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- This product reduces reliance on plastic toothpaste tubes!
- Product comes in cardboard tube with bioplastic
- Ships in recycled content packaging
- Shipping packaging is recyclable
- Responsibly made in China
- Certified Cruelty-Free
- FDA Registered
- Sorbitol, Calcium Carbonate, Kaolin, Sodium Bicarbonate, Hydrated Silica, Sodium Lauroyl, Sarcosinate, Maltodextrin, Yeast, Sodium Monofluorophosphate, Magnesium Stearate, Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Menthol, Stevioside, Mentha Piperita Oil
- Travel-friendly, mess-free toothpaste tablets with fluoride
- Cruelty-free and vegan formula is dentist-approved
- Leaves teeth clean and healthy
- Ships same business day!
- Unused, undamaged products in their original product packaging may be returned within 30 days
- 60 tablets
- To use, bite and chew the tablet, then brush
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- Recycle shipping packaging
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We decided to try this as I can't find a plastic free toothpaste anywhere near me. The pros: works great, flavor is not too strong or weak, plastic free, this one has fluoride (which not too many similar brands do in my experience), works as intended. Cons: when you chew on the tablet some ends up getting stuck in teeth, tablets are slightly too big (we started using half a tablet per brush so it wasn't dripping out of our mouths lol), they are quite pricey to be a monthly purchase per person. I think they are great but I am still looking to try other plastic free toothpastes that are more cost effective.
I've been using these for a couple months now, I did have to use the non-fluoride version for a little bit when these were sold out and hard to get. After using other versions of tooth tabs these have to be my favorite. I love that the there is a minty flavor, they don't taste like baking soda and the mint flavor isn't over powering but is refreshing. The tab is a little larger than most tiny tabs and doesn't foam up which I really like. Due to this size they're not super hard and chalky which I love and I love the cardboard tube they come in. However, I live in a small apartment with a small bathroom which both become very humid during the summer and these did absorb some moisture which made them very soft. They still worked but the texture was not great and they did stick to each other, so I move them to a small jar that I have from one of the other tabs I've tried before. I love tooth tabs and how easy they are for traveling and I've tried a couple other versions but when I landed on these I didn't need to try any others. Highly recommend.
Here is what I found with these tabs. To be clear, my sensory issues and issues with the product have not allowed me to like these but I think there are very good things about them. First cons: when you chew them, like anything, they’ll get stuck in your teeth. Now to neutral statements they basically don’t froth at all so if you like that that’s a bonus. The flavor is very mild in the mouth but your teeth while feel physically clean. I personally want very strong flavor of mint after I brush but luckily many people don’t. If you want a less flavored, non-foam creating tooth paste, try this. The product works.
I bought a pack of both The Humble Co. and un-Paste's toothpaste tablets to compare them. The ones from The Humble Co. are about the size of an Altoid and feel that way also. They seem to be about 2x the size of the ones from un-Paste, which have a kind of smooth coating that makes them feel a bit easier for me to deal with in my mouth. The size difference makes these a bit more bulky to travel with. I love the recyclable packaging, although the top lid means that you should be careful when lifting the whole container. I don't plan on storing them in the cardboard, though, for fear of moisture getting in. Honestly, these worked fine—perhaps leaving less of the pleasingly sharp feeling I got from un-Paste's version. I'll be happy to use these, and I just hope the shelf life is decent!
I've tried a few different toothpaste tablets from various brands, some of which were very bitter or intense to my taste, but these have a nice fresh minty taste. Bonus, you can pack only as many as you need for a trip and save on space in your suitcase!