I love my rose products, that’s true, but one thing I never predicted trying? Rose toothpaste. That’s right, today’s review is about Lush Chou Chou I Love You Toothy Tabs*, a solid, tablet form toothpaste that’s available in a bunch of flavours but the one I have is rose and lemon.
As somebody who generally– and by generally, I mean always– sticks to normal, mint toothpaste in a squeezy tube, I was pretty intrigued by the Lush Chou Chou I Love You Toothy Tabs. To use these, you take a tablet and crush it between your front teeth and start brushing, it starts to foam up and soon it’s very similar to using traditional toothpaste, just with a very unusual flavour.
In terms of how well the Lush Chou Chou I Love You Toothy Tabs worked, I actually feel like they worked better than my normal toothpaste and left my teeth feeling and looking incredibly clean. There’s a bit of a powdery, baking soda feel when you first bite into one, but that went away extremely quickly for me. There are a bunch of flavours, including a traditional mint, but the one I have is made with rose and lemon. Because the rose scent is pretty strong, I definitely got that more than lemon when using them, and I’m not really use how I feel about in toothpaste form, I do like how refreshing mint is and prefer that.
Like most things the brand does, Lush Chou Chou I Love You Toothy Tabs are extremely eco-friendly, as they are both 100% preservative free and come in a cardboard box you can easily recycle. These aren’t super expensive, it’s $5 for the entire box, but I still wouldn’t replace traditional toothpaste with them– at least not yet. However, where I think Toothy Tabs will be especially awesome is for your purse. These are so much easier to travel with than a normal tube of toothpaste, and as long as you have a toothbrush and some water, they easily do the job.
Although this is one time I would probably pass on the rose flavour, I am definitely intrigued by Lush Chou Chou I Love You Toothy Tabs and impressed by how well they clean my teeth.
Have you ever tried a solid toothpaste? Let me know what you think of this product!