LUSH Goes Dental!‏

The new LUSH toothy tabs are awesome. I wasn’t sure what to think of a dry toothpaste but I love them. You just nibble on one and when you start brushing you get the best foaming action. And my teeth feel really clean after. The flavors are weird and wonderful I like to switch it up each time I brush.

While peppermint toothpaste might be the norm, here at LUSH we challenge what’s expected and encourage our customers to think about the impacts of their beauty routine on the environment. Enter Toothy Tabs, LUSH’s newest invention that takes conventional toothpaste and literally strips it down.

Toothy Tabs are a brand new, patented idea from LUSH, these solid tabs eradicate the need for both packaging and preservatives, and come in a handy 100% recycled box. Each pack contains 40 tabs, you simply pop one in your mouth, crush it a little and continue to brush as normal with your toothbrush and water.

Toothy Tabs come in six fabulous flavours and feature the most beautiful natural ingredients and essential oils to freshen and perfume the breath, but also have antiseptic qualities used for years in dentistry. Only fresh, natural ingredients are used to clean the teeth beautifully, but each Toothy Tab offers something different – from a mouth freshener to a palate cleanser.

Toothy Tabs $3.95 are available at LUSH Shops and LUSHusa.com.


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September 3rd, 2011 at 9:52 pm

I’m absolutely intrigued. I’ll be rushing out to get some as soon as possible!!! :) I love LUSH!

September 6th, 2011 at 8:48 am

Weird! Have you tried these yet? I wonder if they feel grainy in your mouth. I love LUSH, but I’m a bit of a toothpaste loyalist (Arm & Hammer, baby!).