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.
Pop a tablet into your mouth and crush it with your teeth until it becomes a paste. Brush and rinse as usual.
Microcrystalline Cellulose, Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda), Silica, Sodium Lauryl Glutamate, Magnesium Stearate, Mint Essential Oil, Menthol, Xanthan Gum, Stevia, Citric Acid, Sodium Fluoride (fluoridated tabs only)
The tablets are packaged in a certified compostable packet.
The optional storage jar is a clear glass jar with a white plastic lid.
The tablets are made in Germany and distributed through San Francisco, California.
The optional storage jars are sourced in Seattle, Washington.
End of Life
The refill packet can be composted, and the storage jar can be refilled endlessly.
Sustainably-sourced palm oil
I was SOOO happy to finally find toothpaste tabs with fluoride. They have been working great, super minty fresh feeling afterwards. There is not as much ..."suds?" as with the pastes but I definitely feel like my mouth is clean. The true test will be what my dentist says, HA.
These took me a moment to get used to! I kept wanting to eat them when I bite down haha. But after using these for a couple of weeks now I really like them. They don’t get as sudsy as regular tooth paste, but they definitely leave your teeth feeling clean and breath fresh! The little bottle is small too so doesn’t take up too much space or anything in your drawer. I always was notorious for forgetting to put the cap back on the toothpaste and it getting everywhere so that problem is eliminated too! I would definitely recommend trying these, just be prepared that it might be a tiny bit of an adjustment :)