Bamboo remarkable properties as a material created a wide range of possibilities for its use. It has the potential to answer the necessity for a sustained development, social equity, increased quality of life and environment improvement.
The growth of the world’s population has upward pressure to the environment and decreased the quantity and quality of the forest resources. This has led to a growing interest in other natural plant resources such as bamboo. Bamboo is considered a valuable non-polluting and renewable resource.
Nowadays, sustainable development is a necessity, not an option. Bamboo can be used abundantly and it can replace several materials necessary for manufacturing various products due to its quick-growing and has a natural environment regenerator.
Bamboo is the plant with highest daily growth rate in the world. Today, its record is set in Japan, where a bamboo has grown 121 cm within 24h!
Bamboo charcoal has several healing properties and it is used for different purposes, such as immersion baths. Bamboo leaves are used for tea with multiple benefits.
Bamboo is the plant with the highest concentration of silica in the planet; this strengthens calcium effect in bone-building and strong teeth. Gums also benefit from the nutrients in bamboo, becoming stronger and healthier.
Bamboo is a robust plant that produces its own antibacterial components, growing without the need for pesticides. Its porous fibres are able to produce breathable fabrics as soft as silk.
Today, there are more than 4000 possible uses for bamboo and every day more ways to use it are being discovered and put into practice. Recent studies have shown that bamboo can be fermented into alcohol (ethanol) and therefore used as fuel.
Bamboo can regenerate after being cut and it can live to a hundred years, with proper treatment it is a material to last for generations. It is a renewable, low-cost, versatile raw material, highly used in environmental conservation.
Traditional toothbrushes produce tons of residues every year, causing a gigantic environmental impact; Babu are the only real alternative to traditional plastic toothbrushes and to help solve this problem.
Unlike traditional plastic toothbrushes which take more than 400 years to decompose, bamboo is completely biodegradable! So, you will be using an environment friendly toothbrush made from a natural product.
Bamboo is a natural antibacterial which prevents the proliferation of harmful bacteria. The lack of porosity makes this material less prone to contamination by fungus and bacteria and better for a healthier oral hygiene.
Babu brushes are designed to perfectly adjust to your hand and mouth. The handling is to be perfect while brushing and for that you can choose three possible sizes: average, small and kids.
Babu bristles were specially designed to offer the best brushing experience. Babu protect your teeth and gums, leaving them clean and healthy.
Little things made by many create great impact! By using Babu you will benefit from a better brushing experience while being a part of great changes. With Babu you are preparing a better future for coming generations.