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Toothpaste Tablets

Your Saliva
Is Acidic

your saliva is acidic

Use Our Products
Twice Per day

brush and water floss twice per day

Your Saliva
Becomes Alkaline

alkaline saliva

Is Charcoal Toothpaste Safe?

is charcoal toothpaste safe

Charcoal whitening is a very popular way to quickly whiten teeth, but is it enamel safe? Dental professionals say it is not. Charcoal's particle size creates etching of the enamel, which will create increased future staining. Any product that whitens your teeth with harsh abrasion will result in loss of enamel and may create sensitivity. Enamel loss is permanent. Here is a link to a recent article in Today's RDH. Here is another informative article about charcoal toothpaste.

The Chewable Toothpaste Tablet That Is Enamel Safe

Gentle on your teeth. Gentle on the planet.

We Use The Safest Ingredients Available In Our Toothpaste Tablets



Non-GMO Xylitol. Xylitol is a natural 5 carbon sweetener that starves harmful bacteria and nourishes your beneficial bacteria.

toothpaste tablets xylitol


Natural Flavors

All of our flavors are natural extracts. We don't use flavor oils, like Peppermint Oil, because it is an antimicrobial.

natural flavor


Saponaria Extract

The safest foaming agent we have found. It is a carefully refined ingredient from sustainably harvested quillay trees. Used in many foamy drinks like root beer

sls free toothpaste


Calcium Stearate

Calcium Stearate is used to insure tablet consistency.

bite toothpaste


Calcium Phosphate

We use the highest quality Calcium Phosphate so it has low abrasion. Calcium Phosphate when combined with Xylitol helps remineralize your enamel.

remineralizing toothpaste



We use the highest grade of Stevia available. A small amount of Stevia is added as a flavor enhancer. Stevia is also a 5 carbon sweetener.

zero waste toothpaste tablets stevia

Our Products Are Simple With No Unnecessary Ingredients

We do not recommend whitening teeth with abrasion. Over time your enamel may be damaged and become so thin that your dentin, which is yellow, begins to show through. Whitening strips are the non-abrasive method to whiten your teeth. Baking soda is a low abrasion option. It has a very low RDA rating of 7 on a scale of 0 to 250.