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Review: Happy Tabs

Updated: May 7

Hi everyone


Today I wanted to write a little review about the toothpaste tablets that I got to try out from Happy Tabs.


As many of you probably already know, I try to avoid plastic as much as I can and therefore I was really excited to try out these natural and vegan tablets that come in a glass jar. Plastic waste is a massive problem worldwide and I think it's great that more and more companies care about their impact on the environment too and are opting for eco-friendly alternatives to plastic. I had never tried toothpaste tablets before and I was curious to find out how it worked exactly and if I would like it.


I tried both the Fresh Mint and the Mint Charcoal tablets. All Happy Tabs are vegan, cruelty-free and made of high quality natural ingredients that help protect your teeth against caries and plaque. I really like the fact that they have tablets with activated charcoal as well since that has a natural whitening effect on your teeth. Like I've already mentioned before, the tablets come in a small glass jar that you could recycle or reuse after you've finished all your tablets, which is, of course, an eco-friendly alternative compared to a regular (plastic) tube of toothpaste. One jar contains 50 grams (approximately 80 tablets) and will last for about 1,5 months. They will release their refill packs soon and those will be made of 90% recycled carton. Another benefit is that because of the small size (and also the fact that the tablets are solid), they're great for travelling. Last but not least, they also donate 5% of their profits to The Ocean Clean Up and The Healthy Teeth Foundation which help protect the environment and provide dental care to underprivileged children.


How to use toothpaste tablets:

- Crush the toothpaste tablet between your teeth

- Brush with a wet toothbrush (the tablet turns into foam)

- Your teeth are clean :)


I honestly thought that it would feel a bit weird to use tablets instead of regular toothpaste, but you very quickly get used to it and it practically works the same. My teeth feel just as clean and fresh as when I would use regular toothpaste. Another plus is that you don't have to pay attention to how much toothpaste you're using since one tablet already contains the amount you'll need.


My conclusion:

I have personally decided that I want to keep using toothpaste tablets instead of regular toothpaste. They have all the same 'benefits', but none of the waste. If you're looking for an eco-friendly and natural alternative to regular toothpaste, I would definitely recommend using Happy Tabs too.


Have you ever tried toothpaste tablets before?

If not, would you consider trying them?


With love,

Lysanne



[This post contains gifted products]

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