Nature's Gate, Natural Toothpaste, Crème de Anise, 6 oz (170 g)
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- 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
I lived in India for years and loved the idea of having a fennel/licorice taste in my mouth after meals, but for whatever reason I don't feel like it makes sense in a toothpaste. I think the concerns over sodium lauroyl sarcosinate and hydrated silica are unjustified. I was unable to find any strong research that indicates a health hazard with either substance. There appears to be some confusion with the far more dangerous sodium lauroyl sulfate, which definitely has some issues, but I don't see any ingredients of concern in this product (I'm a chemistry instructor). Besides, you can see the ingredient list before you buy, so no one should be complaining about it as though they didn't know...
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.
This product has great feature
Posted by 5044672901429974271 on Oct 18, 2016
This toothpaste is amazing :)
Posted by chriswillisau on Oct 09, 2016
I bought this some time ago and I loved the taste. I'm one of those people struggling to mentally change away from a fluoride toothpaste despite the health consequences. It's also difficult justifying non-fluoride toothpastes when I buy them to my family. With all the alternative products I use, they must think I'm a fruit loop! Would be good if this was cheaper. I think that'd help. Maybe one day I'll go back to this because I really liked it.
Posted by 5161074860438736490 on Sep 28, 2016
I have always been fond of this series and will continue to prefer them to ordinary paste on the shelves here in Japan.
Nature's Gate Natural Toothpaste Creme de Anise
Posted by Zephilicious on Jul 29, 2016
Love this toothpaste. Love the taste and love the fresh feeling after use. Will certainly buy again.