Ecobrite toothpaste tablets are a fantastic plastic-free zero-waste swap for tooth paste. It can be hard to find a plastic free toothpaste because most of them come in a plastic tube which cannot be recycled. But help is at hand if you want to cut down on plastic.
These toothpaste tablets come in a biodegradable pouch, which contains 180 tablets, which is enough to last one person 3 months.
Perhaps you’d like to try these before you commit to buying a large supply? Then we have just the thing – you can buy ten in an envelope for just £1 to see how you find them.
They have a pleasant and familiar mint flavour. You will find them perfect for travelling, and convenient for using at home.
Unlike some similar products on the market, these tablets contain fluoride. They will keep your teeth healthy and your dentist happy! They have been developed with a dentist, and comply with all necessary regulations.
Conventional toothpaste contains 50% water, to make it flow. This means it needs preservatives and stabilisers. The wonderful thing about tooth paste tablets is that they do not contain any water. The active ingredients are carried directly to the surface of your teeth.
We are thrilled that these are made just a few miles from Make it Wild HQ – so we collect them, in our electric vehicle, which is charged by our wind turbine and solar panels. And even better than that, Eco-living Solutions, who make this product have offset their carbon footprint through planting trees with Make it Wild. This makes these a truly carbon-neutral product!
180 in a pouch £11.50
10 in an envelope (trial size) £1
Directions for use: simply chew and the active ingredients will spread around the surfaces of your teeth. Brush as usual.
Made in Teesside, UK
Ingredients: sorbitol, calcium carbonate, kaolin, sodium bicarbonate, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, hydrated silica, maltodextrin, yeast extract, sodium monofluorophosphate, magnesium stearate, mentha arvensis leaf oil, menthol, steioside, mentha piperita oil, fluoride level 1450ppm F
Envelope: recycled paper