Plastic tubes of toothpaste are so yesterday. Toothpaste tablets are a low waste alternative to traditional toothpaste that whiten and strengthen your teeth, with less hassle and less waste. They're especially great for travel, since they won't fall under any 3oz restrictions.
Both fluoride and non-fluoride options are a refreshing minty flavor, leaving that straight-from-the-dentist clean feeling.
Each compostable packet contains 125 tabs, about a 2-month supply.
Microcrystalline Cellulose, Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda), Silica, Sodium Lauryl Glutamate, Magnesium Stearate, Mint or Cinnamon Essential Oil, Menthol, Xanthan Gum, Stevia, Citric Acid, Sodium Fluoride (fluoridated tabs only)
Pop a tablet into your mouth and crush it with your teeth until it becomes a paste. Brush and rinse as usual.
Packaging + End of Life
The tablets are packaged in a certified home compostable packet.
The optional storage jar is a clear glass jar with a white plastic lid that can be refilled endlessly.
The tablets are made in Germany and distributed through San Francisco, California.
The optional storage jars are sourced in Seattle, Washington.
Sustainably-Sourced Palm Oil
We ship ugly boxes
Our commitment to sustainability doesn't end when you press that checkout button.
We pack all of our orders in reused boxes and envelopes, with reused paper packaging, post-consumer recycled paper labels, and even paper tape.
You may not get an IG-worthy unboxing, but you will get the most sustainable packaging we can possibly find.
Oh and did we mention our shipping is always carbon negative?
Let's go to the real winner in my eyes. Honestly, I could have purchased this exact razor many other places, but the packaging A Drop in the Ocean uses to ship will have me coming back time and time gain.
My first purchase from them was some floss a while ago and it arrived in a reused tea box with a hand written note that was written on scrap paper. I was blown away.
I had never seen a company who claimed to be sustainable ACTUALLY prove to be sustainable through and through. The fact that every piece of the packaging was reused and minimal will have me come back over and over again. If I can purchase it here, I will purchase it here.
Love these! No more sqeezing tubes of toothpaste to theow in the garbage.The tablets are perfect and really great for travel. They are all I use now.
These toothpaste tablets are so convenient especially for camping and travel. Bring just what you need and save room for other items in your bag. The tablets are pleasant in the mouth and foam right up to leave your mouth fresh and clean.
Love this stuff
I had been looking for a zero waste toothpaste option with Fluoride for over a year and was so excited to see this come to the shop! It has a very pleasant and not overpowering mint flavor and it is VERY satisfying to bite :) my dentist asked me what I was doing because my teeth looked so healthy after using this for 6 months
Best Thing Ever!
I Love the toothpaste tablets! What a great idea...toothpaste tubes should have never been invented
Not as foamy as toothpaste from a tube but it works just as well.
We ship worldwide!
If you're in the Tacoma, Washington region, we probably deliver to your doorstep. Check out the Delivery FAQ below!
Shipping costs are determined by weight and travel distance, and automatically calculated at checkout.
If you're in the continental US, we offer free shipping for all orders over $75.
A Drop in the Ocean is an online zero waste and sustainable living boutique based out of Tacoma, Washington. We do not have a brick-and-mortar shop, but we do offer local delivery around the South Sound region, including refills of your household essentials.
We do all of our deliveries on Tuesdays. Orders must be placed by 5pm on Monday for guaranteed Tuesday delivery. At checkout, select the "Local Delivery" shipping option, and we'll add you to our route.
Note that we do have a $20 order minimum for delivery, and a $5 delivery fee for orders under $75
For full details on our delivery system, check out our Local Delivery page.