Plastic floss can be an eco-nightmare but we've found an amazing alternative that is plastic-free and zero waste: Natural dental floss that comes in its own refillable glass jar!
This slightly minty floss is made from 100% natural mulberry silk and is coated in a natural plant-based candelilla wax making it completely biodegradable. The berry blue-colored container is made from glass with a metal cap that is removable so that you can refill the bottle over and over. You can use the same bottle for the rest of your life if you take care of it - just think about how many plastic floss containers will be avoided.
It's a key element of an eco-friendly oral hygiene routine and goes great with any of our natural toothbrushes.
This product comes with a glass bottle and two 33-yard / 30 m rolls of natural dental silk. Also available in bottle colors of granite or sea rose. Dental lace is manufactured in China and is ISO and FDA certified.
Pro tip: This floss can be more delicate than plastic floss so we recommend slightly adjusting your finger placement as you floss so that the tension on the floss is spread across various points. If the same hand placement is used the whole way through, the floss may wear thin and break.
Length: 10.5 cm / 4.13"
Width: 2.2 cm / 0.86"
Height: 4cm / 1.6"
Width: 5.5 cm / 2.16"
Height: 2cm / 0.79"
Width: 3.5 cm / 1.38"
Height: 1.5 cm / 0.59"
Length of Floss: 33 yd / 30 m
Materials: The container is a glass bottle with metal cap and the floss is made from natural mulberry silk.
Care Instructions: Pull slowly out of jar to avoid tearing. Compost used floss and refill the glass bottle.
Country of Manufacture: China.
Health and Environment: BPA-free, phthalate-free, PVC-free and lead-free. Recyclable, compostable, Dental lace is ISO and FDA certified.
Packaging: Box is made from 100% post-consumer fiber that is certified FSC and PCF free. and is printed with soy-based inks. There is also a compostable plant-based cellophane bag made from Polylactide Acid from plants. The bag is biodegradable in industrial composting facilities or in a home composter within 6 - 12 months