Care for your family’s teeth with a little help from mother nature:
- Tea tree oil is antibacterial and will keep your gums healthy.
- Mint oil gives this toothpaste a fresh flavour and cooling, soothing properties.
- Research shows that xylitol kills cavity-causing bacteria.
- No synthetic fragrances, artificial preservatives, phosphates, petrochemicals, chlorine or bleaches used. Contains no lauryl sulphate.
- No animals were harmed to make this product.
- 100% biodegradable and non-toxic.
- No fluoride added.
Earthsap’s entire range of products has been developed by microbiologists using the very best natural ingredients. This fluoride-free natural toothpaste is safe for your whole family and kind to the planet as well.
- Teeth should be brushed at least twice a day, before you go to bed and after you wake in the morning, for at least 3 minutes to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
- When brushing, use gentle back and forth strokes, brushing all sides of the teeth. Always brush your tongue to remove any bacteria and keep your breath fresh.
Natural gum, vegetable glycerine, calcium carbonate, xylitol, baking soda, tea tree oil, mint oil & herb oils.
15 out of 25 people would recommend this product29/09/2016, By SaraI bought this product to replace the commercial brands and try something a little more eco friendly, knowing that it wold be a different experience. I sadly won be buying again as I just didn feel like my teeth and mouth were really clean. It may be more of a psychological thing, than a product thing... but I was very conscious of my breath not being as minty fresh as I would like.01/09/2016, By SarahI like the texture and taste. I think it cleans alright for a natural product.09/06/2016, By ReneI love this product but I also agree that it needs a more intense minty taste.02/05/2016, By Tanyaconvincing my husband to use natural products is difficult as it is.. its really hard if it doesn work too.. I told him lots of stories, like your taste buds are over stimulated with the mint in regular toothpaste, that is why this one feels like its not doing the job.. but the truth is, we both had like a badish breath week.. and he works with the public... If I could recommend a change it would be that they pump up the mint flavor.. and make the opening smaller, its to big for such a runny tooth paste.. and we regularly had toothpaste splats on the floor...10/02/2016, By SunaeOur objective for choosing toothpaste: a product that cleans our teeth properly that does not contain any harmful ingredients that may be harmful to us or the rest of nature. Earthsap aced it, with some added bonuses like a lot of foam and doesn burn your mouth so that even my 3year old boy uses it every day, evn their packaging is eco friendly!28/01/2016, By AlexI like this toothpaste a lot, especially because of the tea tree. But it needs to pack a minty punch which is missing. Recommend further product improvment24/01/2016, By LindaIm sure this is very good for me and that it works perfectly fine but it doesn feel like my teeth are clean. You have to go a long way to beat that minty aquafresh feeling...17/12/2015, By JohannaAfter making my own tooth paste, I was delighted to find the Earthsap peppermint and baking soda one. The baking soda is a natural whitener, the taste is fresh, the consistency just a little runny. It perfectly fits my desire for something simple and effective and natural. My husband prefers the Pure Beginnings Fresh Mint toothpaste which tastes and feels more like standard toothpaste.28/08/2015, By CarienI honestly do prefer the Peppermint one...21/08/2015, By RoxaneIt doesn taste bad, but this one doesn have that nice minty freshness that one comes to expect from a toothpaste. The peppermint one is much better.15/07/2015, By TinaIt took my husband and I a few days to get use to the product and then it was okay for 2 months. but a while back I forgot to purchase so had to buy from my local grocer. Ive missed the minty freshness and Im NOT keen to go back to this product. But, its not terrible, it just misses that freshness.19/03/2015, By RenscheI like the soft mint taste and the tea tree smell. It smell clean and my teeth feel clean and my mouth fresh.11/03/2015, By NicolaThe taste is rather off-putting; your mouth does not feel fresh at all after using it.25/02/2015, By AgnesThis product is awesome! It leaves my mouth feeling fresh and clean without harmful parabens and SLS. I strongly recommend it to anyone who has sensitive teeth as it helps relieve any pains, and to anyone who wants to use healthier cosmetic products.11/11/2014, By MiaNot too happy with this toothpaste..Could be a lot more minty and would be nice to have the foam last :(09/09/2014, By sashaI have receding gums from scrubbing my teeth too hard for many years, but even when I improved my brushing technique, my gums continued to worsen using conventional toothpaste. I tried many natural toothpastes, and tooth powders, and most of them were quite abrasive, and did not help my problem at all. Then I tried this, and my gums stopped getting worse. You have to be really thorough, but this toothpaste is really gentle, and effective. Also, I have been using this for about a year, and during that time, Ive had no new cavities, no tooth sensitivity, no problems of any kind. If you have receding gums- try this- it won make them any better, but it will stop them from getting worse.26/08/2014, By JonathanWorks super well and doesnt make food taste funny after you brushed. Nice and minty.12/02/2014, By GillianI love this toothpaste :) its not overpowering and doesn foam to much. When ever I walk into my bathroom and see the toothpaste I want to brush my teeth.24/10/2013, By candaceIm really enjoying this product although find you have to use a lot in order to really do a good clean18/11/2011, By SandsI DETEST this product! It tastes like a dog had a bath in my mouth and it contains calcium fluoride!? What's up!?11/11/2011, By RoaneIts a pity that the flavour of this toothpaste doesn last through the brushing, and it doesn foam for long either.10/08/2011, By nkululekoI received this flavor by mistake (which FTN quickly made up for) but i decided to keep it anyway and give it a try. for me the taste is a very mild minty taste. maybe the recipe has been changed or its simply a case of taste being subjective but there is nothing wrong with this toothpaste. this is as good as the peppermint and baking soda flavor09/08/2011, By CherylSodium Flouride is the toxic substance to avoid, since it is a waste product of the aluminium industry and the controversial addition to water supplies.
On November 27, 2008, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) gave the green light to the use of calcium fluroide as a food supplement in Europe. So, you can see that the two are very different! :-)07/08/2011, By PetroOne ingredient is missing Calcium fuoride....I think it should be fluoride. This is on the label of my Tea tree, mint & herbs. Not impress with this ingredient.28/06/2011, By debithis toothpaste takes some getting used to. and to be honest, after 2 weeks of trying, i'm going to have to admit defeat and reach for the aquafresh tonight. i'm certain it's good for me and does the cleaning job well, but it doesn't leave me with that "just brushed freshness". rather, it leaves me just on the edge of nausea (perhaps the tea tree?) sorry earthsap. i gave it my best shot.
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