Desert Essence, Natural Tea Tree Oil Toothpaste, Mint, 6.25 oz (176 g)
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- With Baking Soda & Essential Oil of Mint
- Fluoride Free
- SLS Free
- Gluten Free
- 100% Vegan
Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil Dental Care Products are the perfect choice for your oral hygiene routine. They contain no harsh abrasives, synthetic sweeteners or artificial flavors. Formulated with simply pure and natural ingredients to keep your mouth feeling fresh and you feeling confident throughout the day. Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil Dental Care Systems include Toothpaste available in four flavors: Fennel, Ginger, Mint and Wintergreen with Neem; Mouthwash, Dental Floss, and Dental Tape.
Cruelty free; no animal testing of raw materials or final product.
Calcium carbonate, glycerin (vegetable derived), water (aqua), melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf distillate, sodium coco-sulfate, carrageenan (plant derived), mentha piperita (peppermint oil), sodium bicarbonate, eco-harvest melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, sea salt.
No artificial preservatives, sweeteners, coloring or harsh abrasives.
This the best tooth paste I have ever used. Removes coffee stains,seriously... I highly recommend it. Its natural & at a great price as well :)
When I was choosing fluoride free toothpaste, I bought several brands to try out. I found a few without xylitol and this one has a nice fresh mint taste. No fluoride also meant no SLS, paraben, or artificial flavors and we are happy to make the switch. Although there is no synthetic sweetener,s I like the flavor. ======================================================================================================= If you found this review helpful, please let me know by clicking the “Yes” button below the review. I have more reviews in mypage. . Thank you!
misleading in ingredient!!
Posted by 5551392219016975085 on Aug 24, 2016
they claimed they are natural and SLS free but Sodium coco-sulfate is another very similar ingredient—the only difference is that instead of using just one lauryl alcohol to start with, they use a blend of fatty acids from coconut oil, react them with sulfuric acid, then sodium carbonate, to create sodium coco sulfate!! DONT FAKE YOUR CONSUMERS.
WAS an Excellent Toothpaste
Posted by MacnAZ on Jun 05, 2016
This is a revision/update to my previous review(s)…. I have been doing the best that I can to avoid SLS and SLES for many months. I was pleased that I had learned that these chemicals could cause skin problems and that it was best to AVOID them. You can find these chemicals in toothpaste, soaps and many other items that will contact your body in one way or another. A couple of weeks ago I started to wonder about Sodium Coco Sulfate and decided to do research and find ANSWERS! When I did the research I was very disappointed with what I found because the companies that are making a BIG DEAL about their product being from coconut is misleading. It is an outright LIE that the coconut form of SLS is different. It is NOT! They are DECEIVING the consumer. Sodium Laurel Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate and Sodium Coco Sulfate are chemically THE SAME! [CH3(CH2)11SO4Na] There is no difference in the molecular structure. They are synthetic detergents. Sodium Laurel Sulfate (SLS) is made by mixing lauryl alcohol with sulfuric acid and then adding sodium carbonate. Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) is actually worse and to make it less irritating they ethoxylate it. This means they add ethylene oxide to modify it. This reduces the irritation level of the chemical. SLES is a cheaper form of SLS and that is why many companies use it. The source of the raw materials; whether from coconut oil, palm oil or petroleum does not matter. Through the chemical synthesizing process the end product is still SLS or SLES and it is STILL BAD! The end product is very different from the raw materials that are used. I am not able to put my source links here, so do some research of your own and then we can expose the deceptive labeling that some companies are using.
Mostly tastes just like baking soda
Posted by 4748625102776186235 on Apr 07, 2016
The Mint flavour is very light but still leaves my mouth feeling fresh! Not a fan of the baking soda taste.
Ideal toothpaste for those without eczema
Posted by 5151416500217566218 on Mar 16, 2016
I am replacing my regular Colgate toothpaste with organic ones and I have been using this toothpaste for a few weeks. Like it enough to repurchase but after using the Now Xylitol white, I prefer that one because this is quite hot in the mouth.