Lamazuna's little toothpaste works hard to keep your teeth clean without dirtying the planet. It is handmade in the French region around Nice using natural ingredients and absolutely no sulphates or fluoride.
Lamazuna use Coconut oil that contains lauric acid, which has antibacterial properties but also boast many benefits for oral health. Lemon essential oil and sage have been added for enhanced protection as well as calcium carbonate, a gentle abrasive for a good clean, without damaging tooth enamel.Once you've finished, just add the stick to your compost, so there's zero waste! The cardboard box is also biodegradable, printed with vegetable inks and coated with a non-toxic finish, so you can compost it too!
How to use Lamazuna Solid Toothpaste (Sage & Lemon) 13mlWet your toothbrush with warm water, rub it over the solid toothpaste - a little goes a long way, as it will foam up when it mixes with moisture. Brush your teeth just as you would with your usual toothpaste, then rinse your mouth with water.
Ingredients in Lamazuna Solid Toothpaste (Sage & Lemon) 13mlCalcium Carbonate, Cocos Nucifera Oil*, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Stearic Acid, Palmitic Acid, Salvia Triloba Leaf Powder*, Citrus Limon Peel Oil*, Aqua, Citral**, Limonene**. * ingredient from organic farming ** naturally present in the essential oil
Reviews for Lamazuna Solid Toothpaste (Sage & Lemon) 13ml
I’ve been using this toothpaste for around 10 days now. I chose the sage and lemon as I am quite prone to mouth ulcers, though it doesn’t actually taste of either.
On the plus side, I love that it is totally recyclable and is also compact for travelling etc. After use, my teeth feel as clean as when using a conventional toothpaste.
On the minus side, I find it takes a lot of scrubbing to get any product on to the toothbrush, also (and I realise that this is very subjective) I don’t like the flavour.
I’ve been using this toothpaste for a week or so now.
On the plus side, my teeth feel as clean after using it as they do after using any conventional toothpaste. I love the fact that everything is either recyclable or compostable, it is also compact and ideal for travelling.
On the minus side, I find it takes quite a while to get enough on the toothbrush so that it doesn’t seem as though you are just brushing with water. Also, and I know this is very subjective, I hate the taste.