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Say NO to Toxic Teeth! Our Top 10 Natural Toothpastes

By Chere Di Boscio

Beware! There are toxins in your toothpaste!

Most Eluxe readers will now be aware of the dangerous chemicals lurking in conventional toothpastes: from fluoride and triclosan to sodium laureth sulphate and artificial sweeteners, heavy chemicals in toothpastes can cause everything from thyroid problems and arthritis to liver disease and cancer. A recent study of Colgate  Total toothpastes just revealed that there are indeed cancer-causing agents in that brand, and it has been proven that brands with microbeads can actually cause gum disease.

In short, off-the-shelf toothpastes should be off your bathroom shelf forever!

Luckily, plenty of hard-working, good-tasting alternatives exist! They may take some getting used to in terms of their lack of foam and uber-sweetness (caused in normal toothpastes by harmful chemicals like saccharin), but the long term results are well worth it–these natural toothpastes are sometimes even more effective than chemical ones!

Here’s our list of the Top 10 Natural Toothpastes. Don’t worry if these aren’t stocked in your local drugstore or pharmacy; your can  buy all of these easily online–just click the links in the titles.

1.  Green People’s Spearmint and Aloe

This certified organic toothpaste is great for anyone with delicate teeth and gums. Even if kids swallow it, it’s 100% non-toxic, free of all harmful chemicals, and removes plaque and reduces bacterial growth. Natural mint oils leave a fresh flavour, meaning this toothpaste is as close to the conventional ones that you can get.

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2.    Jack ‘n’ Jill Organic Banana Toothpaste

This natural organic banana toothpaste is aimed at kids 6 months plus, but hey–you may like it too! It has a high safety rating from  on EWG‘s Skin Deep – it’s rated the  safest kids toothpaste on the market. In fact, it’s the only kid’s toothpaste to be rated at a zero health risk for children. It is sweet (thanks to Xylitol), safe to swallow, fluoride free, sugar free, SLS free, with no added colours,  preservatives or mint (which kids sometimes dislike).

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3. Lavera Toothpaste

Natural care for healthy teeth comes with sea salt and minerals, as well as  propolis  and echinacea extract. Free of all nasties, the calcium carbonate and silicic acid ensure thorough removal of plaque. Of course, regular brushing of the teeth removes bacterial plaque, which is mainly responsible for caries, paradentosis and tartar. With sea salt and minerals, in addition to extracts of  arnica,  myrrh  and yarrow, this toothpaste ensures a healthy bacterial flora in the mouth.

 

 

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4. AloeDent Triple Action Toothpaste

Ingredients here include soothing Aloe Vera; Silica, a natural mineral used to help keep teeth clean, helping to prevent cavities and for natural whitening; Co-enzyme Q10, Escin (a component from Horse Chestnut seed) and Tea Tree Oil, nature’s own antiseptic for healthy gums; Chitosan to attack bacteria; plus Peppermint oil and Menthol for that great fresh minty taste. A best-seller, and frankly, one of our favourites!

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5. Jason Powersmile Toothpaste

Peppermint oil provides a powerful burst of fresh flavour, and and leaves your breath fresh for hours. The three natural tooth whiteners ensure coffee and wine stains disappear, but that being said, there are no harsh abrasives. As an added bonus, the naturally  anti-bacterial Perilla Seed Extract helps prevent tartar build up.

 

 

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6. Weleda Plant Gel Toothpaste

This  contains natural silica, which cleanses thoroughly yet gently, easing sensitivities and inflammation. Regular use helps reduce the build up of plaque. This gel formulation with soothing chamomile is especially gentle on tooth enamel and delicate gums, whilst refreshing peppermint and spearmint oils keep breath fresh.

 

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7. Australian Tea Tree Fresh & White Toothpaste

This toothpaste offers natural protection for healthy gums and whiter teeth, and of course the formula is fluoride free, SLS free and ensures protection for healthy gums and whiter teeth. Tea tree oil is an acquired taste, but it is a powerful, natural anti-bacterial agent.

