Urtekram Tea Tree Toothpaste

(£5.20 per 100ml)

Urtekram Tea Tree Toothpaste

(£5.20 per 100ml)
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An extra shot of the disinfecting effect.

Urtekram toothpaste cleans effectively with the forces of nature, and it contains a strong team. The chalk they use was created millions of years ago and is simply gathered from the bottom of the sea and then pulverised. That is also the reason that their toothpaste has the natural, light grey colour of natural chalk. Furthermore, this toothpaste has a high content of aloe vera, because it helps protect your gums and provides them with some additional care. And as a small extra bonus, we have also added myrrh, which is known for its disinfecting effect.


INCI): Calcium carbonate, aqua, glycerin**, xanthan gum, aloe barbadensis leaf extract*, melaleuca alternifolia leaf oil* (aroma*), commiphora myrrha oil, magnolia officinalis bark extract, limonene. ( *= ingredient from Organic Farming, ** = made using organic ingredients).



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Customer reviews 4.4 out of 5 (5 reviews)

Love it
E. S., Llanelli
Don't really like this , very runny and not keen on the taste
Mrs J. S., Ilkley
Love the taste
E. S., Llanelli
Clean my teeth of course.
Anyone I am a coeliac and very sensitive no bad reaction that's great.
Concerned maybe no fluoride how after some time that might impact on my teeth/ condition
However fluoride not really an option for myself
That's why I will say excellent!!
K. H., Ledbury
I really like this as I don't like mint and wanted an alternative to citrus flavours. It's a strong enough taste/smell to use after I've eaten garlic but gentle enough to not do any harm.
Mrs N. R., Norwich
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