Toothpaste Tablets

toothpaste tablets

Toothpaste tablets are the future of oral hygiene. They're made without water, which makes them easier to transport and reduces their overall carbon footprint. In terms of sustainability, they're a better option than regular toothpaste.

They're usually packaged in recyclable or reusable materials, which is good for the environment, especially considering how many billions of plastic toothpaste tubes are discarded each year. And don't worry about your teeth feeling dry because most of these tablets are made from natural ingredients.

If you care about sustainability and want to have a better oral hygiene routine, then toothpaste tablets are for you! These natural oral care products will take care of all your dental needs while being environmentally friendly and easy to transport. It doesn't get any better than that!

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Georganics Toothpaste Tablets 120 tablets
£8.95
Fluoride Toothpaste Tablets Mint
£8.95   £6.71
Mint Toothpaste Tablets Fluoride Free - Pack 100
£8.95   £6.71
Truthbrush - Fluoride Truthtabs - Wild Mint
£4.50  -  £10.00
Denttabs Kids Toothpaste Tablets
£5.95   £4.46
Denttabs Toothpaste Tablets
£5.95   £4.46
Toothpaste Tablets - Orange
£5.75   £4.31
Toothpaste Tablets - Raspberry
£5.75   £4.31
Toothpaste Tablets in Compostable Bag
£5.50   £4.13
Toothpaste Tablets in a Tin
£3.00   £2.25
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toothpaste tabletsPlastic Free Toothpaste Tablets

Tired of using up plastic toothpaste tubes? Say no more! With toothpaste tablets, you’ll never have to worry about your dental routine or feel guilty about discarding plastic tubes that cause plastic pollution.

Plus these zero waste toothpastes are made from natural ingredients and flavours that taste really good. Most of these dental care products use sustainable alternative ingredients like baking soda or sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, xantham gum and many more. Sodium bicarbonate is one of the most common ingredients in natural toothpaste.

Regular toothpastes contain many chemicals and substances like magnesium stearate and sodium lauryl sulfate or SLS that are considered toxic and dangerous.

Toothpaste pills or tablets also come in eco-friendly and plastic free packagings like a cardboard box and reusable containers like glass jars and tin cans which further reduce your carbon footprint.

You can also choose tablets that have fluoride or are completely sodium fluoride free. Fluoride free version of these tables is pretty popular so there are a lot of them on the market.

Zero Waste Toothpaste Tablets For Healthy Teeth And Gums

We know that we're not supposed to eat toothpaste, but what if you could chew it? Yes! These innovative plastic-free tablets contain a natural mint flavour and have been proven by dentists as effective substitutes to conventional store brand toothpastes.

Plastic free toothpaste tablets are a revolutionary way of preventing cavities and bad breath. Free from plastic, these eco-friendly pills come in an easy to carry container that can be used for up to 120 days without any drying out or running dry unlike normal tubes.

The toothpaste tablets are the newest breakthrough in oral hygiene. No more squeezing out of a tube or having to use plastic that gets thrown away! These all-natural, plant based concoctions have been shown time and again to be better for you

Our selection includes brands like ecoLiving, Truthpaste and Ben & Anna. You can use them to effectively protect your teeth and gums from harmful chemicals! Make plastic free toothbrush tablets part of your natural dental care routine.

The Problem with Toothpaste Tubes

Toothpaste is a common household item that people use every day, but not many know about the process and ingredients it takes to make toothpaste. The manufacturing of commercial toothpastes usually consists of layers of aluminium and plastic which makes separation difficult for recycling plants. And as a result, ends up in landfill where they take hundreds of years to break down. That's because, without the right equipment, these tubes take hundreds upon hundreds of years to break down!

What Are Toothpaste Tablets?

Toothpaste tablets are a convenient way to bring your toothpaste with you. They’re are manufactured by pressing a toothpaste mixture made without water into a pill-like form. Simply pop one tablet into your mouth and chew it, allowing saliva or water to help break down the tablet before brushing teeth.

 

Can You Swallow Toothpaste Tablets?

Depending on the manufacturer, you can buy toothpaste tablets with fluoride or completely fluoride-free. Some toothpaste tablets are safe to swallow while others aren’t. So make sure you read the label, ingredients list and warnings to get more information from the manufacturer before attempting to swallow your toothpaste tablets.

Why use Toothpaste Tablets?

Plastic free toothpaste has changed dramatically, with natural mint flavour once you have wet these toothpaste tablets they are just the same as normal toothpaste. The toothpaste tablet can either be a fluoride free toothpaste or can contain fluoride, the choice is yours. These mouthwash tablets and toothbrush tablets are perfect for use with a regular wet toothbrush or soft bristled toothbrush, either a bamboo toothbrush or an electric toothbrush, whichever you prefer!

People are finally starting to take care of the planet. And that’s a good thing. They’re realizing that they can no longer continue their unsustainable behaviours and still be taken seriously as a society that cares about its future generations.

We’ve found an easy way to reduce the waste in my home; swapping out our toothpaste tube for these eco-friendly tablets. We don’t have to worry about wasting money or polluting our environment with this new purchase!

One of the easiest ways to help our planet is to simply slightly change the way we brush our teeth. And by switching from regular toothpaste to these new toothpaste tablets. Most of the packs give you a months supply of tablets and are all vegan friendly.

Due to their small size, they’re considered no-fuss and travel friendly toothpaste! Whether you’re going around the world or to work for lunch, slip them in your bag before you go and get ready with a happy smile on any adventure!

How Do Toothpaste Tablets Work?

If you haven’t used a toothpaste table before and wondering how they work, don’t worry about it. They work similar to the usual toothpaste but without toxic chemicals and substances that can irritate the mouth. Most of them are made out of sustainable ingredients that are 100% natural, vegan, and cruelty-free. These natural ingredients work together to keep your those pearly whites sparkling and your breath fresh.

With toothpaste tablets, you can be confident that your teeth are getting the clean they need. The tablet also becomes a paste which allows it to reach the roots of your teeth better than other types of toothpaste would. This means not only is there less plaque build-up on our gums but healthier ones! If you're feeling adventurous then just pop one in and start brushing away - easy as pie!

With Fluoride or Without Fluoride?

Fluoride is a controversial topic in dentistry, as you may have heard. There are many different opinions on whether or not it should be used and the risk of harmful side effects. Some holistic dentists will advise against using sodium fluoride because they feel that the naturally occurring component can cause developmental neurotoxicity in large doses which would then lead to cavities with higher likelihoods from low levels than those who use this chemical product regularly.

However, there are also dental groups claiming that fluoridated water has both harmless impacts and prevents tooth decay when following appropriate practices such as brushing teeth twice a day (especially before bed).

Many dental groups claim that fluoride's harmless nature makes it necessary for avoiding tooth decay and cavities with fewer side effects than other treatments like fillings or root canals.

If you are unsure whether to choose an oral care product that contains fluoride or something that doesn’t, we highly recommended consulting your dentist about it.