Toothpastes

The right paste also protects the oral cavity, healthy teeth and gums. Our offer of natural pastes perfectly removes plaque, impurities and does not contain sulphates, artificial colors or sweeteners. With a few exceptions, they do not contain fluoride. This makes them suitable for individuals with sensitive teeth and gums. They have anti-inflammatory and calming effects.

Toothpastes - which ingredients to choose and which ingredients should you avoid?

As with choosing a suitable toothbrush, we should pay as much attention to the choice of toothpaste or mouthwash we use. Many of the ingredients used in conventional toothpastes and mouthwashes are highly toxic and abrasive. The problem is that the skin of our mouths is highly porous, which means that it allows direct access to the bloodstream.

Did you know that many of the synthetic chemicals in conventional toothpaste can be absorbed into your body and affect your nervous or hormonal system? For example, triclosan is an antimicrobial agent that is commonly found in personal care products. This substance has been declared an endocrine disruptor. This means that it affects the balance of our endocrine system, specifically thyroid hormones.

If health is a priority for you, toxic ingredients are ingredients you should avoid, whether you swallow them or not. In addition to triclosan, these also include sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), artificial sweeteners, diethanolamine or parabens. Fluorine-free toothpastes should be preferred.

Why choose natural toothpaste?

  • Natural and organic toothpaste refreshes the breath in the same way as conventional toothpaste.
  • Contains strong essential oils to refresh your breath naturally and without chemicals.
  • Mint and tea tree essential oils are in organic pastes because they have antibacterial effects to eliminate bad breath bacteria.

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