Toothpaste Tablets

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Keep teeth sparkling clean and breath fresh with a new way to brush—toothpaste tablets! A plastic-free alternative to toothpaste tubes, the tablets come in a reusable glass jar and are free from synthetic ingredients and colorants. The tablets are naturally effervescent with cream of tartar and baking soda are flavored with organic essential oils. To brush, simply chew a tablet in your mouth until it dissolves, then brush as usual.

baking soda, cream of tartar, citric acid, calcium carbonate, kaolin, adosonia gregoril, organic peppermint oil, sodium benzoate, organic limonene.
  • Comes in a refillable glass jar with an aluminium lid 
  • Each bottles contains 120 tablets (lasts 8 weeks for 1 person / twice a day) 
  • Certified cruelty-free & vegan
Store in a dry place for up to 12 months from opening. Refill or recycle glass jar when empty.



Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Better than...

I was using Unpaste which was chalky. Georganics is so much better!! Sustainable, does the job and a pleasant taste.


This is my 2nd go with toothpaste tablets. I had used a different brand previous to wild minimalist. W.M. actually works. My mouth feels cleans. The other brand felt like I chewed a piece of candy and then tried brushing my teeth. I would recommend this product.

Great product

I like this toothpaste. I feel that it does not have a strong taste and cleans my teeth very well. And I like the fact that it is a sustainable product.

Takes some getting used to...

These take some getting used to... The first bite has a slightly soapy, medicinal taste and then after that it's fine. It foams wells and my teeth feel clean. I also like the no fuss, no mess aspect of these tablets. This is the first time trying "toothpaste tablets" so I may explore other brands to see if I have the same experience on "first bite."

Kailee C.
Clean teeth but strong taste

This toothpaste is super fizzy and has a strong baking soda-type taste. My teeth are super clean afterwards but it is taking some getting used to.