You can thank the bees for this one. A strong mint-flavoured toothpaste made for adults with sensitive teeth. The star ingredient? Propolis — a material produced by honeybees to protect the hive from infection.
Assist in reducing swelling and sores inside the mouth (propolis)
Helps to reduce inflammation caused by gingivitis (tea tree oil)
Helps eliminate bad breath and gum diseases (natural herbal extracts)
What goes in.
Water (aqua), calcium carbonate, glycerin (vegetable), xylitol, silica, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate (from coconut), dicalcium phosphate dihydrate, cellulose gum, natural herb extract (mint oil, eucalyptus oil, cardamom, celery, caraway, coriander, dill, thyme, rosemary and sage), menthol, magnesium hydroxide, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, methyl salicylate oil of wintergreen), potassium chloride, propolis extract, stevioside (stevia). Caution: Do not use this product if you have an allergy to bees or bee products.
What's kept out.
Fluoride, parabens, artificial colours and flavours, preservatives, sugar and sulphates.
Did you know?
Did you know ‘hydrated silica’ is a common ingredient in sensitive toothpastes you buy from the supermarket? Ironically, hydrated silica is usually added for its abrasive nature. It’s actually been proven to damage enamel, the hard surface layer of your teeth.
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..