Tom's of Maine - Natural Toothpaste Botanically Bright Whitening Fluoride-Free SLS-Free Spearmint - 4.7 oz.

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Tom's of Maine - Natural Toothpaste Botanically Bright Whitening Fluoride-Free SLS-Free Spearmint - 4.7 oz. Now you can have an SLS-Free toothpaste you love with Tom's of Maine's Fluoride-Free Natural...
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Tom's of Maine - Natural Toothpaste Botanically Bright Whitening Fluoride-Free SLS-Free Spearmint - 4.7 oz.

Now you can have an SLS-Free toothpaste you love with Tom's of Maine's Fluoride-Free Natural Botanically Bright Whitening Toothpaste with Aloe & Chamomile and the fresh flavor of Spearmint. Brushing regularly with Tom's of Maine's Natural Botanically Bright Whitening Toothpaste helps to whiten your teeth and freshen breath using ingredients 100% derived from nature. Tom's of Maine's Natural Botanically Bright Whitening Toothpaste uses silica to actively whiten (by removing surface stains) and restore your teeth to their natural color, and features an exclusive blend of botanicals, soothing chamomile flower and certified organic aloe vera. Tom's of Maine's Natural Botanically Bright Whitening Toothpaste contains spearmint oils that freshen breath. Tom's of Maine's Natural Botanically Bright Whitening Toothpaste contains no SLS, artificial preservatives, synthetic additives like phthalates or artificial flavors. Tom's of Maine's Natural Botanically Bright Whitening Toothpaste is also fluoride and paraben free.

Sorbitol, Hydrated Silica, Water, Glycerin, Xylitol, Organic Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Lauryl Glucoside, Natural Flavor, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Xanthan Gum, Titanium Dioxide, Carrageenan, Stevia Rebaudiana Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract.

 

Direction :

Helps remove plaque build-up with regular brushing. To open, twist off cap and remove foil seal. Brush thoroughly, preferably after each meal but at least twice a day, or as directed by a dentist or physician.

 

Warning :

Do not use if foil seal is not intact.to dog owners! Canine ingestion of xylitol promotes the release of insulin and wreaks havoc with a dog's normal glucose levels, causing hypoglycemia-in other words, a sugar crash. The dose of xylitol will affect the severity of the response, but that dose is also affected by the animal's own ability to produce insulin and its sugar metabolism rates. For more information, see the American Veterinary Medical Association.

 

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