Natural Toothpaste - English Peppermint
Our natural toothpaste is blended with organic Peppermint oil. Similar to Spearmint, this formula packs a punch with a much stronger minty flavour. Studies have shown Peppermint oil to be extremely effective at killing anaerobic bacteria, left untreated this bacteria can cause gum disease. The fluoride free and SLS free formulation is an ideal replacement to your conventional toothpaste.
- Free from Fluoride, SLS & Glycerin
- Mineral-rich formula, promoting remineralisation
- PETA Cruelty-free & Vegan
- In recyclable glass jar, aluminium lid and compostable box
- 60ml(2oz) will last approx. 4 weeks with 1 person brushing twice a day
Calcium Carbonate^, Caprylic & Capric Triglyceride*^, Kaolin^, Cocos Nucifera Oil*^, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter*^, Diatomaceous Earth*^, Sodium Bicarbonate^, Mentha Piperita Oil*^, Tocopherol^, Limonene*^. *Organic, ^Natural.
Put a pea-sized amount onto your toothbrush, brush for 2 minutes and rinse well. Seal the lid after use, avoiding water entering the jar. Store in a dry place for up to 12 months after opening.
I love this toothpaste, specifically because it doesn't have that gross sweet taste. I love how it leaves my mouth feeling. The English Peppermint is my favorite of the four flavors I've tried so far. I may try other brands just to see how they work, but this is my go to.
This is a good alternative if you don't like tooth paste tablets. During the process of actually brushing my teeth, it didn't really taste like anything. However, when I rinsed the toothpaste off my mouth it left a nice fresh feeling, and my teeth felt pretty clean. I did, however, find it particularly difficult to clean the leftover toothpaste from the bottom of my bamboo toothbrush's bristles. Sometimes the ingredients will separate a little overnight, but the little wooden stick that comes with and a quick mix was good enough to fix that. Overall, a good toothpaste, but I don't think I've found the one for me yet. I'll be trying other alternatives.