Refillable Plastic-free Dental floss


Refillable Plastic-free Dental floss


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Don't let caring for the planet get in the way of caring for your teeth - you can now floss waste-free with this mulberry silk floss that is compostable and stored in a refillable glass container. 

* A portion of each sale is donated to plant trees in the US National Forests.
** All orders shipped 100% Plastic-Free in Recycled boxes.


  • Designed to replace store-bought nylon floss stored in plastic containers.
  • Available in 3 options: 
    1. One Dental Lace refillable container with a 33-yard mulberry silk spool and one 33-yard refill spool for a total of 66 yards of floss.
    2. One Refill Unit only (Two refill spools without glass container) for a total of 66 yards of floss.
    3. Both 1 & 2: One Refillable floss unit (with one refill spool) AND One Refill Unit (two refill spools) - discounted over individual purchases of options 1 & 2 - for a total of 132 yards of floss.
  • Floss is coated with (vegan) Candelilla wax and scented with Peppermint essential oil. 
  • Glass container has a stainless steel lid with floss cutter to easily dispense floss. Container is 0.5 inch wide and 2 inch tall.
  • The spool is stored in a Polylactide Acid bag which is Certified compostable.


100% Mulberry Silk Floss scented with Peppermint essential oil and coated with vegan Candelilla wax. 

Glass container with a Stainless steel lid 

The spool is stored in Polylactide Acid bags created from the lactic acid in plants. 

Outer box is recycled (100% post-consumer waste)  and certified FSC and PCF free. Manufactured using renewable biogas energy and printed with soy-based inks


The glass container can be recycled, the spool and the PLA bag can be composted. 

Consider reusing before recycling - the glass container can be repurposed to store and organize small jewelry like rings and earrings.

Consider ordering refills only when your first container is fully used - not only do you save money, fewer resources and emissions are spent in the manufacture and transport of the heavier glass containers.