According to Gaiia, the soap has been used for brushing teeth for over 165 years. The toothpaste tube was introduced in the 1890s and it contained soap. Soap was withdrawn from formulas in 1946 and then replaced by other ingredients such as Sodium lauryl sulfate or Sodium laureth sulfate .
The manufacturer refuses synthetic detergents such as SLS, SLMI and SCI… and launches an organic solid toothpaste based on cold saponified soap. Enriched with charcoal, licorice and mint essential oil, it helps maintain healthy teeth and gums, while freshening breath.
Vegan, rechargeable, both ecological and economical (4 to 5 months of use), this black ingot confuses the first use, but ultimately fulfills the mission entrusted to it.
In brushing teeth with this solid toothpaste, the strangest thing is the placement… The manufacturer specifies that very little material is needed to be effective. So much the better, because anyway, it would be difficult to take a lot of it on the bristles of the toothbrush! It is necessary to wet the head of the brush and to rub against the ingot. A slight transfer of material takes place delicately. Brushing can then be done normally. However, the brush being in direct contact with the teeth and the gums, without paste or cream or gel to buffer, they are certainly more sensitive. But nothing crippling. This solid toothpaste will convince fans of anyhdres products, consumers looking for vegan solutions and travelers who don't want to bother with liquid security checks ...
Sodium sunflowerseedate, Aqua, Glycerin, Helianthus annuus seed oil, Menthol, Charcoal powder, Glycyrrhiza glabra root powder, Mentha piperita oil, Citrus aurantifolia oil, Cymbopogon citratus oil, Linalool, Limonene, Geraniol, Citral.