Change Toothpaste Tablets - Spearmint
Change Toothpaste Tablets - Spearmint

Change Toothpaste Tablets - Spearmint

Regular price
$9.95
Sale price
$9.95

TOOTHPASTE TABLETS

65 toothpaste tablets in a 100% compostable pouch, with zero plastic, these are perfect for every day use, airplane travel, and camping.

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A zero waste, natural, vegan, and nut, soy, and gluten safe toothpaste alternative in tablet form. Change Toothpaste was developed as an answer to the plastic pollution the world is facing. If you travel, these tablets are perfect for carry on luggage in airplanes, they are 100% dry and won’t hold you up at security. Take as many tablets as you wish in your compostable pouch to ensure you won’t run out during your vacation or business trip. Long haul flights are no problem, take them and brush on the plane!

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The tablets are made in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, by Change Toothpaste. 

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100% Compostable pouch, breaks down within 12 months.

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Directions:

Place one tablet in your mouth, chew it until there aren’t any big bits, wet your toothbrush and brush as normal. Adults and children 2 years and older: brush your teeth thoroughly after meals or at least twice a day or use as directed by a dentist. Do not swallow. To minimize swallowing, use a single tablet for children under 6. Supervise children’s brushing until good habits are established. Children under the age of 2 years, ask a dentist.

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Ingredients:

Erythritol, Xylitol, *Spearmint Flavour, Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Bioterge AS90, Magnesium Stearate (Vegan/Végétalienne), Silicon Dioxide, Sodium Bicarbonate, Menthol, *Spearmint Leaf

*natural ingredient

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Toothpaste tubes are made of plastic and often more than 11 layers of plastics, polymers and resins which makes them extremely difficult to recycle. It is estimated that more than 900 million toothpaste tubes are thrown out every year world-wide. It will take more than 500 years for tubes to break down, and it is likely the very first plastic toothpaste tube ever made is still sitting in landfill.