99.9% of the bacteria commonly found on toothbrushes. This natural, self-sanitising process also prevents the growth of these bacteria. The unique, replaceable Silver Care Plus head snaps in and out, and the plastic handle is reusable.
Not intended for individuals requiring assistance brushing their teeth.
Not recommended for children under the age of 3.
According to research, the most common bacteria found on toothbrushes are the same ones that cause plaque, cavities, gingivitis and bad breath.
Use a Norwex Silver Care Toothbrush with a silver-covered base for natural and continuous antibacterial properties. As the bristles dry, the brush is sanitised!
Silver-covered bristle base with medium or soft bristles.
Available in four different colours.
Includes brush cover to prevent filaments from coming into contact with dust or with other brushes.
Comes with one replacement head and refills are available, reducing waste — just throw out the head, rather than the whole brush.
Antibacterial properties interrupt the survival of bacteria, viruses and fungi
Helps reduce bacteria by self-sanitising within hours
Flexible nylon bristles clean teeth gently and effectively
Gently curved handle provides non-slip grip
Replacement head extends the life of your toothbrush!
How to use
Wet the toothbrush, which immediately starts the antibacterial action. Then apply toothpaste or gel and brush teeth thoroughly.
Many dentists recommend the Bass technique when brushing — from down to up for the lower teeth, and from up to down for the upper teeth.
Thoroughly rinse the Silver Care Toothbrush after each use.
The brush is sanitised when the bristles have dried completely.
Use the handy cap to help reduce dust particles between brushing. It's also convenient for traveling or overnight stays.
Dentists recommend replacing toothbrush every three months, or as the bristles wear.
Not recommended for individuals requiring assistance brushing their teeth or children under the age of three.
Did you know?
The first “toothbrush” was created around 3000 BC. Ancient civilisations used a thin twig with a frayed edge to rub against their teeth for cleaning.
The first nylon bristle toothbrush was introduced in 1938, and people quickly became aware of practicing good oral hygiene.
Dentists recommend brushing for at least two minutes, twice a day.
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