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And we’re all back to work today after a long weekend — blerg. I actually took Friday off to make it an even longer weekend, and I almost didn’t know what to do with myself!
But, I’m feeling rested today and ready to go.
Today, I’m sharing an item I bought specifically for travel and figured I’d share in case you’re looking for something to pack on all of your summer trips.
I actually have been using the exact same toothpaste, but in actual paste form, and when I was packing for Iceland, I started looking for something I could bring.
Since the trip was 8 days, I knew one of those tiny travel tubes likely wouldn’t be enough, and frankly, there’s no way those are good for the environment.
I only use the ones I get from my dentist during a 6-month cleaning, and it was time to find something else.
I started searching the Ulta website (my answer for most things) and came across these.
They are individual toothpaste portions, “tablets,” that form a paste when you put them in your mouth to brush. Each tablet is a little bit bigger than a Skittle in size.
They come in a tin — no plastic — and have no artificial ingredients. They’re also vegan and never test on animals 🙂
One reason I think these are great for travel is that you can count out the exact number you need — you don’t have to guess the amount of toothpaste.
I counted out enough tabs to brush my teeth twice per day, and then tossed a few extra in my carry-on, just in case.
These are TSA-friendly, and if you’re not bringing their original case, you can put them in whatever container you want. I have a few jars from other beauty products that I’ve washed and keep for things like this.
To use the tablet, you sort of have to work it around in your mouth first so it forms a paste. This took a little getting used to, but ultimately I felt like it cleaned my teeth the same as any other toothpaste I’ve used.
When I shared this item on my Instagram, several people told me they used the tablets daily!
I am likely going to stick to using the paste daily, and save the tablets for travel, but it’ll definitely be my choice for travel now!
Have you ever tried toothpaste tablets?
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