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Eco Floss - Vegan Dental Floss, the-cleaning-cabinet
Eco Floss - Vegan Dental Floss, the-cleaning-cabinet
Eco Floss - Vegan Dental Floss, the-cleaning-cabinet
Eco Floss - Vegan Dental Floss, the-cleaning-cabinet

Eco Floss - Vegan Dental Floss

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EcoLiving
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EcoLiving plant-based dental floss started life as corn. Made with 100% renewable resources (instead of crude oil), making use of a previously wasted by-product from the food industry. Our EcoFloss uses 80% fewer greenhouse gases and is 100% vegan.

And as an added bonus, there is a possibility to compost this floss in certain areas in your food caddy for industrial composting or at home - only if you have a HotBin.

At a close-up, EcoFloss is:
  • 100% Plant-Based
  • 100% Vegan
  • 100% Renewable Resources
  • 80% fewer greenhouse gases than regular floss
  • Biodegradable without pollution in certain conditions
  • No GMOs
  • No Palm Oil
  • Made with plant-based packaging
  • Generous 50m bobbins

Superior to the other brands 

Many companies sell bamboo charcoal floss and make claims of it being biodegradable, when in fact, it’s just nylon with some bamboo charcoal powder for colouring. Some other companies sell corn floss in a glass jar which is sourced from China with questionable claims about being biodegradable and no traceability of raw materials. We also tested vegan wax claimed to be used and it did not work with dental floss. 

That’s why ecoLiving spent years sourcing an EU manufacturer with a clean factory so we have total control over the ingredients, where they are sourced and can ensure maximum quality. Our dental floss is 100% vegan, made with a scientifically formulated food-grade, vegetal wax with NO palm oil and no GMOs.

And it’s cruelty-free, unlike silk

Silk floss is the only home compostable floss out there but it’s cruel – to make it, they boil or gas silkworms alive and there’s NO regulation for peace silk (which is meant to be a way of extracting the silk without harming them) and PETA warns against it.
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