Dental Lace Plant Based Refill

Vegans we heard you. We are happy to announce our new vegan plant-based refills.  This Vegan is plastic free and compostable! Now Vegans can have it all.   

 An online refill package contains two spools of vegan polylacticacid floss with 33 yards each. The package is made of recyclable paperboard with a compostable plant-based cellophane storage bag inside.


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OM
01/20/2021
Olivia M.
United States United States
Love it!

When I initially purchased I saw some negative reviews so I wanted to share my positive experience. I think the floss works great, of course from time to time it breaks but knowing that it is biodegradable that is what it is supposed to do! I'm tired of things being so durable that they take decades to decompose. Plus, most of the time I don't have a problem. I also have sensitive skin and have never had a problem with this floss. I feel so lucky to have found it!

EE
01/14/2021
Elizabeth E.
United States United States
Great Floss

I've been using this for months now and love it! I will note that the floss is more fragile than "normal" floss, so just be sure to use longer pieces than normal, and it will work great!

RF
12/17/2020
Robin F.
United States United States
Converted to Sustainable Flossing!

Such a cute floss set, I gave this one out as gifts. I am a full convert to this floss system.

RF
12/17/2020
Robin F.
United States United States
Adorable Reusable Floss Case

I love this packaging the most i think. Floss is great, durable.

RF
12/17/2020
Robin F.
United States United States
Love this stuff

I love this floss. The fact that it's plastic free and vegan speaks to all the things I love. And they have cute containers? I bought a bunch of them to give coworkers for the holidays because everyone needs to floss and why not do it in a way that's good for our planet?