The Waterpik is the most nature friendly method of flossing over string floss. The Waterpik is also 50% more effective in removing floss than string floss. There is a model of the Waterpik that flosses and brushes at the same time.
To use tooth picks from certified wood, I would say! Maybe that there is some natural floos like hennep strings, should be good to I think
Don’t worry about the environmental impact of your flossing. That is likely the least impactful thing you do. This is coming from an environmental scientist.
A water flosser is a really good option but expensive. If you can't afford that a lot of eco stores have plant based floss or biodegradable floss.
- Have you noticed any difference when you started flossing regularly?
- How do you creatively remember to floss?
- How much time would you say it usually takes you to floss?
- Do you find using floss thread makes flossing harder?
- Do you use a separate piece of floss for top and bottom teeth?
- Does it matter how many times I use floss a day?
- What is flossing correcy way or meyjods?
- Does minty floss have more chemicals than regular?
- Do you know the best method for flossing your tooth?
- How do I stay motivated to floss late at night?