People in Middle East, Pakistan and India often prefer old-fashioned way to brush their teeth. They use Miswak
, a stick made of Salvadora persica tree that cleans teeth even better than a toothbrush. Traditionally, you need to bite off the top of the stick, which exposes natural bristles that work similar to the toothbrush
Leen Sadder, a design student at The School of Visual Arts
decided to give the traditional Miswak stick a new modern look.
She called her natural toothbrush THIS
and in order to promote the idea of this twig she decided to create a suitable package for it. Many people would not welcome the idea of biting the stick to clean their teeth. So the graduate student designed a cigar-cutter-like cap to make this job for you.
Keep in mind that THIS toothbrush
is eco-friendly: natural and biodegradable
and works just as well or even better than traditional toothbrush.
May 10, 2016 03:58 PM » posted by: Best Miswak
Miswaak is a one kind of brush. Every day people need to brush there teeth. Some of them use plistic brush and some of them use Miskak.
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May 25, 2011 08:31 PM » posted by: Torn
It was dark when I woke. This is a ray of snuhsine.
May 25, 2011 05:41 PM » posted by: Cyelii
Thanks for sraihng. Always good to find a real expert.