The cool guy in the room, this dapper tube of peppermint toothpaste steals hearts and fights plaque. Winning trait? He's non-toxic.
Davids is committed to using high quality ingredients sourced from within the US. Their cruelty-free toothpastes are made with only naturally derived ingredients and the aluminum tubes are recyclable.
Why we love it
Who doesn't love waking up to a minty fresh feeling? And made with only safe ingredients like natural peppermint oil, this is the peppermint toothpaste you've been looking for and deserve. The best part? Every tube of this stuff comes with the key to your heart. Literally. Gone are the days of furiously squeezing out your money's worth of toothpaste. Davids sends you a metal tube key roller to help you get every last drop.
How it does good
Goodlooking toothpaste that looks out for the planet
Every year, about 1.5 billion tubes of toothpaste end up in US landfills. Davids wants to change that. Beyond just a handsome metal tube, Davids packaging maintains maximum freshness while also being completely recyclable. And the greatness goes more than skin deep. Their formula is free of fluoride, sulfate, and other harsh, artificial ingredients found in other toothpastes. The result? Toothpaste that’s naturally sweet (not too sweet), naturally flavored, and naturally preserved. And as a member of Leaping Bunny, none of their products are tested on animals.
responsible sourcingDavids is committed to sourcing the highest possible amount of premium ingredients of domestic origin (98% from USA, 2% from Japan). As a member of Leaping Bunny, Davids does not partake in any animal testing during product development.
low carbon footprintDavids sources domestically, helping to reduce carbon emissions that would have otherwise been higher from transporting goods from overseas.
supporting key causesDavids sends monetary and product donations to the Environmental Working Group (EWG).
recyclable packagingUnlike traditional toothpaste tubes, Davids’ aluminum tubes and keys are curbside recyclable (although the cap should be sent to TerraCycle). The paperboard box comes from forests protected and managed by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).