$1.54 an ounce
Clean up your oral care routine with Vermont Soaps easy-to-use Tooth Salt! Just sprinkle onto a wet toothbrush and brush as normal.
Everybody should brush his or her teeth at least twice a day, right? It’s a common practice that was instilled in us as children. But do you know what’s in your toothpaste? Sodium lauryl sulfate. Translation: shampoo base. The kicker is, the main reason manufacturers add SLS to toothpaste is not to help make your pearly whites even cleaner. It’s to make it easier to fill the tube at the factory and to make the product more consistent when being squeezed out.
These three ingredients have withstood that test of time: sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), sodium chloride (table salt), and essential oils in small quantities. Sodium Bicarbonate is a simple substance. However, many mass-market baking sodas are contaminated with heavy metals such as cadmium. (Vermont Soap’s Tooth Salt uses pure sodium bicarbonate. Hold the metals please!) Vermont Soap Tooth Salt contains real sea salt so that you can get the good minerals that you need, without the heavy metals you don’t. Small quantities of plant-based aromatic essential oils are added for freshness, taste, and product enhancement.
USP Sodium Bicarbonate
We receive this product from Vermont Soap in a plastic bucket that we repurpose or recycle through Terra Cycles plastic box program.
Since 1992 Vermont Soap recognizes that human beings are now at a critical juncture in relation to our planet and that viable alternatives must be created to lead us into a sustainable future.
Vermont Soap was created to manufacture and market high quality, unique and natural personal care products of usefulness and value; and to be an example of how corporations can be a tool for positive social change.
Vermont Soap emphasizes the wholeness and integration of the company departments through communication, participation in the growth process, and acceptance of responsibility among co-workers.
Vermont Soap pledges to conduct their business in an environmentally aware manner emphasizing reuse and recycling, the use of natural-based ingredients, and the application of appropriate technology.