A TOOTHBRUSH THAT’S ACTUALLY
NOAA Marine Debris Program, CC BY 2.0
TAKING OUT THE TRASH.While straws get a lot of the publicity for ocean flotsam, discarded toothbrushes are possibly an even bigger environmental impactor. Intended to be disposable, toothbrushes are used for a few months and then discarded; living out centuries in landfills (as a best case scenario). Most of us also don’t replace our toothbrushes as much as we should, leading to a plethora of hygienic issues.
So, we designed a toothbrush that’s actually hygienic.
Nada — like magic.
Incredibly convenient. Impossibly clean. Zero plastic waste.
Made for life, not landfill
Ditch the disposable. Switch to Nada—an aluminum handle you keep, and toothbrush heads they recycle.
Clean teeth start with a clean toothbrush
Nada rinses clean, lays flat and won’t roll over. Hello clean teeth, so long bathroom yuckies.
Less shopping, more smiling
Cross toothbrush off your list—forever. Nada delivers fresh brush heads every year and reminds you to replace them every 3 months.