Noosa Basics Dental Floss with Activated Charcoal (35m)
Vegan, Activated Charcoal Dental Floss
With Cinnamon and Spearmint
Recyclable Not Biodegradable
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Noosa Basics Vegan Dental Floss with Activated Charcoal
A vegan dental floss made with activated charcoal infused in a blend of Organic Virgin Coconut Oil and 100% Pure Essential oils of Myrrh, Clove, Manuka, Cinnamon and Spearmint. It freshens your mouth, cleans your teeth and helps to heal your gums.
Note: it has come to our attention this floss is made with polyester so is not biodegradable and is only recyclable. It is not 100% bamboo fibre.
Free of preservatives, artificial sweeteners and harmful additives. 35m in length.
Bamboo fibre, Polyester, Activated charcoal, Natural Vegan Candelilla wax, Virgin Coconut Oil, Essential oils of Myrrh, Manuka, Clove, Peppermint and Cinnamon leaf! that's it nothing else.
Great productBy: Sarah Kristensen on 18 October 2018This floss is great. I know at first it seems expensive, but it really does last a surprisingly long time! My last roll lasted me 3 months with daily use! Great product, excellent low-waste alternative to plastic.
Great Floss!By: Anonymous on 30 August 2018This is a great product and is soft on my gums unlike mainstream brands
Great productBy: Natalie on 2 August 2018Works brilliantly. Wouldn't go back to plastic floss ever.
Great on teeth and environment, but tanglesBy: Erica on 24 July 2018I love this floss! Enviro friendly, doesn't hurt your teeth or gums and smells fresh. Only downside is mine keeps getting tangled in the package, both ends on the roll unwind at the same time and then don't pull through the box easily. Maybe a modification in packaging can be considered? The product itself is great, just a nuisance with the box/roll. Still recommend though ;-)
Good but made from polyester...By: Taylor on 6 July 2018Floss works really well! Low scent is great, moves between my teeth easily. Comes in cardboard box with a small plastic spool. It doesn't wind well so gets bunched up a lot in the box. I just take it out, cut out the cardboard with the little metal cutter and put it into a jar instead. Which I don't mind doing if it means avoiding plastic packaging like conventional floss. However, I am disappointed that it is not 100% coconut fiber, but instead polyester as well. That is not clear on the box, nor was it clear on Noosa Basics website until recently. All in all, I would not buy it again because it is still plastic and an expensive floss. I would only pay that much if it was 100% natural. I will be looking for an alternative compostable floss that won't kill wildlife.