Unpaste Zero Waste Toothpaste Tablets WITH FLUORIDE
Comes in a certified compostable packet with 125 tablets.
- Gently polishes your teeth leaving fewer places for bacteria to attach and reducing the formation of plaque and tartar.
- Less abrasive than most toothpaste but leaves you with a just-after-the-dentist feeling.
- Contains no preservatives, SLS, sodium saccharin, artificial colors, aluminum, or nanoparticles – nothing extra to be absorbed in your mouth.
BDIH is a non-profit trade organization of over 400 companies, based in Germany, which certifies natural cosmetic products according to strict guidelines. An independent agency tests products for their ingredients and production methods and only products that meet these high standards are certified.
UNPASTE tablets will polish your teeth effectively, and work best with a very soft toothbrush.
Vegan and cruelty-free
UNPASTE tablets have no animal ingredients and have never been tested on animals.
Ingredients: everything you need and nothing you don’t
facilitates UNPASTE’s ultra-smooth polishing action, even cleaning and polishing in the interdental spaces. Debris simply beads up on the tooth surface and plaque growth is inhibited.
Sodium bicarbonate (Baking Soda)
adjusts the pH of the citric acid.
serves as a cleaning agent and helps to remove any soft plaque.
Amisoft (Sodium Lauryl Glutamate)
is a natural, mild, eco-friendly surfactant. Sodium lauryl glutamate should not be confused with monosodium glutamate (MSG), used in the food industry. UNPASTE tablets are MSG-free and gluten-free.
is a compound commonly used in tablet manufacturing.
Natural Mint Flavor from essential oil
gives UNPASTE its breath-freshening power.
helps freshen breath and adds a brisk, cool sensation to brushing.
is a natural thickener for the tablets, helping them break down smoothly in the mouth.
is a natural sweetener, derived from the leaf of the stevia plant, which does not promote tooth decay.
stimulates the flow of saliva in the mouth. This increase in saliva accelerates the remineralization of tooth surfaces.