Natural Whitening Toothpaste with Fluoride - Ben & Anna
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We love this Natural Whitening Toothpaste with Fluoride that comes in a beautiful glass jar with an aluminium lid.
We searched high and low and tested every plastic-free toothpaste we could find....we nearly gave up hope on finding a toothpaste that we liked. And then along come Ben & Anna. The taste and texture of this toothpaste is the closest to regular commercial toothpaste that we have found, with the added benefit of being natural, vegan, cruelty-free as well as plastic-free.
The large size of the jar and the fact that you only need to use a small amount, means that your toothpaste will last you a long time. Much longer than a plastic tube of commercial toothpaste. We absolutely love this range at Vera-Bee and think you will too!
'If you have been struggling to find a natural plastic-free toothpaste you like, this is definitely one for you to try. It has a gel-like consistency (the same as regular toothpaste) and a lovely minty taste from the natural mint oil extract.' Colette @ Vera-Bee.
A natural whitening toothpaste
This natural whitening toothpaste is a powerhouse in the fight against discolouration! The natural whitening is provided by pineapple enzymes while sage adds a dose of Vitamin A. Fluoride and antioxidants create a protective shield against tooth decay and free radicals and the mint oil extract will leave your mouth feeling beautifully clean and fresh.
What we love...
- Certified natural cosmetics
- Protects against tooth decay
- 100% vegan
- Free from parabens, EDTA, phtalates, triclosan, SLS, formaldehyde, peroxide, fluoride and microplastic
- Supports Ocean Cleaning
- Suitable for the whole family
Hints & Tips
Apply a small amount onto your toothbrush with the wooden spatula provided, brush your teeth for two minutes and rinse well. Avoid getting water inside the jar. You're all done. Make sure you smile.
How long does it last? Around 3 months + if used every day.
Shelf Life: 6 months once opened. Recycle the glass jar and metal lid. The EDE liner (found in lid) which keeps all products fresh and is currently required by law should go in your landfill bin.