Kingfisher Natural Toothpaste
Kingfisher: Award winning natural toothpaste.
The Kingfisher range of award winning natural toothpastes are proof that Toothpaste really can be natural and effective. Each Kingfisher toothpaste carries the important BDHF logo, which means they have the approval of the British Dental Health Foundation and subsequent recognition as an effective way to help keep your teeth & gums clean and healthy. In fact, Kingfisher was the first natural toothpaste range to receive this important accolade from the BDHF!
Who are Kingfisher?
Kingfisher is the UK's leading natural toothpaste brand, which was founded in 1988 by Richard Austin. From behind the counter of one of the UK’s first wholefood shops, Richard came to the conclusion that people would want to buy toothpaste that didn’t rely on artificial colourings, flavourings, sweeteners and preservatives to do its job (after all every time you brush your teeth some of the toothpaste you use is absorbed into your teeth and gums). When it was possible to manufacture a toothpaste that met his strict requirements, Richard launched his toothpaste at a Homeopathic Conference in 1988. Happily, people liked the toothpaste straight away and many have been using Kingfisher ever since.
Do Kingfisher toothpastes contain any artifical colours or flavourings?
No! Kingfisher toothpastes are free from artificial colourings, flavourings, sweeteners & preservatives. Instead, you will only find natural ingredients like real Fennel, real strawberries and real Peppermint.
Is Kingfisher cruelty free?
Yes! Kingfisher is strictly vegetarian (in fact it is vegan). It uses no animal ingredients whatsoever and has never used animal testing.
Do Kingfisher toothpastes contain any GM ingredients?
No!, All Kingfisher toothpastes are GM-free.
I’m currently having homeopathic treatment. Can I use Kingfisher toothpastes?
If your homeopath advises you not to use a mint toothpaste, try Kingfisher Fennel Toothpaste with Fluoride 100ml or Kingfisher Children's Strawberry Toothpaste 75ml.