Denttabs Toothpaste Tablets are the perfect switch from toothpaste in a tube. They clean your teeth just as efficiently without the plastic tube and nasty chemicals of “regular” toothpaste. They have the right amount of fluoride that is absolutely safe and still keeps your teeth protected from cavities. Simply chew one and then brush! It couldn’t be easier. The Denttabs are zero-waste, vegan, and cruelty-free. They are also SLS free and great for sensitive gums.
5 Things to Love about Toothpaste Tablets:
- They have cavity-fighting fluoride that is guaranteed to keep your teeth strong and healthy.
- The tablets are packaged in zero-waste biodegradable envelopes. With Denttabs, there is no plastic usage!
- They have fewer chemicals unlike those in plastic tubes. Moreover, regular toothpaste has potentially harmful chemicals. This can be worse for people with sensitive teeth and gums. Denttabs’ main active ingredient is fluoride, which is totally safe for kids and adults. It helps prevent tooth decay as well while keeping your breath fresh. The tablets are SLS-free and good for sensitive gums.
- Our toothpaste tablets are practical, save space, and on-the-go. Perfect for travellers, especially for nature-loving adventurers!
- Get your money’s worth. You’ve probably experienced squeezing out the leftover gel in your regular toothpaste… and you keep on squeezing until your thumb hurts. Well, here’s the good news: there’s no more squeezing with our chewable toothpaste. Just chew and brush, as simple as that.
Ingredients: Microfine cellulose (Microcrystalline Cellulose), Sodium fluoride, Amisoft (Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate), Stevia (Stevioside), Silica (silica), Natural (mint) aroma, Sodium bicarbonate, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), Magnesium Stearate, Menthol, Xanthan gum, Eugenol.
What’s wrong with my regular toothpaste? Toothpaste comes in a tube, which is difficult to recycle. Most tubes go straight to landfill. In fact, we send millions of plastic and aluminium tubes to landfills per year. It also takes hundreds of years for plastics to decompose. Furthermore, converting chemical to aluminium is too energy-consuming.