Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Organically Epic Charcoal Infused Peppermint Vegan Dental Floss - Review*




Organically Epic is a multi-award-winning business, launched in 2015, founded and owned by Jayne Clark-Denyer and Karon Robertson (a Daughter and Mother duo). Organic and Natural Dental has always been a love and passion of Jayne's so it was only natural that Organically Epic would launch their natural dental collection. All of our products are sustainably made and ethically sourced. Approved under PETA'S beauty without bunnies campaign, Vegan, Biodegradable, Recyclable and our toothbrushes are made of mature bamboo that is Panda Friendly.

Charcoal infused peppermint vegan dental floss is a must for any dental routine. The charcoal will help brighten and lift stains from between your teeth whilst the peppermint essential oil will help freshen breath. With 30 metres of floss, this sustainable gum lover will last you an average of 3 months if you use it once a day. Dentists recommend using floss as part of your regular dental routine, flossing every evening to prevent bad breath, sore bleeding gums and gingivitis. How to dispose of your floss and packaging The floss will need to go in your general recycling. It is not biodegradable but it is a much better alternative to conventional floss. The glass tube and aluminium can be recycled but, feel free to purchase our floss refills and reuse the glass and aluminium packaging The cardboard kraft packaging can be recycled or put in your compost for breakdown.

Since getting my braces off a few weeks ago, I've wanted to get back into flossing as I couldn't really achieve it with my train track braces on. I came across the Organically Epic Charcoal Infused Peppermint Vegan Dental Floss on Love Lula and thought it looked great due to its low waste. The floss is presented in a glass jar which I think is great, as you can refill it again and again. I found the floss easy to use, just like any other floss really. Although, this floss is slightly different to your usual floss, as it tastes of peppermint which I find very refreshing.



This product was sent to me to review, all views are my own.

1 comment:

  1. Dental emergencies can occur at any time, needing the services of a 24 hour dentists or emergency dentist. But what do you do if you cannot get an appointment or have access to an emergency dentist in London? Fortunately we have a guide for all common types of emergency dentist issues that we see regularly including toothache, wisdom tooth, pain after tooth extraction, broken front tooth, and knocked out tooth. There's also good advice for lost fillings and crowns that come off as well as dry socket and swollen face. What are the risks of a dental extraction?

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