Denttabs Plastic Free Toothpaste Tablets with Flouride


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Denttabs Plastic Free Toothpaste with Flouride  – Toothpaste Tablets

DENTTABS are such an easy and effective alternative to conventional toothpaste which traditionally comes in unrecyclable tubes.

DENTTABS don’t contain water and therefore need no preserving chemicals.  Did you know that normal toothpaste in tubes is 50% water with many added chemical ingredients for stabilising and preserving?

DENTTABS’ mission is to provide the best dental care using the fewest chemicals.  They are proudly free from

  • preservatives
  • germ-inhibiting substances
  • binders
  • aluminium
  • nanoparticles
  • gluten

Choose from :

1 months supply = approx 60 tablets
2 months supply = approx 120 tablets or
3 months supply = approx 180 tablets

The tablets will be supplied in a small brown envelope but you can also purchase them with a handy reusable aluminium tin (holds up to 360 tablets) to store them in an make sure they stay dry in the bathroom.


Microfine cellulose (Microcrystalline Cellulose), Sodium fluoride, Amisoft (Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate, Stevia (Stevioside), Silica (silica), Natural (mint) aroma, Sodium bicarbonate, Citric acid, Magnesium Stearate, Menthol, Xanthan gum, Eugenol.

Made in Germany.

Instructions for Use:

Each tablet contains 0,145% (=1.450ppm) of fluoride (the same amount as in a commercial tube per use) .Chew one tablet until a paste is formed then use your toothbrush as normal to polish your teeth clean. No hard scrubbing necessary. Use a soft toothbrush and gently polish your teeth.


Additional information


1 month (60 tablets) refill, 1 month (60 tablets) with aluminium storage tin, 2 month (120 tablets) refill, 2 months (120 tablets) with aluminium storage tin, 3 month (180 tablets) refill, 3 months (180 tablets) with aluminium storage tin, Empty Aluminium Storage Tin (capacity 360 tablets)


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