Toothpaste is available in all sorts of flavors, colors, and varieties these days. Heck, they’re not just limited to paste, either, because liquid and gel toothpastes exist now. However, if you’re not a fan of blue, green, or tri-colored toothpastes that sometimes comes with flecks of “cooling crystals” or whitening strips, then you might want to check out Accoutrements’ Nihilist toothpaste.
It’s toothpaste the way toothpaste should be. It’s got no flavor, no color, no thing–just plain old white paste in minimalist packaging.
In a way, the Nihilist toothpaste stays true to its name. McPhee describes it as:
At its most extreme, Nihilists don’t believe in anything. So, when we decided to make toothpaste for nihilists, we decided that it shouldn’t taste like anything because they don’t believe in flavor. Brushing your teeth with Nihilist Toothpaste is really brushing them with a big dollop of reality.
Nihilist toothpaste comes in 2.5 oz tubes and is priced at $5.