Fed up with trying to find a truly ‘natural’ toothpaste in sustainably sourced packaging to travel with? UK-based Georganics makes Natural Toothtablets, naturally foaming toothpaste tablets with Cream of Tartar that are gently flavoured with organic spearmint, peppermint, tea tree or orange oil and come in a recyclable glass jar, aluminum lid and compostable box. The 120 tablets will last 1 person 8 weeks if they’re used twice a day.
Not all ‘natural’ toothpastes are what they claim to be. Many still use synthetic ingredients like SLS, hydrated silica and fluoride – toxins that we end up ingesting. Natural Toothtablets are free from all synthetic ingredients including glycerin, and still feel like a clean and refreshing way of brushing your teeth. The products are PETA-certified cruelty-free and vegan too.
Georganics is one of the few companies around that promote zero-waste practice in oral care. In many countries of the world, including the UK, plastic toothbrushes, bristles and empty toothpaste tubes cannot be disposed in regular recycling, so Georganics use compostable and recyclable packaging, and have set up a ZTL scheme allowing you to send back any Georganics products and components that cannot be recycled at home.
To avoid unnecessary transportation and reduce emissions, Georganics also make all their toothpastes and mouthwashes on their own premises in Sussex, England, and source all their materials from local suppliers.
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