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2 count / $6.94 each count
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- BIPOC Owned
- Women Owned
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Plastic Minimal
- Recyclable Packaging
- TerraCycle Packaging
- Community & Economic Development
The cardboard box is curbside recyclable or home compostable. The paper wax bag is home compostable. After flossing, throw away the bamboo floss for now.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
Oral care without the chemicals
Fluoride is known to help protect against cavities, which is why most convential toothpastes contain it. But too much fluoride is known to cause dental fluorosis and chalky spots on teeth. That's why the founders of Lucky Teeth created an organic toothpaste free from fluoride, with no preservatives or weird ingredients that are hard to pronounce. Their oral products are made from wholesome ingredients that have been around for centuries, used by our ancestors as medicine, all designed to nourish your teeth and keep your smile sparkly clean.
Lucky Teeth sources cruelty-free and non-GMO ingredients. They often use organic oils in their products, like organic tea tree oil and organic peppermint oil.Learn More
supporting key causes
The team at Lucky Teeth travels to meet different indigenous communities in South America. Their goal is to find a way to get the efforts of these communities recognized, and inspire others to use what they produce.Learn More
Lucky Teeth uses recyclable and compostable materials for both their products and their packaging.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Lucky Teeth prioritizes zero waste practices by creating products that are refillable, recyclable, and plastic-free versions of bathroom staples.Learn More
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About the Brand
When the founders of Lucky Teeth learned about the potential downsides to fluoride, they began their search for an alternative toothpaste. That's when they found out about the benefits of activated charcoal, and many experiments later, Lucky Teeth was born. The team at Lucky Teeth believes that dental products shouldn't just clean our teeth, they should nourish them too. That's why their line of oral care products are crafted with nature's best ingredients to care for your smile.Shop Brand
How to use
This bamboo floss is recommended for people with tight teeth (and big smiles).