Have you tried toothpaste tablets? They sound like they would be difficult to use at first and a big leap from regular toothpaste, but we think if you tried them you would love them as much as us!

Not only are you saving plastic – most toothpaste is packaged in non-recyclable plastic tubes – but they also don’t contain any harmful ingredients so they’re kinder to you as well as the environment. All of our toothpaste tablets are packaged in either glass jars with aluminium lids, reusable tins or compostable packets.

They’re naturally foaming and free from preservatives. They’re also really easy to use and better to travel with – no worries about your toothpaste exploding all over you case here!

Shop our dental care collection…

Foaming Toothpaste Tablets with Fluoride (1 month supply)

Bamboo Toothbrush & Holder

Eco-Friendly Sonic Toothbrush

Eco-Friendly Sonic Toothbrush Set


3 comments


  • Alison Round

    It would be useful to know how these are used before buying!


  • Dawn Smith

    I have sensitive teeth. When a toothpaste tablet is made for sensitive teeth I will buy some.


  • penny porter

    You don’t explain how to use the toothpaste tablets.Do you just put them directly onto the brush?


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