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Our plant-based toothpowder is sourced from the roots of the Salvadora Persica tree, also known as peelu or arak tree.
- 100% recyclable materials
- Sourced from the roots of the Salvadora Persica tree, also known as peelu or arak tree.
- Brushing your teeth with toothpowder is just as easy as using toothpaste. Wet your toothbrush. Dip it in the toothpowder. Brush as you normally would. Rinse well.
- This product ships directly from The Home Farm. Available to US customers only.
- Fluoride-free, herbal toothpowder.
- 100% Natural, Pesticide & Chemical Free, Vegan & Cruelty Free Supports healthy teeth and gums.
- Cleanses the mouth, nourishes gums, and leaves teeth feeling polished and the mouth feeling refreshed.
- Consistent use of our Natural Miswak Toothpowder will result in whiter teeth over-time. Safely cleans and acts as a teeth polisher removing coffee, tea, wine and cigarette/tobacco stains and improves gum health and freshens breath.
- Healthy dental alternative to teeth whitening pen, white strips, charcoal, gels, powder and strips. Suitable for adults and children.
This tastes terrible, and it doesn’t seem to clean well.
I get peoples negative reviews of this! my first use, I thought it tasted like a weird peanut butter dust. I put it down for a few weeks and tried it again actually liked the 'sawdusty' taste. I'm not a fan of regular foamy toothpaste so its nice that it doesn't get foamy. It also leaves my teeth feeling really clean. So definitely recommend if you don't like foamy!
I am sorry to say, we didn’t care for this product. The taste is unpleasant and the powder is messy and tends to get all over the counter. I am all for plastic free and natural, but this one didn’t work for us. Maybe a natural mint would help. The tablets from another source are better and they do have a pleasant fresh taste.
Sorry to hear you didn't enjoy the powder! If you are looking for something with a minty taste, we recommend our Davids Natural Toothpaste or Georganics Toothpowder with mint :)
I really want to get on the toothpowder or sustainable toothpaste bandwagon, I've already converted my other toiletries and home items. I decided to give this toothpowder a try and I love that it's made by a small farm... but it tastes like sand and sawdust, and feels gross in the mouth. I barely had it in my mouth for a minute before spitting it out and brushing my teeth with something more conventional. I think it could be a good choice for someone who's used to toothpaste tablets or powders already, who's ready to totally forgo the mint-clean feeling for an abrasive-baking-soda-clean feeling. And for $18?? It's non-returnable... and I'm having major buyer's remorse.