Review and Giveaway: Preserve Adult Toothbrush Subscriptions and Mail-Back Packs

I'm always glad to see when a product is recycled or recyclable, but I get most excited about companies who think through the entire life cycle of a product from manufacturing to disposal.  Preserve products are made of recycled and recyclable #5 plastic.  They take their recycling a step further, offering their toothbrushes in mail-back packs and providing collection boxes for #5 plastic in many Whole Foods stores.  I was excited to have the opportunity to review their toothbrushes to see if the performance would meet my high expectations.

Pros:
  • Handle made from 100% recycled plastic (bristles are new nylon)
  • Available in mail-back package for easy recycling
  • Offered as a subscription program to improve oral health
  • Come in an assortment of colors and bristle types
  • Affordable ($2.99 for a single brush)
  • Good all-purpose toothbrush
Cons:
  • Bristles are slightly firmer than the description
Summary:
Preserve's toothbrushes are close to traditional brushes, with durable bristles and a curved handle.  It was easy to brush and reach my back teeth.  I love the innovations regarding a subscription program, the mail-back packaging, and #5 plastic collection boxes.  If a soft toothbrush is preferred, I recommend trying the Ultra Soft bristle type.  I would love to see Preserve expand into replaceable head toothbrushes in the future.

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