Mint Toothpaste Tabs
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125 count / $0.07 each count
Tiny tabs are the future. Vegan, fluoride-free, and sugar-free, these toothpaste tablets gently polish your teeth for a just-left-the-dentist feeling. No need for tubes or liquids—these tabs were made for travel.
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If Willy Wonka traded in candy for a career in dentistry, he might have come up with these toothpaste tablets. A zero-waste replacement for conventional toothpaste, these tabs polish your teeth while tackling plaque and tartar like a champ. The result is a less abrasive clean compared to most toothpastes, without sacrificing that minty fresh feeling. And without additives like sodium saccharin, artificial colors, or nanoparticles, you don’t absorb anything extra via your mouth. This little compostable bag holds enough tabs to last you 2 months.
- Carbon Minimal
- Renewable Energy
- Zero Waste Product
Good news! The packaging is industrially compostable. Find a facility near you at www.findacomposter.com.
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low carbon footprint
How it does good
Keeping tabs on better brushing
Every year, an estimated 400 million toothpaste tubes are discarded in the U.S., and at least 1.5 billion on a global scale. And with most of them made out of plastic, those tubes need 500 years to degrade. Unpaste wants to change that with their zero-waste toothpaste tablets. They replace potential waste generated by conventional toothpaste, and unlike plastic tubes, they're packaged in compostable packets that can also break down in your backyard.
Unpaste tablets never use animal ingredients, and are never tested on animals. They also contain no preservatives, SLS, sodium saccharin, artificial colors, aluminum, or nanoparticles.Learn More
Unpaste makes their packaging with paper and biofilm made from lactic acid, a naturally occurring compound found in food. Thanks to this material, it’s certified industrially compostable.Learn More
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About the Brand
The story of Unpaste starts with two friends who met in Germany and went on to transform the way people brush their teeth. Founded by Lin Adler and Patrick Graham, Unpaste is bringing you zero-waste toothpaste tabs in 100% compostable packaging. Made without water, these tabs polish your teeth, helping to reduce the formation of plaque and tartar, and contain no preservatives, SLS, or artificial colors.Shop Brand
How to use
Chew until tablet is soft and smooth. Brush as you would with regular toothpaste. Rinse and enjoy that smooth, polished feeling. For best results, use with a soft bristle toothbrush.
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Plastic Free Toothpaste
This product is a good option for reducing plastic. I use it in the evening and I use traditional toothpaste in the morning. The reason I do not use it exclusively is because it is not quite as good at cleaning my teeth as the baking soda toothpaste I have been using. Cutting my toothpaste plastic in half is better than nothing.
Plastic Free Toothpaste
I am a big plasticphobe so when I saw these non-fluoride tooth tabs, I thought I'd give them a try. They don't clean my teeth as well as the toothpaste with baking soda that I currently use. My teeth don't feel as smooth after brushing. I'm not sure if using two tabs at a time would make a difference, but it would be very expensive. Now I am brushing with toothpaste once a day and the tooth tabs once a day. I haven't made a decision yet as to whether I will order again.
Lovely lingering minty freshness! Will purchase again!
Effective. But a little too small.
The tabs were easy to chew, especially using the molars and delightfully minty, but a little too small. I have been using 2 at a time.