This natural plastic free toothpaste is blended with organic Spearmint leaf essential oil which has a more delicate minty flavour to the English Peppermint. It is a strong antiseptic, eliminating germs and promoting healing.


The fluoride free and SLS free formulation is an ideal replacement to your conventional toothpaste (for toothpaste containing Fluoride, checkout the Toothpaste Tablets).


PETA Cruelty-free & Vegan and suitable for all ages, including children.


The plastic free toothpaste is packaged in a 60ml recyclable glass jar, aluminium lid and compostable box. This size jar should last 1 person 4 weeks brushing twice a day.


Directions: Put a pea-sized amount onto your toothbrush, brush for 2 minutes and rinse well. Seal the lid after use, avoiding water entering the jar. Store in a dry place for up to 12 months after opening.


Ingredients: Calcium Carbonate, Caprylic & Capric Triglyceride, Kaolin, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Diatomaceous Earth, Sodium Bicarbonate, Mentha Spicata Herb Oil, Tocopherol^, Limonene. Organic, Natural.

Georganics Spearmint Toothpaste (60ml Jar)

  • Georganics have strived to a create a natural, organic, cruelty free and plastic free toothpaste to provide an all round 'good-egg'. Around 300 million empty toothpaste tubes are sent to landfill every year, which is shockingly high! 


    Although Georganics toothpaste is a bit pricier to the normal toothpaste we see on supermarket shelves, not only are you helping the environment but I think it's worth the extra money just knowing that you're putting a fully natural product into your mouth twice a day.


    Natural toothpaste doesn't foam like other 'normal' toothpaste and has a slightly different texture, so it may have an adjustment period when you swap.

  • There has been a lot of controversy over the use of Fluoride with many articles online debating the subject, but it is very uncertain what research is legitimate and trustworthy. I therefore have decided to take the advice from my dentist who encourages the use of Fluoride, but everyone has their own opinion on the subject. Because of this, I have not tried this toothpaste so cannot give a review of the product itself. But I am fully behind what Georganics are trying to do.