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Toothpaste

With Aloe Vera

110g $4.20 RRP $3.00

Available: In Stock

The bathroom product with a cult following. A mild mint-flavoured toothpaste that offers the healing benefits of certified organic aloe and freshness of natural herbs, without the use of fluoride, SLS or parabens.

    The benefits.

    • Free from fluoride, SLS or parabens
    • Helps with sensitive teeth and gums or mouth ulcers (aloe)
    • Helps to reduce dental plaque (aloe)
    • Helps eliminate bad breath and gum diseases (natural herbal extracts)

    What goes in.

    Calcium carbonate, water (aqua), certified organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice, glycerin (vegetable), xylitol, silica, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, cellulose gum, dicalcium phosphate dihydrate, natural herbal extract (mint oil, eucalyptus oil, cardamom, celery, caraway. coriander, dill, thyme, rosemary and sage), stevioside (stevia), magnesium hydroxide, potassium chloride. Contains minerals: calcium, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, sodium.

    What's kept out.

    Fluoride, parabens, artificial colours and flavours, preservatives, sugar and sulphates.

    Did you know?

    Did you know many commercial toothpastes still contain fluoride? While it’s often touted as a protectant from tooth decay, it can be incredibly harmful when ingested. Long-term, it may cause damage to the brain and central nervous system.

    Geography.

    Proudly made in Australia.

    Grants of Australia

    Since 1984, Grants has been a bathroom sink staple for health advocates everywhere. Proudly, they offer alternatives to the toothpastes and toothbrushes on the health food store shelves. Their toothpaste is made from all natural ingredients and is completely free from all the bad guys — think fluoride, parabens, artificial colours and flavours, preservatives, sugar, sulphates and anything else that doesn’t belong. Meanwhile, their toothbrushes are crafted with biodegradable and recyclable materials. Still, Grants is so much more than oral care. Each year they donate toothpaste to support people who might not have access to this basic human rights, and they support organisations dedicated to animal rights..