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Georganics

Natural Toothpaste Tablets Activated Charcoal

  • €11,95
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These Natural Toothtablets from Georganics tablets are the perfect alternative to plastic toothpaste tubes! Take a tablet, chew it and start brushing. You will instantly see how the foam is generated and you brush your teeth as you have always done. This model has a mint flavour and contains 120 tablets, for two months of use brushing your teeth twice a day. There are also available cardboard bags with 720 tablets, for refilling your jar with tablets for a whole year.

The Georganics Natural Toothtablets Activated Charcoal do not have fluoride, nor SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) nor glycerine. Its ingredients are the following: Sodium Bicarbonate, Tartaric Acid, Citric Acid, Calcium Carbonate, Kaolin, Adosonia Gregoril, Charcoal Powder, Mentha Piperita Oil, Sodium Benzoate and Limonene.

Take a tablet into your mouth and chew it. Start brushing your teeth with your toothbrush and let the magic happen. You will generate foam and will be able to brush your teeth as you always have done.

These tablets are the perfect alternative to many of the toothpastes that are presented in plastic tubes that end up contaminating our planet.

The tablets are packed inside a glass jar, closed with a metal lid. The jar is then found inside a fully recyclable cardboard box.

Georganics is a British company with a very clear purpose, make safe and effective products that are good both, for the people and the planet. They design, manufacture and distribute their products from Sussex in the UK. They are part of the family of 1% For The Planet companies, making fully cruelty free products which of course, are completely vegan.


Once you run out of tablets, you can clean the jar and reuse it to store anything you want, or refill it with more tablets, which can be purchased in bigger quantities inside cardboard bags. Otherwise, you can recycle the jar by taking it to the closest glass recycling bin (green colour). Remember to put the metal lid in its corresponding container, which most likely is the yellow one.