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The Greener Habits Co

Natural Toothpowder - English Peppermint

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Ditch Plastic:

Toothpaste typically comes in plastic tubes, and although some plastics can be recycled, this type of plastic is usually difficult to recycle, meaning most tubes once finished with end up in landfill or as plastic litter in the sea. Sigh.

Toothpaste also usually contains bleaching agents, SLS, foaming agents and even palm oil. And most high street brands are not vegan or cruelty free. So they aren’t good for you, the animals or the planet.

Enter- Natural, Plastic Free Toothpowder

This fine, natural powder by Georganics works by absorbing and polishing away stains and plaque that naturally form on our teeth. It's a completely safe and fast-effective formula made without the use of any chemicals like peroxides, fluoride compounds or synthetic flavourings. Georganics blend together a fine pharmaceutical Kaolin clay and Sodium Bicarbonate both of which food grade, so completely safe if accidentally ingested.

How to use:

Dip a clean, toothbrush into the powder. Brush for 2 minutes, rinse well. Use twice a day to remove plaque and stains. Make sure no water enters the jar to avoid bacteria growth. Once the jar is opened store in a warm, dry place for up to 12 months.

Additional Information & Overview:

Fluoride free, SLS free & glycerin free 

    • Whitening & stain-remove blend

    • 60ml jar- 1 month supply

    • Certified PETA cruelty-free & vegan ingredients

  • Comes in recyclable glass jar, aluminium lid and compostable box

Sodium Bicarbonate^, Calcium Carbonate ^, Diatomaceous Earth*^, Magnesium Carbonate^, Dicalcium Phosphate^, Tartaric Acid^, Mentha Piperita Oil*^, Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil*^, Citrus Aurantifolia Peel Oil Expressed*^, Tocopherol^, Ocimum Basilicum Oil*^. *Organic Certified, ^Food Grade.

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