The Science of BrushSpa

THE SCIENCE BEHIND BRUSHSPA

Strep is On Your Toothbrush!

Studies have shown that in healthy individuals, toothbrushes become contaminated within 2 weeks with sufficient types of germs.

E.Coli Thrives on Brushes

Every time you flush, bacteria are released into the air – and you don't want that bacteria to get on your toothbrush. Gross!

Alzheimer's Linked to Brushing

Porphyromonas Gingivalis is a bacteria linked as a driver of Alzheimer's making oral hygiene a top priority for us all.

“Poor dental health and gum disease may be linked to Alzheimer's and dementia..."

University of Central Lancashire School of Medicine and Dentistry - WebMD

BrushSpa Sanitizes and Safely Stores Your Brush.

Your Brush Now


If you normally just wash your brush with water, then this is what the bacteria and germs on your brush will look like.  Gross and filthy!

Soaked in Mouthwash


Soaking your brush to clean it is a myth. The bacteria and germs remain on your brush and chance for mildew growth increases.

UV "Cleaners"


UV Brush cleaners fail to disinfect your brush without a powerful enough lamp - not something available to general consumers.

With BrushSpa


BrushSpa eliminates 99% of bacteria and germs in just 30 min. Continued use will improve your health and oral hygiene.


Leaving your brush exposed guarantees it will become infected with unwanted germs and bacteria.

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