What Makes It Mighty?
- tooth tabs polish, clean, fight plaque, & leave mouth fresh
- glass jar sits stylishly on countertop & is a perfect travel container
- supports a waste-free oral care routine, no plastic tubes
UnPaste Tooth Tablets are a zero-waste, natural alternative to standard toothpaste. The easy-to-use tablets are simply chewed into a paste before brushing. UnPaste gently but effectively polishes teeth, leaving fewer places for bacteria to attach and reducing the formation of plaque and tartar.
This bundle comes with a handy straight-sided glass jar with metal lid for storing your UnPaste tabs. Attractive enough to keep on your bathroom countertop and easily to tuck into a dopp kit or cosmetic bag for on-the-go.
Choose Your Tooth Tabs -- Original Mint with or without Fluoride, or Cinnamon with or without Fluoride
Size: 125 tablets (two months' worth) and 2 oz capacity jar (2.2” diameter x 1.9” high)
Jar Materials: Glass and Metal with FDA Compliant, BPA-Free Plastisol Cap Liner
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Chew one tablet until it’s soft and smooth. Brush as you would with any conventional toothpaste. Caution — do not swallow/not for use by children under 4. Safe for dentures, partials, or bridges.
Super cute, very mint taste and easy to use. Perfect small container to keep in
These are essentially silicates, baking soda, natural mint, and (optionally) fluoride. Getting used to the taste took a few uses. The mint is very mild, but enough to leave my mouth feeling fresh. These seem quite effective. I showed them to my dentist, and he approved the ones containing fluoride.
They are premeasured and have no waste, especially so if you compost the bag. There's no struggle to get the last bits out of the tube, and no guilt about tubes in landfills, either.
I like the convenience of these, as well. Two months' worth takes up very little counter space in my bathroom. If we travel, a cleaned lip balm pot is adequate to carry enough for the trip. If they spill, they don't make a mess or ruin anything.
Downsides: They are dry, as expected when the point is eliminating the tube. If it becomes a problem, take a sip of water (very small, less than a half teaspoon), and that should resolve it. They are more expensive than toothpaste. However, I feel that the benefits outweigh the cost for my household.
I love this! I'm really picky about the products I use on my teeth but this is awesome and it being a more sustainable product makes me just a bit happier when I brush.
It takes a bit of getting used to because it is dry so make sure you take a sip of water before you brush. Not super minty and doesn't taste sweet.
I got these in my monthly Mighty Fix subscription and frankly, I was not too impressed. Tooth tablets...what the heck? But, I am always willing to try almost anything once and I am a complete convert! I love the way my teeth feel after I brush with the tablets...it's like I've just come back from getting my teeth cleaned at the dentist! They take a bit of getting used to a far as chewing them up to get the right consistency, but I'm talking about a day or two, then you are good to go. I also have noticed that my teeth look whiter than they ever have with any of the 'whitening' kinds of toothpaste. I am sold and just ordered some for my husband!
I received these in my Mighty Fix and have been pleasantly surprised. The mint is not overpowering like some toothpastes and it wasn’t as weird as I thought it would be chewing on the tablets to get them started. We’ll see what the dentist thinks in a couple of months, but so far so good!
I felt like I was chewing a tab of baking soda.
The tablet is pretty hard to chew and the taste of it is really strong. Once you've chewed on the tablet and started brushing your teeth you're not getting enough foam to clean your teeth. The after taste is really strong and unpleasant.
I have now tried several tooth paste bites. The Unpaste have been the worst ones I have tried. They do not become a paste. They simply disintegrate into crumbles rather than a paste. I was deeply disappointed in these toothpaste tablets. I would not recommend them.
They are nothing like toothpaste so I suppose I shouldn't be that surprised, based on its name, but I am. When you bite down on one, they crumble and never really form any sort of usable product. The moment you open your mouth, the crumbled bits tumble out of your mouth and into the sink. They don't taste like much and don't leave my mouth feeling clean. Terrible! I would not recommend.
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