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Denttabs - 1 month (20g)

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*** 20g is approximately 1 month ***

 

When was the last time you recycled a toothpaste tube? It may be that you never have. What a design flaw!

As well as our fluoride free mineral range of toothpaste we now have Denttabs with fluoride available in 1, 3 and 6 month supplies. These little disk of mintiness are unconventional at first but they are revolutionary. You simply pop one in your mouth, give it a chew until it forms a paste (use a little bit of water to help if you need it) and get to cleaning those pearly whites of yours. For younger users, soften the Denttab by placing it on a wet toothbrush and letting it dissolve before use. 

Why do we like them?

  • NO MORE TOOTHPASTE TUBES! We sell Denttabs in envelopes salvaged by Cambridge Scrap Store or use your own container to be refilled again and again.
  • Less water is used to make them than conventional toothpaste
  • The carbon footprint from the manufacturer is offset (carbon neutral shipping)
  • Denttabs are minty fresh and not too dissimilar to conventional toothpaste. Perfect for anyone that doesn't get along with mineral toothpastes.
  • They are not a liquid so are great for travelling
  • Cruelty-free and vegan

 

***Denttabs are not recommended for anyone under the age of 3.***

***Denttabs could be mistaken for mints so please keep them away from children.***

Ingredients

Microfine cellulose (Microcrystalline Cellulose), Sodium fluoride, Amisoft (Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate, Stevia (Stevioside), Silica (silica), Natural (mint) aroma, Sodium bicarbonate, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), Magnesium Stearate, Menthol, Xanthan gum, Eugenol.

Made in Germany

Fluoride

Fluoride per tablet is 1,450ppm = 0,15%.

Average toothpastes contain 1,350-1,500ppm of fluoride, a range which Denttabs fall intoDenttabs also have a low abrasion value, approx 35 RDA.

For more information about fluoride visit - https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/fluoride/