Lush | Lush’s Miles Of Smiles Toothy Tabs

*suitable for vegans

I’ve always been a little dubious of Toothy Tabs – I remember when they first came out an I expected them to be something like chewing a Rennie – which I can’t cope with at the best of times, let alone first thing in the morning. It’s taken me a couple of years and the realisation that there are very few cruelty free toothpastes available locally to actually give them a go. After a long conversation with a Lush employee and laughing like a child at the idea of keeping Oral Pleasure by my bathroom sink, I ended up bringing Miles of Smiles home with me.

Miles of Smiles Toothy Tabs

Getting Toothy with Miles of Smiles

The idea is that you pop one of the tiny little tabs in your mouth, chew it up and give your teeth a good scrubbing. Nice and simple, right?

At first I was really, really suspicious of the texture of these – it really isn’t so pleasant until you get used to it and if you’re familiar with any sort of baking soda toothpaste you’ll be familiar with the taste already. Determined to persevere though, I chomped through them and have been using them for a few weeks now and let me tell you – I love them.

Okay so I’ll probably never get over cringing at the texture, but it’s the wake up call I need each morning and it lasts only a few seconds before you’re left with a fresh mouth full of minty foam. Seriously- Miles of Smiles are foamier than any toothpaste I have ever tried.

Once you’re past the initial flavour though, the experience is actually quite pleasant. My mouth feels infinitely cleaner each time I use them, my breath is fresher and I’m not overwhelmed with minty blasts for several hours (which I actually hate). The flavour overall is pretty mild.

As I’ve gone on using them I noticed my teeth are whiter too – and I’ve used a whitening toothpaste for as long as I can remember. My gums are less weak and sensitive and my mouth generally just feels healthier with each use.

If you haven’t given these a go I’d definitely recommend them – Toothy Tabs are definitely a hidden gem of Lush.

Have you tried Toothy Tabs before?

 

Brianne xo

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12 thoughts on “Lush | Lush’s Miles Of Smiles Toothy Tabs

    1. I’ve actually never tried Crest White Strips! As an every day toothpaste they’re a great replacement but the benefits come over time rather than an instant whitening so if I were using whitening treatments I’d keep them up regularly too. I’m sure they have another toothy tab that’s specifically for whitening too, I just can’t remember the name haha xxx

  1. I’ve seen these in Lush, but never bothered purchasing them! But they sound amazing! I should definitely give them a try! XO

    Courtney | Courtselizabeth | Instagram

    1. I really do like them! The taste definitely put me off at first but once I got used to it they’re really not so bad. I think it’s a bit of a shock if you’re used to standard minty toothpastes at first though! xx

  2. Never thought that finding a cruelty free toothpaste could be so hard! That’s a shame :/ Anyway, I’d seen those Lush tabs before but I’d never thought of trying them, now after your positive comments I definitely think I’ll give them a go 🙂 Thank you!

    1. I’m sure there’s a few others that are cruelty free but I’m really trying to avoid a scenario where I’m having to order essential things online only! I live in a super tiny town so it’s a bit limited sometimes 🙁 xx

  3. I was given the lime ones at a blogger event and I haven’t got round to trying them yet, but I will tonight! As for CF toothpaste, have you tried co-op own brand? It’s so cheap and pretty good! 🙂
    Teri-May xxx
    Acupoft.co.uk

    1. I actually picked up the co-ops own brand on a whim a few weeks back! I like to be stocked up haha, it’s on my list to try next x

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