So, toothtabs are great. We all know that.
So minty and fresh and tingly.
Hold on. They’re very, very minty. Too minty for my kids.
“Oh no!! Won’t somebody think of the children?!”
Yes, we will. All the smashing goodness of regular toothtabs, but strawberry flavour. Fabuliscious or something.
So, no plastic tubes, happy children and shiny teeth.
I call that a win.
Toothtab blurb (if you are new to such things):
Toothpaste, it’s a thing. We all want to clean our teeth, but toothpaste is bulky stuff.
Big bulky toothpaste stuff coming in huge plastic tubes with half of it being water. It’s just generally inefficient and poop.
Also, it is full of germ inhibitors and other associated bluergh (I think that is the scientific term).
What’s that? You would like an alternative? Certainly.
Tiny little tablets with minimal ingredients in a smashing little tin, or in glassine (greaseproof paper) bags for the refills.
These amazing little things work to help polish your teeth, making them smoother and healthier.
Smoother teeth not only look shiny and bright, they are harder to grip, giving plaque and tartar less places to live.
Smoother teeth no longer have stained residue on them so they can become whiter.
You won’t ever put too much toothpaste on the brush again, nor squirt it in the sink.
You can take these on holiday, on planes, on trains …
There is less going into the tabs which means less being washed away each time. All the gloop you get rid off when you rinse. (Less to drop on your cravat, tie, scarf, kid’s head?)
Free of preservatives, germ-inhibiting substances, binders. Contain neither aluminium nor nanoparticles.
Simpler, cleaner cleaning.
We can find no better tablet on any level.
Just pop one in your mouth and chew until it feels smooth, then brush your teeth (ideally with a softer brush).
Ingredients : Microcrystalline Cellulose Sodium Bicarbonate, Silica, Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate, Magnesium Stearate Aroma, Menthol, Xanthan gum, Stevioside, Citric Acid, Eugenol.
Made by DENTTABS GmbH, Gerichtstr. 12-13, 13347 Berlin, Germany