Our plant-based toothpowder is sourced from the roots of the Salvadora Persica tree, also known as peelu or arak tree.
- Fluoride-free, herbal toothpowder.
- 100% Natural, Pesticide & Chemical Free, Vegan & Cruelty Free
- Supports healthy teeth and gums.
- Cleanses the mouth, nourishes gums, and leaves teeth feeling polished and the mouth feeling refreshed.
- Consistent use of our Natural Miswak Toothpowder will result in whiter teeth over-time.
- Safely cleans and acts as a teeth polisher removing coffee, tea, wine and cigarette/tobacco stains and improves gum health and freshens breath.
- Healthy dental alternative to teeth whitening pen, white strips, charcoal, gels, powder and strips.
Suitable for adults and children.
Brushing your teeth with toothpowder is just as easy as using toothpaste.
- Wet your toothbrush.
- Dip it in the toothpowder.
- Brush as you normally would.
- Rinse well.
This product ships directly from The Home Farm. Available to US customers only
I get peoples negative reviews of this! my first use, I thought it tasted like a weird peanut butter dust. I put it down for a few weeks and tried it again actually liked the 'sawdusty' taste. I'm not a fan of regular foamy toothpaste so its nice that it doesn't get foamy. It also leaves my teeth feeling really clean. So definitely recommend if you don't like foamy!
I am sorry to say, we didn’t care for this product. The taste is unpleasant and the powder is messy and tends to get all over the counter. I am all for plastic free and natural, but this one didn’t work for us. Maybe a natural mint would help. The tablets from another source are better and they do have a pleasant fresh taste.
Sorry to hear you didn't enjoy the powder! If you are looking for something with a minty taste, we recommend our Davids Natural Toothpaste or Georganics Toothpowder with mint :)
I really want to get on the toothpowder or sustainable toothpaste bandwagon, I've already converted my other toiletries and home items. I decided to give this toothpowder a try and I love that it's made by a small farm... but it tastes like sand and sawdust, and feels gross in the mouth. I barely had it in my mouth for a minute before spitting it out and brushing my teeth with something more conventional. I think it could be a good choice for someone who's used to toothpaste tablets or powders already, who's ready to totally forgo the mint-clean feeling for an abrasive-baking-soda-clean feeling. And for $18?? It's non-returnable... and I'm having major buyer's remorse.