Support sustainable travel with me!

How many times have you left your toothpaste at home? Or even better, how many times have you left a mess in your luggage with your toothpaste? If you are like me, you have done it many times but if you read this article, you’ll not make these mistakes again – Smyle is here to change the way you brush your teeth forever!

Toothpaste used to be the last thing I packed therefore I always forgot it at home. 😀  Smyle is toothpaste in a tablet, packed in a paper refill sachet. I’ve got a glass bottle, so I just fill it up before I leave and pop it in with the rest of my clothes, I never forget it and I don’t have to worry about making a mess.

Other than its obvious travel benefits, there are many other features for which I love Smyle. First and foremost, their mission: Each year, 1.5 billion (!!!) toothpaste tubes end up in our oceans and landfills. I am extremely happy to support Smyle’s mission of making our bathrooms plastic-free.

Smyle tablets are made with natural ingredients rather than chemicals. They don’t just protect your teeth but also the planet! One of its key ingredients is Hydroxyapatite, it strengthens enamel, remineralizes early decay lesions and fights tooth sensitivity. Not to mention its amazing whitening effect.

So, how does Smyle work?

  1. Pop a tablet in your mouth and crush it with your teeth.
  2. Brush as usual for at least 2 minutes.
  3. Rinse as usual
  4. Enjoy the fresh peppermint taste in your mouth and Smyle 😊

I know, it almost sounds too good to be true – I can reassure you it works, I’ve been using Smyle for quite a while now and I love it. The Amsterdam Academy of Dentistry (ACTA) has independently tested Smyle and has given it the thumbs up, too if you’d rather believe in independent scientific research than my opinion. 😛

If you’re looking for a toothpaste that does it all, Smyle is definitely worth a try.

Use the code “Timea30” before 1st December, to get 30% off your purchase. 😉

Click here to get it now: https://bit.ly/SmylexTimea 

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