Desert Essence, Natural Tea Tree Oil Whitening Plus Toothpaste, Cool Mint, 6.25 oz (176 g)
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|Combo Discount:||- $1.11|
- Brightens Teeth
- Helps Reduce Plaque
- Freshens Breath
- Fluoride Free
- SLS Free
- Gluten Free
- No Animal Testing
A combination of natural teeth whiteners and natural breath fresheners to leave your teeth feeling cleaner and brighter. Bamboo Stem Fiber and Baking Soda help fight stains naturally. Sea Salt and Zinc Citrate help reduce plaque, while Wintergreen and Australian Tea Tree Oils freshen your whole mouth. For a brighter smile and fresher breath, use Desert Essence Whitening Plus Toothpaste, Mouthwash, and Tea Tree Dental Floss twice daily.
Calcium carbonate, water (aqua), glycerin, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf distillate, gaultheria procumbens (wintergreen) leaf oil, carrageenan, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, bambusa arundinacea stem powder (bamboo), phyllostachis bambusoides juice (bamboo), aloe barbadensis leaf juice, zinc citrate, calcium ascorbate (vitamin C), equisetum arvense leaf extract (horsetail), sodium bicarbonate, sea salt, phytic acid, stevia rebaudiana leaf/stem powder.
I like it
Posted by 5176723138772432520 on Dec 14, 2016
BestToothpaste I've Ever Used
Posted by 5152407841275469412 on Nov 19, 2016
I can see my teeth getting more white after just one use! This is actually a very powerful stain fighting natural toothpaste! I'm in love!
Posted by 5408134850884020860 on Nov 09, 2016
Posted by cherylphchan on Sep 18, 2016
Good for value
Tea Tree Toothpaste
Posted by MacnAZ on Sep 04, 2016
This is a good product overall. It has carrageenan in it and that is not good. I will have to figure out what sodium lauroyl sarcosinate is. It looks a lot like a derivative of SLS, but I do not know. I am not sure if I will reorder this item. There are many brands of toothpaste available and the might be better.