Natural Toothpaste - Tea Tree
This natural mineral-rich toothpaste is blended with organic Tea Tree oil. Throughout history Tea Tree leaves have been used to heal cuts, treat burns, and as a topical application for infections. When it comes to teeth it's one of the best solutions for healing gum disease. The Fluoride and SLS free formulation is an ideal replacement to conventional toothpastes.
- 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^, Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf 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 really do feel like a full grown adult (I'm 35) when I use this stuff. I LOVE IT. It's exactly what I've been looking for. Something that leaves my mouth feeling extra clean without that gross sweet taste. I'm sensitive to sweet tastes and most things that are considered normal level of sweet is way too much for me. Xylitol and stevia are touted as great/healthier alternatives in some spaces, but I hate how they taste. For me, toothpaste is about what it does, not how it taste or rather how sweet it is. Georganics, though a tad on the pricey side, is well worth the purchase. I've tried four of the flavors: English, Peppermint, Spearmint, Charcoal, and now Tea Tree. My fave is the English Peppermint. I don't really like the Spearmint, but if that's all they had, I'd order it just because the toothpaste works so well. I love that it comes in recyclable/reusable materials and I repurpose the jars for balms and lotions.
Overall, I HIGHLY recommend.