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Nature's Gate, Natural Toothpaste, Crème de Anise, 6 oz (170 g)303 Reviews
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0.53 lbs (0.24 kg)
- Product Code: NAG-00152
- UPC Code: 078347001523
- Package Quantity: 6 oz (170 g)
- Dimensions: 7 x 1.8 x 1.8 in, 0.45 lbs (0.2 kg)
Combo Discount: -$2.00
- Journey to Wholistic Beauty
- Natural* Toothpase
- Flouride & Carrageenan Free
- Cruelty Free & Vegan
- Soy Free
- Paraben Free
- Sulfate Free
- No Artificial Flavors or Sweeteners
Light up any room with Nature's Gate toothpaste, a responsible choice for oral health. Formulated to gently clean and polish teeth while freshening breath. Smile with confidence.
Nature's Gate signature AntioxiDental Blend of Aloe, Ginger, Bisabolol, Cranberry, Pomegranate, White Tea, and Grapeseed work together with Calcium Carbonate and Baking Soda to help refresh and clean teeth and gums.
Brush teeth thoroughly, after each meal or at least twice a day, or as directed by a dentist.
Calcium carbonate, glycerin, water, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, xanthan gum, illicium verum oil*, quillaja saponaria (soap bark) root extract, camellia sinensis (white tea) leaf extract, punica granatum (pomegranate) fruit extract, vaccinium macrocarpon (cranberry) fruit extract, vitis vinifera (grape) seed extract, zingiber officinale (ginger) root extract, sodium bicarbonate, calcium glycerophosphate, bisabolol.
No animal by-products or testing
iHerb Customer Reviews
Why on earth does a company that goes to the trouble of soy based inks on its packaging to appear natural, think it needed to have a foaming agent at all, when did we learn that was a necessary part of toothpaste? The chemical in question still creates carcinogenic by-products and is listed as "wash off applications only". So putting it on the most absorbent mucous membranes in your body is pure madness. If I didn't live in NZ I'd be posting it back.
There are some good things about this anise toothpaste: it's free of SLS, fluoride, parabens, propylene glycol, PEGs, saccharin and artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners and doesn't contain mint, which makes it suitable for people suffering from acid reflux, heartburn and gastritis, because mint may aggravate these conditions, but it does contain sodium lauroyl sarcosinate and hydrated silica. Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate is a synthetic surfactant and foaming, emulsifying and viscosity controlling agent, which is suspected to be an environmental toxin, allergen and irritant. Hydrated silica is a pretty harsh abrasive which may harm and damage the enamel and prevent its remineralization. Glycerin is a safe ingredient but sometimes may interfere with the remineralization of the tooth enamel. The other ingredients are not that bad, though: calcium carbonate and sodium chloride are relatively mild abrasives, aloe vera juice is known for soothing and healing sore gums, reducing redness and inflammation, relieving the symptoms of gingivitis and parodontosis, calcium glycerophosphate is a safe antiplaque agent, carrageenan (natural, not its degraded and chemically processed variety, poligeenan) is a natural thickener made from seaweed, bisabol ol, anise oil, soap bark, white tea leaf, pomegranate, cranberry, grape seed and ginger root extracts are great for preventing and reducing plaque and tartar build-up, killing harmful tooth decay-causing bacteria and stimulating the growth of tooth-protective, non-acidic bacteria, removing stains, strengthening the enamel, protecting against caries, fighting halitosis and prom oting fresh breath. But overall, there are better and safer mint-free toothpastes out there.