 

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8. Dr Organic Aloe Vera Toothpaste

Regular brushing with Dr Organic Aloe Vera Toothpaste provides a whitening, anti-cavity and soothing action and still a great minty taste.  This triple action toothpaste is formulated with Organic Aloe Vera, Silica, Icelandic Moss, Horse Chestnut and Tea Tree oil to leave your mouth bacteria free and sweetly scented.

 

9. Weleda Salt Toothpaste

Some people love this one–like, obsessively–and some hate it. Why? Obviously because of the salty flavour. This Salt Toothpaste was originally developed in consultation with doctors and dentists, and the rather unique result is an effective cleansing action that is pH balanced.  Due to the osmotic action of the concentrated salt solutions, saliva flow is increased, which helps to wash  away of decay-producing residues, and reducing the formation of tartar, the evil forerunner of plaque that leads to nasty  caries. Salt Toothpaste neutralises caries-promoting acids, particularly after meals–just half an hour after cleansing the teeth, the normal pH balance of the mouth is restored, no matter how much sugar and acidic food you’ve eaten. This is holistic mouth care at its best!

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10. Dr Bronner’s Peppermint Toothpaste

Made with over 70 natural ingredients, this is a wonderful, all natural toothpaste with a nice, minty kick that even kids will love. This is a  low-foaming formula that reduces plaque, whitens teeth and freshens breath, leaving you with a tingling clean feeling.  As you’d expect from this trusted natural brand, the toothpaste  is vegan, fluoride-free, non-GMO certified, NSF certified and contains no synthetic ingredients at all.

11. Blisque Organic Toothpaste

Blisque is a brand that was born due to negligence in the organic oral health care market after the brand noticed that several ‘natural’ brands of toothpaste were loaded with synthetic compounds and artificial derivatives of what was previously natural raw material. Stripping their toothpaste back to basics, Blisque created a toothpaste where every single ingredient was beneficial and necessary for oral hygiene. With the option of sweet mint or herbal mint, this is a low-foaming paste that will naturally whiten teeth and keep breath fresh. They’ve recently released a mouthwash, too, so you can keep those gnashers even cleaner and breath nice and fresh.

…And Don’t Forget Your Mouthwash!

Mouthwash is normally just as full of nasty, toxic chemicals as toothpaste.

If you use  alcohol-containing mouthwashes over a long period, this is sure to dry out your mouth and change its natural pH, increasing your risk of mouth and throat cancers. If a mouthwash contains a harsh detergent like cocamidopropyl betaine, this makes it even worse.

Mouthwashes also commonly contain fluoride, a systemic poison, and sorbitol or saccharin, which causes bladder cancer in animals. Additionally,  there are synthetic colours, aromas and flavourings, which are basically perfumes that only temporarily hide foul odours. As they are composed of volatile solvents, they can also alter the basic flora of the mouth in the same way as alcohol and may cause dermatitis around the mouth. Combinations of several strong flavourings may be particularly irritating, and methyl salicylate (oil of wintergreen), eucalyptol (oil of eucalyptus) and thymol – even if they are naturally derived – are also highly toxic. Just 10ml of methyl salicylate can poison a child; 30ml can poison an adult.

Make sure your mouthwash is pure, like Organii, which is based on Aloe Vera and contains only natural ingredients. We love the Citrus flavour, which has a fruity, zesty kick and is gently refreshing.

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29 Comments

  • Reply
    Ikbal joseph
    Dec 4, 2015 at 2:15 pm

    I am very interested in your product for my pharmacy ,please send all the natural and organic. Thanks

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    Tammy Olsen
    Feb 2, 2016 at 4:42 am

    The best natural toothpaste I found is Kristas Natural Products, its organic, comes in glass and the spearmint is delicious

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    Hanne
    May 1, 2016 at 12:34 pm

    Does it matter if you use toothpaste with toxins if you don’t swallow them?

    • Reply
      Chere
      May 1, 2016 at 2:04 pm

      Hi Hanne

      It kind of does: of course no one’s going around eating toothpaste 😉 But if you think of how much toothpaste you’re using over the course of a lifetime, even tiny bits, when ingested twice every single day, can be toxic.

