A pioneer in sustainable consumables, Preserve offers a range of high-quality, well-designed everyday products from toothbrushes and razors to kitchenware. Founder Eric started the company in the '90s because a lot of people had started recycling—but pretty much no one was making stuff out of recycled materials. All products are made from 100% recycled materials, and we love the toothbrushes!
Introducing the POPi Toothbrush: Made with love and recycled ocean plastic
We are proud to introduce the POPi Toothbrush -- made from recycled ocean plastic recovered through the clean up efforts of our partners.
25% of the proceeds of POPi products sold will be donated to non-profits that work to clean up oceans and beaches, support marine conservation and research plastic pollution.
When you buy a POPi Toothbrush, you are playing a role in stopping the flow of wayward plastic that contaminates our oceans and harms earth's marine animals.
Please note that the POPi Toothbrush is available for pre-order now and it will ship in the fall. If your Cart includes additional items, you will receive those items first and you will receive your POPi Toothbrush in a separate shipment later this fall.
- Made with LOVE and recycled ocean plastic
- Handle created with recycled #2 HDPE ocean plastic, recovered through the clean up efforts of our partners; bristles are new nylon
- Easy-to-grip curved handle
- Tiered bristles for gentle, thorough cleaning
- Available in Soft Bristles only
- POPi Toothbrushes are recyclable through Preserve's mail-in recycling program
- Please note: Because of the donation component of POPi products, they are not discounted during sales.
The 5 Gyres Institute is a nonprofit organization based in Los Angeles, with a global network of supporters united in the pursuit of a planet free of plastic pollution. 5 Gyres mission is to empower action against the global health crisis of plastic pollution through science, education, and adventure.
Renew Oceans is a nonprofit organization working to reduce ocean plastic pollution where it begins - in populous river adjacent communities in the world. They divert plastic waste with biofences in rivers across the developing world, and renew these plastics into fuels while empowering local communities.