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Brushing Teeth

How to Use Different Types of Vegan Toothpaste 4

A guide to using different types of eco, natural and vegan toothpaste

Different kinds of eco friendly, zero waste, natural, vegan toothpaste and how you can use them as a part of your dental health routine

At Peace With The Wild, we stock a variety of different eco, zero waste, natural, vegan toothpastes including plastic free toothpaste tablets, natural tooth powders, natural pastes, and natural tooth soaps. If you have never used any of these before, they could perhaps be a little intimidating and confusing. But not to worry, we are here to give you a quick rundown of how to get the best out of your purchase.

How to use plastic free toothpaste tablets

Plastic free toothpaste tablets, denttabs or toothtabs come in a eco glass jar and you use one tablet per brushing session. Chemical free from synthetic ingredients and colourants they use cream of tartar and sodium bicarbonate to create a natural foaming effect. All you do is pop the eco, plastic free toothpaste tablet in your mouth and chew until the zero waste, plastic free toothpaste tablet has become powder. Then, using a wet eco friendly toothbrush, brush your teeth as normal, being sure to spread the paste around your mouth. Once you have finished, spit out the mixture but do not rinse your mouth, instead, leave the residue to continue its good work.

How to use natural, vegan toothpaste

All the natural, vegan toothpaste we sell comes in a eco, zero waste glass jar with a metal lid. You will also find a bamboo spatula included, which might seem a little unusual for first time users. But fear not, it is not as hard as it looks. Take the spatula in your hand, load it up with a pea sized amount of paste and wet your eco friendly toothbrush. Spread the natural, vegan toothpaste over your eco friendly toothbrush and use it as you would a regular toothpaste, being sure to ensure an even spread of vegan toothpaste right throughout your mouth. When brushing is complete, spit out the remnants of the mixture and rinse your eco friendly toothbrush.

How to use natural tooth soap

Natural tooth soap has a slightly different method. Take your eco friendly toothbrush in your hand, wet it slightly and brush the bristles gently into the natural tooth soap in circular motions. Then distribute over your teeth and tongue, brushing thoroughly for two minutes and rinse. Flavoured with vegan and natural peppermint essential oil, this soap promotes remineralising and nourishment of the teeth. They also come in plastic-free, zero waste, fully biodegradable packaging.

How to use natural tooth powder

Natural tooth powder is simple and easy to use! In dry form and non-liquid, natural tooth powder is perfect for cleaning and polishing your teeth the natural, eco-friendly and zero waste way. Using a natural tooth powder is great, just dip a clean, wet eco friendly brush head in the natural tooth powder and then brush for 2 minutes. Made with vegan and cruelty free ingredients, natural tooth powders come in a recyclable glass jar with a metal lid. When finished just place the lid back on and store in dry place.


  1. Which tooth “pastes” are good for sensitive teeth?

    1. Hi Rosie, any of the toothpastes with Tea Tree in are great for sensitive teeth. Most dentists recommend to use a toothpaste with Fluoride if you have sensitive teeth so the toothpaste tablets could be better for you!

  2. Can you swallow this toothpaste or does it need to be spat out? My daughter is autistic and has an issue with brushing her teeth but sometimes she will do them in her room whilst doing something else. I am thinking these would be convenient.

    1. Hi Samantha, like all toothpaste’s they are recommended to be spat out. However, all of our toothpaste’s are made from 100% natural ingredients so it would be a lot less harmful to swallow than the toothpaste’s that are full of chemicals.

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