      • Reply
        Hanne
        May 5, 2016 at 1:32 pm

        Thanks for the quick reply! And yeah, that does make sense. Do you have a personal favorite toothpaste/mouthwash? I just bought Urtekram Mint & Green Tea Toothpaste to try, but a shop near my house also sells (from the list above) the child toothpaste (#2), Lavera (#3) and Jason (#5)… does one of these stand out from the others? (Then I know which one to buy next time ;))

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          jan
          Oct 14, 2016 at 9:59 pm

          hi, did you ever receive an answer hanne??

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        christina
        Jan 24, 2017 at 10:34 pm

        It’s important to realize that the mouth lining is very absorbent, meaning toxic ingredients in toothpaste can get into your bloodstream through the skin.

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    Supriya
    Sep 30, 2016 at 7:30 am

    Thank you for sharing this with us i was not aware of that toothpaste .i read your article and found jack n jill organic banana toothpaste is best because This is natural organic banana toothpaste but i m confused between welled plant gel toothpaste can u please suggest me which one i should choose??

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      Chere
      Sep 30, 2016 at 4:22 pm

      Hi Supriya

      Jack and Jill is really more for kids, so I would say go with Weleda 🙂

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    jan
    Oct 14, 2016 at 10:01 pm

    Are there any that you would recommend for someone like me converting to a natural toothpaste?

    • Reply
      Chere
      Oct 15, 2016 at 2:58 am

      Sure Jan! Try Kingfisher, Weleda or Aloe Dent 🙂

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    Steve
    Nov 28, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    The best organic, all natural toothpaste and mouth wash I’ve found it Clean Kiss… http://cleankiss.com

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    Charlotte M
    Jan 24, 2017 at 10:17 am

    I love the forever bright toothgel, it’s so good on my sensitive teeth and tastes great!

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    christina
    Jan 24, 2017 at 11:04 pm

    The new brand Akamai is the best I’ve found. It has fulvic acid & aminos for healthy gums and remineralizing of the teeth plus a brilliant blend of essential oils. It was formulated in collaboration with holistic dentists and is endorsed by Dr. Andrea Mustian, DMD Harvard School of Dental Medicine.

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    Janice M. Salazar
    Feb 2, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    i want the aloedent toothpaste..how can buy that product.i want to use..wht is the color that toothpaste?

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      Chere
      Feb 2, 2017 at 4:30 pm

      Hi Janice! As with all the toothpastes in the article, you can click on the brand link to buy. Aloedent is green, I think
      Hope that helps!

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    Tina
    Apr 8, 2017 at 4:06 pm

    What of aloe bright toothgel? I learnt it contains aloe Vera gel and bee propolis. No fluoride or additives or other chemicals. I have been using it for over 4yrs now. It keeps the gum healthy, heals wounds,aches or holes. And so on. My kids use it too.

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    green
    Aug 27, 2017 at 9:44 pm

    Thanks. I find the antibacterial agents such as Triclosin mess up my digestion. So what I am looking for is one without antibacterials but does contain fluoride.

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      Chere
      Aug 28, 2017 at 12:30 am

      Fluoride is super toxic! It causes granules of the stuff to calcify in your brain – literally! It’s called brain sand – check it out. It’s also toxic to bones and dangerous for pregnant women. Finally, there’s zero evidence that fluoride does anything to help teeth at all. Avoid!

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    Krystal
    Oct 15, 2017 at 2:57 am

    Can’t believe you don’t mention thieves toothpaste. Love my toxin free . No dyes or fluoride. All natural with our young living essential oils. Tastes great . Even mt picky 14 yr old. Love it! Face book: Hugs,Love And Oils

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    Haley
    Jun 2, 2018 at 1:29 am

    I wish more toothpaste brands would fit all their information on just the tube. I find it pointless and is just more trash to have to take it out of the box and is only immediately going to be thrown away…
    I will definitely try the Lavera.

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