Toothpaste Bits
Toothpaste Bits
Toothpaste Bits
Toothpaste Bits
Toothpaste Bits
Toothpaste Bits
Toothpaste Bits
Toothpaste Bits

Toothpaste Bits

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Flavor Fresh Mint

Only 8 left in stock

Alternative to plastic tubes of toothpaste.

Fresh Mint: Naturally whitening & minty fresh — bite into fresh breath with a one-month supply of Fresh Mint toothpaste bits and a plastic-free glass bottle.

Berry Twist:  Little smiles will love it — the first stress-free, mess-free way for kids to brush their teeth.


  • 1 × One Month Bottle — 62 bits
  • Fluoride-Free with N-HA, a fluoride alternative


  • 100% Plastic-free
  • Cruelty-free & vegan
  • Clean ingredients
  • Naturally whitening
  • Tackles sensitivity
  • Strengthens enamel

Similar Option:

Goes Great With:


  • Erythritol - Prevents cavity-causing bacteria from making a home in your teeth.
  • Calcium Carbonate - Acts as a mild abrasive that helps clean and polish your teeth.
  • Xylitol - Repels cavity-causing bacteria and is naturally sweet.
  • Nano-Hydroxyapatite (N-Hap) - Helps fight sensitivity and remineralizes your tooth's enamel.
  • Sodium Bicarbonate - Helps balance PH levels in your mouth.
  • Guar Gum - Made from legumes, this helps keep your Bits together.
  • Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate - This helps your bits foam up and clean in between your teeth.
  • Zinc Citrate - Bonds to malodors to help fight bad breath.
  • Colloidal Silicon Dioxide - Helps keep your Bits dry.
  • Cellulose Blend - Helps Bits stick together.

Fresh Mint also includes:

  • Natural Peppermint Flavor
  • Menthol - Makes Bits taste icy cool.

Berry Twist also includes: 

  • Natural Berry Flavor


Glass jar with metal lid.

Use Instructions

  1. Bite down on your bit.
  2. Brush with a wet toothbrush.
  3. Smile and watch it foam up like magic.
  4. Repeat twice a day, every day.

End of Life Instructions

Recycle jar and lit in curbside recycling.

Where It Comes From

Bite is a woman-owned business based in Marina del Rey, California that started to challenge two toothpaste norms: why does toothpaste come in plastic tubes and what exactly are we putting in our bodies when we brush our teeth?