Expiry date : 4.2017
Soothes sensitive teeth and gums
Weleda Plant Gel Toothpaste contains natural silica which helps reduce the buildup of plaque while organic chamomile extract soothes sensitive gums. Gentle and mildly antiseptic myrrh and organic ratanhia extracts, both used for centuries for oral health, keep teeth clean and sparkling with regular use. An invigorating taste of lively mint and citrus leaves your mouth and breath refreshed.
All-natural and fluoride-free, Plant Gel Toothpaste harnesses the natural cleansing power of plant extracts and minerals to leave teeth clean and breath refreshed.
Glycerin, Water (Aqua), Hydrated Silica, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Alcohol, Krameria Triandra (Ratanhia) Root Extract, Commiphora Myrrha (Myrrh) Extract, Chamomilla Recutita Matricaria (Chamomile) Flower Extract, Esculin, Xanthan Gum, Flavor*, Limonene*.
* from natural essential oils
How To Use:
Apply a small amount of Plant Gel Toothpaste to a dry toothbrush, and brush over the teeth and gums for a thorough cleaning.
About the brand - WELEDA
It all goes back to 1921 in Switzerland when a philosopher, Rudolf Steiner understood that a human body has the potential to heal itself, but sometimes it needs a little help. So Weleda was formed to make products that work holistically, supporting our own bodies’ healing potential and the name couldn’t have been more appropriate: Weleda is the name of the Celtic goddess of wisdom and healing.
Weleda products are totally natural. All Weleda products are guaranteed 100% natural by Natrue, an international kitemark to help you identify products that are genuinely natural. When you see the Natrue logo you can be assured the product is truly natural and free from artificial colours, fragrances and preservatives. Not only that – they have never tested on animals.
Effective 1st April 2015, all goods and services may be subjected to GST 6% upon checkout.
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