This all-natural toothpaste is designed to whiten, remove plaque, and freshen breath. It's the first natural toothpaste that we've found that has that old-fashioned mint taste. Keep the planet happy and keep your smile minty fresh.
Use and care
Store at a fairly consistent temperature. Get every last bit of toothpaste out of the tube with the metal turn key inside. Slip it onto the edge of the tube, and slowly roll up the tube to dispense the amount of toothpaste you need.
Does not contain fluoride, SLS or other sulfates. Vegan, EWG verified and cruelty free.
The toothpaste tube and metal turn key come in a paper box, made with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified paperboard. The toothpaste comes ina
David's Natural Toothpaste is American made and manufactured, with 98% USA-origin ingredients. Carton made with 100% renewable energy (wind power) and FSC certified packaging.
End of life
The metal tube is recyclable, plastic cap is not.
In order to recycle the tube, you will need to clean the excess paste from the inside of the tube. Instructions from the brand below:
1. Take some scissors or shears and cut off both ends of the tube.
2. Cut a slit the full length of the tube to fold open the tube to access the inside of the tube for cleaning....the edges of metal are sharp, so please be careful.
3. Wash off the excess paste with running water.... a toothbrush can be helpful here for removing all the paste.
4. Discard metal in recycle bin. It will be up to your local waste management provider to properly sort/recycle as we do not currently take back used tubes for recycling.
Fore more general info on recycling, visit our friends at earth911
This is my second time purchasing this toothpaste, I love it! I had tried Lush tooth tabs, Toms toothpaste, and tooth powder. The lush products and tooth powder made my teeth sensitive. My dental hygienist commented that charcoal tooth powder can change the pH in your mouth and harm your teeth. The Toms toothpaste I wasn’t a fan of the taste, and I couldn’t locate a Toms recycling program near me. The David’s toothpaste is AWESOME. No sensitivity, the consistency is like normal toothpaste, and the peppermint is very pleasant and not an “earthy tasting” peppermint. My only comment is that when you are done with the toothpaste, it’s a little tricky to cut the packaging apart to clean it before recycling. The edges are sharp and the key makes the tube so flat that you can’t easily cut the side to clean the inside out. I’m happy to do it to reduce my waste, but something to be mindful of. So happy to discover this toothpaste!
I love the rolling key to make sure you get as much toothpaste out of the tube as possible. I also love that the metal tube is recyclable, although the plastic cap is not (in my town) due to its small size. The flavor is not a minty as a traditional Crest or Colgate toothpaste, but still refreshing and probably preferable for those of you who are not fans of mint. I am not sure if it is dentist-recommended - I plan to bring it up with my dentist next time I go in and make sure I am making a healthy choice as well as en environmentally conscious one! The price is admittedly pretty high for a tube of toothpaste, although hopefully it will last a long time, especially with the rolling key. I may post an update to this review with information on how long one tube lasts (brushing 2x a day) and what my dentist says about this product. Be well!
I love this toothpaste! It has a fresh taste and great consistency, and the tube key is such a plus to use all the product. One of my favorite swaps to date.