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Nelson Natural's original plastic free toothpaste will get your teeth squeaky clean without any waste and leave a fresh traditional spearmint flavour. Free from fluoride and other toxic chemicals, this waste free toothpaste is a must for any eco-bathroom.
Spearmint: The classic toothpaste flavour for the ultimate fresh breath! No funny business here. Slightly less sweet than our other formulas, the Spearmint toothpaste packs a punch.
The most effective natural toothpaste you can buy! Nelson Naturals plastic free toothpaste contains colloidal silver, a natural antibiotic that helps to not only kill plaque, but also controls the cavity-causing bacteria in your mouth.
When you brush with colloidal silver you can say goodbye to plaque build-up and say hello to fresher breath. Do your gums have a tendency to bleed? If so you’ll love the power of Nelson Naturals colloidal silver based toothpaste. Brushing with colloidal silver is one of the easiest ways to use the healing benefits and antimicrobial powers of the product.
Nelson Naturals mineral spearmint flavoured natural toothpaste combines powerful and effective ingredients, creating a toothpaste that’s not only as good as, but better than chemical based plastic tube toothpastes.
This natural toothpaste comes in a low impact glass jar and metal lid. At 60ml it is perfect for travel and on the go. With a delicious spearmint flavour.
Made in Canada. Packaged in a glass jar with a metal lid.
"Finally a zero-waste toothpaste! It took a little getting used to as it has a very bi-carb soda taste, but very happy with the clean you get. Love the little jar it comes in which I know I'll be able to re-purpose. Definitely recommended.
Ingredients: Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Colloidal Silver, Sea Salt (Sel Marin), Xylitol, Castile Soap, Trace Mineral Concentrate, Spearmint Oil (Mentha Viridis Leaf Oil). Does not contain glycerin, SLS or Fluoride.
Is it normal for the consistency of the paste to change? Yes, this is absolutely normal. The natural toothpaste won’t not go bad, but it may dry out if left out for an extended period. If you find your toothpaste has dried up, or it’s a bit more concentrate than you’d like, simply add some water to the glass jar and stir with a metal or wooden applicator. Start by adding only a few drops and continue to add small amounts until your preferred toothpaste consistency has been reached.
Be sure to place the metal lid back on the glass jar, this should prevent the toothpaste from drying out.
Is Nelson Naturals Toothpaste suitable for sensitive teeth? Yes, in fact many people have found they experience a decline in teeth sensitivity after using the natural product.
How do you use toothpaste in a glass jar? Using toothpaste packaged in a glass jar is a slightly different procedure than using your standard tubed version. The key: dip, brush, rinse and smile! The best way to use Nelson Naturals glass jar toothpaste is to simple dip your brush into the jar — unlike your standard toothpaste, you don’t need to apply as much to the brush. A little goes a long way! If the thought of putting your brush back into the jar is unappealing, you can opt to use a wooden applicator to dip and spread the paste onto your toothbrush.
Be sure to place the metal lid back on the glass jar to prevent the toothpaste from drying out.
Each dental product purchased supports Agape in Action's Health and Nutrition program.
This Health and Nutrition program supports children with simple and cost efficient measures to promote health and prevent disease. This program include dental health and hygiene - toothbrushes and dental checkups for children living in extreme poverty.
Giving is not just a side-gig, it's the heart of soul of this business. James & Deb, the founders of Goods that Give, are also the founders and directors of the international charity Agape in Action.
Goods that Give is a social enterprise donating 50% of all profits to charity.
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Not sure how I feel about this toothpaste - it could be that it's just a different experience to 'normal' toothpaste Pros: Glass packaging that can be upcycled; minty fresh feel; clean teeth without putting nasties in my mouth (if you wouldn't digest it, why would you clean your teeth with it? Cons: I don't love the texture and it's a little messy getting the paste from the jar to my toothbrush hygienically