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50 count / $0.11 each count
Floss like a boss with these compostable picks made from corn starch. And the terrazzo-esque packaging makes it a cute addition to a two part housewarming gift.
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Gently guide the floss pick between teeth as you would with regular floss.
The outer box is curbside recyclable. The picks are industrially compostable, but first remove and throw away the nylon floss.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
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Started by a registered dental hygienist, PANGA combines science-based facts with a love for the planet in their eco-friendly oral care.
With over 10 years of experience in the dental world, founder Ingrid Adeogun has seen the vast amounts of plastic waste firsthand—plastic toothbrushes, floss, and other aids that end up in landfills, oceans, and waterways. PANGA stands apart with bamboo toothbrushes, compostable floss, and other eco-friendly products that are effective, safe for your mouth, and the planet.
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What People Are Saying
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Love the concept but wish they were sturdier. I try to be very gentle when I floss but pieces still chip off between my teeth.
Compostable Floss Picks
After searching far and wide for compostable floss picks, I finally found them!! The first time I used them, the floss part snapped it half, but I’ve since learned how to distribute pressure and weight on the pick to last one while flossing. The “pick tip” (not sure what else to call it) is thin and tends to chip off while I floss. These are minor hiccups that I can work with, given my love of floss picks and desire to use a compostable product. Overall, I’d recommend!
Yikes! If I could give zero stars I would. They break SO easily! Like the pick part and the floss part. I bought two boxes thinking I would love them, but I’ll have to throw them out since they don’t even work.
Great idea but 90% of them has snapped on me after just using on a couple of teeth. The brand needs to figure out how to strengthen them... maybe would purchase if they come out with a new version. Super sad because it's a great idea, just poorly executed
I was excited to get these dental floss/picks. Unfortunately I’ve found that the picks break very easily. I have had the tips of the pich break off between my teeth and then I am concerned about removing a small sharp object from my mouth without swallowing it. The whole pick itself has broken while I have been flossing my teeth. I love the idea of these but I am disappointed in how they function.