It's World Oral Health Day, And Toothpaste Is Out. Here’s What’s In

It's World Oral Health Day, And Toothpaste Is Out. Here’s What’s In

If World Oral Health Day has prompted you to start thinking what you can do to improve your smile, you might be interested and slightly shocked to hear that one option for a healthier mouth is to ditch toothpaste altogether. The Good Company has created toothpaste tablets containing natural teeth cleaning and whitening ingredients as an eco-friendly alternative to toothpaste from a plastic tube. And shoppers claim the Native Rivermint Toothpaste Tablets are more effective at removing plaque, whitening teeth and giving them a brighter smile than regular drug store bought toothpaste, due to the concentration of powerful natural ingredients they contain. ‘My teeth feel 100% clean, it’s amazing,’ raved one excited customer. ‘They also feel stronger and less sensitive. My breath is minty fresh and the bonus is that there is no plastic waste.’ Ingredients in the Rivermint Toothpaste Tablets include sodium bicarbonate to prevent tooth decay and cavities, calcium carbonate to polish and strengthen teeth and xylitol to inhibit bacteria growth. And the Good Company also offer Mint Charcoal Toothpaste Tablets, with charcoal working to lift surface stains and toxins and re-mineralize enamel, leaving you with a whiter, brighter smile! With a 3-month supply costing less than $3 a week, improving your teeth while making better planet-friendly choices is not only affordable, it's less than a cup of coffee! Simply pop one toothpaste tablet in your mouth, chew it up completely, and then begin brushing with a wet toothbrush to make your tooth tabs foam up into a paste. Brush for two minutes as normal, then spit. Swap your plastic brush for one of the Good Company’s strong bamboo toothbrushes and you’ll feel that it’s buttery soft inside your mouth but stronger than steel at getting to work on plaque and bacteria inside your mouth. Tablets mean there’s no struggle to squeeze out the last of the toothpaste in the tube and there’s a lot less waste as it’s simple to finish every last tablet in the pack. If you like brushing your teeth on the go, it’s more convenient to pop a toothpaste tablet into your purse than a toothpaste tube for a post-lunch freshen up. Even the packaging benefits the environment as the sealed pouch can be disposed of in your garden or compost and it will degrade and provide nutrients to the soil. And a further benefit is the sleek compact tablets from The Good Company are more pleasing on the eye than an ugly toothpaste tube so you can create an at-home spa-like experience in your bathroom without any plastic tubes. ‘I am loving not having a grubby toothpaste tube on my sink,’ praised another shopper. ‘They keep my mouth fresh all day and my teeth look super clean.’ Shop toothpaste tablets at www.choosegood.com.au
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