Kingfisher Fluoride Free Aloe Vera & Tea Tree Mint Toothpaste 100ml

Kingfisher Fluoride Free Aloe Vera & Tea Tree Mint Toothpaste 100ml

Kingfisher Fluoride Free Aloe Vera & Tea Tree Mint Toothpaste 100ml

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Fluoride Free Aloe Vera & Tea Tree Mint Toothpaste

Kingfisher Natural Aloe Vera, Tea Tree and Mint Toothpaste is a fluoride free toothpaste that is also naturally antiseptic and soothing. This Kingfisher Natural Toothpaste is free from artificial sweeteners, flavourings, colourings and preservatives and will help keep your teeth, gums and mouth naturally clean, healthy and fresh.

  • 100ml natural Kingfisher toothpaste.
  • Fluoride free.
  • Minty fresh flavour from real mint!
  • GM free. SLS free. Cruelty free.
  • BDHF (British Dental Health Foundation) approved.
  • 100ml natural Kingfisher toothpaste.
  • Fluoride free.
  • Minty fresh flavour from real mint!
  • GM free. SLS free. Cruelty free.
  • BDHF (British Dental Health Foundation) approved.

Directions of Use

Use Kingfisher Natural Aloe Vera, Tea Tree and Mint Toothpaste with a toothbrush, morning and night, as part of your daily dental care and hygiene routine.

N.B Suitable for both adults and children. Children under six years of age should use a pea-sized amount for supervised brushing to minimise swallowing.

Ingredients

Ingredients Source Function
Calcium carbonate Chalk Gentle abrasive.
Glycerin Vegetable Moisture retention.
Aqua Purified Water Moistener.
Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate replaces sodium lauryl sulfate Palm Oil Stabilizer.
Hydrated silica Natural Ore Structuring agent.
Cellulose gum Plant Fibre Thickener.
Melaeuca alternifolia Tea Tree Antispetic.
Citrus limonum Lemons Fresh Taste
Aloe barbadensis Aloe Vera To soothe.
Mentha piperita Peppermint Fresh taste.
Limonene Fennel Fresh taste.

 

The Sumatran palm oil used in this toothpaste is always sourced from properly managed sustainable estates in the rainforest of Sumatra. The growers are working closely with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) on a Palm Roundtable initiative and are founder members of this organising committee.

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