60 or 240 chewable fluoride toothpaste tablets in a cardboard box with no water and zero plastic, these are perfect for hand luggage, travel and every day use. Directions for Use: Place one tablet in the front of your mouth, chew it until there are no bits and then brush with a wetted brush as normal. Spit it out as you normally would, but do not rinse your mouth out, leave a coating on your teeth to remineralise them. Simplicity is one reason we like these! The tablets are used by people all over the world for their everyday toothpaste and by holiday makers, intrepid travellers, explorers and even academic expeditions. Our toothpaste tablet packs were on the world’s first, long-haul, single-use plastic free flight with Etihad Airways: https://youtu.be/AMYuvI_Ibuw
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A perfectly sized compact little tin that holds 60 of our toothpaste tablets for ease of transport and to keep them dry in particularly damp environments. Toothpaste tablets are available to purchase separately. The What? This tin holds 60 of our fluoride toothpaste tablets, so you can travel with them easily, with this holding 15 days of tooth cleaning goodness for two people (perfect for holidays). It’s also conveniently compact measuring only 60mm x 47mm x 12mm so takes up very little room in your suitcase/washbag. Made of tin plate, which is 100% recyclable our tin is very widely and easily recycled. It is also continuously recyclable, which means it recycles into something of equal quality time and time again, unlike plastic. The Why? Quite apart from the beautiful alliteration, it holds 60 of our fluoride toothpaste tablets to keep them dry in wetroom bathrooms, make them easy to transport or travel with. When we were working on the packaging for the toothpaste tablets, we considered a tin, but that would have meant a lot of metal to be made and recycled and it seemed wasteful. So we put them in a cardboard box, which is cheaper and easy to recycle or compost. By selling the tin separately we can keep the cost of the fluoride toothpaste tablets down, but still offer something to make travelling easier and in a material that is easy to recycle at the end of its life.