Where do I begin? Perhaps we begin with the sustainable packaging. Wait, let’s start with not squeezing toothpaste out of a tube. Nah, we’ll start with the elimination of toothpaste tubes entirely! Hmmm….with so many benefits, it’s hard to pick just one reason Bite Toothpaste Bits are great.
Bite Toothpaste Bits are “made with organic plant-based ingredients clinically proven to clean and protect teeth” and all of their products are made in a cruelty-free, Leaping Bunny-certified lab following all FDA guidelines. Bite Toothpaste Bits come in a sustainable glass jar, it’s a neat little jar actually, and completely eliminates the toothpaste tubes. If you aren’t already annoyed with toothpaste tubes, keep in mind one billion plastic toothpaste tubes enter landfills and the oceans every year. That’s a billion with a “B”. Why not try a sustainable way to brush your teeth?
I ordered my Bits about seven weeks ago and, with a refreshing faith in humanity, they had so many orders mine were back-ordered. I gladly waited the extra two weeks and was pleasantly surprised when my Charcoal Bits arrived a bit earlier than expected. Elegant packaging, tidy, no-muss-no-fuss.
Over the years I’ve used just about every brand of toothpaste (in a tube) and I prefer the Bits; and not just for the “save the world” reasons. The grain seems to scrub very well and really cleanse the teeth. Furthermore, the “foam” is actually better than expected. No, it doesn’t foam like your tube toothpaste, but there is ample agent for cleaning. Be warned, the first time I used them I nearly swallowed. It just seemed like the most natural thing to do when biting into something the size and texture of a Smartie Candy!
My teeth are whiter than ever and I’m very happy with the product. I’m even buying the monthly subscription. Lastly, a colleague of mine said she wasn’t buying Bite Toothpaste Bits because “they aren’t FDA approved.” I reminded her neither are dietary supplements, bottled water, food additives, and instant formulas, just to name a few.
She smiled wryly holding a Dasani.
Try the Bits, you won’t regret it.
Bite. (2021). Bite – Toothpaste Bits. [online] Available at: https://bitetoothpastebits.com/ [Accessed 13 Jul. 2021].