My funky toothbrush

Dear Mummy, we’re always on the hunt for unusual and innovative products and stumbled on this little toothbrush set from Isabel Boyle.

Isobel Boyle Toothbrush

We found it in the Beauty & the Bib store in London and decided to give it a try.

It was beautifully packaged and came in a little gift bag and boxed. The branding and colours are simple but effective and it looks like a smart gift.

Isobel Boyle Toothbrush

The children’s toothbrush set is designed for 3-12 year olds and has 3 interchangeable toothbrush heads and a base unit to slot them into which has been designed to be gripped easily by little ones hands. The bristles are Dupont 612 Nylon soft bristle (diameter 0.10mm) and are perfect for little ones teeth and gums. The toothbrushes are shaped out of  environmental ABS plastic and meet with UK safety standards.

Isobel Boyle Toothbrush

The handle feels very tactile and smooth and what’s different from this children’s toothbrush set is that the base unit is weighted so the toothbrush will never fall over and always remain upright. Now that’s cool.

I love the way it wibble wobbles and I try with all my might to knock it over but it always spring back to the upright position.

The colour is a deep magenta pink and it’s a great shade they also do blue as well and it’s a great bargain at £12.

Isobel Boyle Toothbrush

It would make a beautiful gift for a child at Christmas, both stylish and practical.

You can find Isabel Boyles freestanding children’s toothbrushes on Not On The High Street too!

Love Bella x

Family Fever



5 thoughts on “My funky toothbrush

  1. It looks like a very good design. My toddler is not keen on brushing his teeth, so I’m looking out for something more exciting for him to encourage brushing 🙂

  2. This is a lovely idea, I especially like the design for little ones hands.
    Thanks for sharing 🙂 x #TriedTested

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