Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste
Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste
Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste
Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste
Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste
Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste
Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste
Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste

Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste

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Our one-of-a-kind Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste contains gentle, low-quantity Hydrogen Peroxide to help brighten your teeth. Our dentist-approved toothpaste is not only suitable for everyday use, it has been created with sustainability at the heart of its unique design.

Water, Sodium Monofluorophosphate (contains 1000ppm Fluoride), Silica, Aroma, Calcium Carbonate, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Carboxymethyl, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Chondrus Crispus, CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), Sodium Saccharin.

1 x Zero-Waste Whitening Toothpaste (avg. 45 days supply).

Add a pea-sized amount (that’s all you’re supposed to use!) of our Whitening Toothpaste onto your Pearlii Mosobrush bristles. Brush for 2 minutes, twice daily.
And don’t forget to floss! Our Biofloss Easy Picks are the best in the biz.

Buy it with

Mosobrush

Soft

$9.00

 

Recyclable

Dentist approved

Vegan & cruelty-free

50% profits donated

100% Recyclable Tube

Exciting news. We’ve developed a new, fully-recyclable toothpaste tube (including the cap!).

Our toothpaste tubes are made from HDPE, which is a type of plastic that is toxic-free and easily recycled.

How to Dispose with TerraCycle

Empty out as much toothpaste as you can, and then post your tube(s) to our office in Melbourne, Australia. We take care of the recycling from this point, working closely with our friends at TerraCycle (www.terracycle.com).

You can also recycle yourself by following your local council guidelines in the HDPE #2 recycling stream.

Make an impact

Giving Smiles

Our mission is to improve oral health around the globe.

Pearlii donates 50% of its profits to building dental trucks, which provides free dental surgery for people who can’t afford or access a dentist.

The Pearlii Foundation