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Redmond Earthpaste - Natural Non-Fluoride Toothpaste, 4 Ounce Tube (1 Pack, Lemon Twist)
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|Ingredients||Purified water, food grade redmond clay, xylitol, redmond real salt, lemon essential oil, lemon verbana essential oil, tangerine essential oil, lime essential oil. See more|
|Item Weight||0.25 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.5 x 2.5 x 6.25 inches|
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- NATURAL CLEANER – Earthpaste naturally polishes away surface stains without any chemicals or additives
- INGREDIENTS – No glycerin, no Fluoride, no SLS, no Coloring, non- GMO. Only real Ingredients, such as Bentonite Clay, Xylitol, Sea Salt, Essential Oils. All Natural, Vegan, Gluten Free
- SAFE TO SWALLOW – Each ingredient in Earthpaste has been used to support healthy body systems, so while we don’t recommend eating it, you won’t have to worry if your toddler decides to make it a snack
- NO POISON WARNING – Ever wondered why most toothpaste tubes include a poison warning? Not earth-based we never add sodium fluoride as others do in fact every ingredient in earth paste has been used to support good health
- UGLY YET LOVELY – Amazingly natural toothpaste. Earthpaste is the ugliest toothpaste you’ll ever love. Most toothpaste includes the same chemical used to make paint and vinyl fences white. If it looks like mud at least it's healthy delicious mud. Once you start brushing you'll notice that earth paste doesn't foam like other toothpaste That's because earth paste doesn't have foaming agents
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AMAZINGLY NATURAL TOOTHPASTE - With Just a Handful of Natural Ingredients
Have you ever tried to find a toothpaste without glycerin, fluoride, foaming agents, or coloring? We couldn’t find one, so we made Earthpaste — only five ingredients, and they all come from the earth! Water, Redmond Clay, Real Salt, essential oils, and xylitol. (Unsweetened Spearmint Earthpaste doesn’t have xylitol — now we’re down to four ingredients!) And Earthpaste really works! No foaming agents, no coloring, no glycerin, and no fluoride. Everything your mouth needs to feel clean, and nothing extra.
The Clay of 1000 Uses
For thousands of years, people have used clay for a variety of reasons. Over time, the practice of using clay was forgotten by most cultures, but as the holistic health and organic food movements gain momentum, people have become more open to traditional products like Redmond Clay. Since the 1970s, Redmond Clay has become a staple in households across the world.
Earthpaste began because we couldn’t find a natural toothpaste we loved for our families. We wanted a toothpaste that was as natural as possible, so we started with hydrated Redmond Clay and added Xylitol, essential oils, and Real Salt. And that’s it. Earthpaste is amazingly natural toothpaste.
Safe to Swallow!
We own the clay deposit and control the entire process from the mine to the store shelf.
The clay comes from right here in the USA, which means less miles and a smaller carbon footprint.
We’ve installed enough solar panels at our Redmond, Utah location to power almost all of our operations there.
A Few Facts - Clay of 1000 uses
- Face masks
- Detox baths
- Topical paste
- Body powder
- Moisture control
- and 995 other ways to enjoy it!
Foaming Agents and Chemicals
Most brands of toothpaste contain foaming agents like SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate), chemicals like titanium dioxide that whiten the toothpaste but don’t benefit your teeth, or questionable ingredients like fluoride. Not Earthpaste. Each ingredient in Earthpaste is completely natural and serves a specific purpose to help you achieve a clean, healthy mouth. Dentists are frequently impressed with the cleanliness of teeth. Earthpaste is toothpaste unlike any other you’ve experienced — you’ll see the difference on your brush and feel the difference in your mouth.
Why we do what we do…
At Redmond, we’re passionate about wellness and believe nature has it right with products and people. Real products are rarely the idealized image of perfection that many have been led to believe. As with products, so with people. We believe people have a certain beauty born not of idealized image, but of natural uniqueness. We embrace real, and believe it to be the essence of life and the source of wellness of mind and body. This belief was the foundation upon which we’ve built the Redmond family of brands, including Real Salt, Earthpaste, and Redmond Clay.
Redmond as an Organization
By most standards, Redmond is a very different organization. In today’s business world, many companies exist around the idea that profit is the sole reason for existence, and that employees are a means to that end. By contrast, Redmond’s philosophy is that profit is the means, but that the end goal is elevating the human experience for both customers and employees. This is evident in Redmond’s business practices, its commitment to improving the community, and its promise to provide continual growth opportunities for its employees.
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Purified water, food grade redmond clay, xylitol, redmond real salt, lemon essential oil, lemon verbana essential oil, tangerine essential oil, lime essential oil.
Earthpaste is safe to eat. Rinse or swallow at your discretion - either would be fine.Wet brush before applying. For best flow, stand tube upright.
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Prop 65 lists of over 900 substances, including lead, that businesses are required to warn consumers about. Lead is a natural element in soil, so it can be found in trace amounts in anything that is grown or drawn from the earth — including fruits, vegetables, and, of course, Earthpaste.
Since our bodies can’t absorb naturally occurring lead in many natural products, like Bentonite clay, proposition 65 allows exemptions for natural products like mixed nuts and brussels sprouts that would otherwise have to claim lead levels many times more than the limit imposed by the legislation. We believe Earthpaste falls under the exempted products definition, but we’re pretty cautious around here, and not terribly interested in defending civil action by prop 65 watchdogs hoping for a settlement or share of daily fines. So we updated our packaging to avoid the kind of mess that would be hard for a company our size to weather.
And if that doesn't convince you, know that it's not by some process that the lead ends up in the toothpaste, it is naturally occurring in bentonite clay! As for the reviewer that said to do your research (citing an article where the writer also says you won't find lead in fruit because the fruit doesn't touch the soil) doesn't know that lead in water is incredibly dangerous because it is unbound lead! It binds to your body where it causes problems by lingering and building up. Yes the clay is found deep down in the earth so it will contain trace amounts of other minerals including lead. Here is a little of the science behind why bentonite binds lead as well as other toxins:
While bentonite clay does contain small amounts of lead, it’s thankfully not bioavailable to the body… meaning that the lead doesn’t leach out of the clay and into the body. It’s already bound by the clay and held there.
Bentonite clay has a negative electrical charge and is searching for things that have a positive charge… like lead. So even though it contains trace amounts of lead, it’s holding on tight to the lead, not letting it go in your or your child’s body.
I hate to see people jumping to criticize companies that are trying to be responsible without knowing the background behind the warnings. I am an engineer for a company that manufactures the instruments that labs use to see how much of any element is in a sample. This includes wastewater testing for mine sites as well as companies that manufacture electronics and test lead paint against state standards. The standards by which the test the water is more lenient than anything earthpaste has to contend with so trust that it's an insignificant amount you could potentially be ingesting (that you will pass anyways). Lead is everywhere, and getting it from this toothpaste is one product you don't have to worry about.
I didn't realize that the glycerin in most toothpastes is what bacteria GROW ON!
When my dentist recommended Earthpaste to me, he had no idea how bad the "drugstore toothpaste" really was. I've been using it for 3 years now, and I no longer wake with "fuzzy sweater" on my teeth every morning!
The glycerin provides a kind of 'scaffolding' for the nasty gunk to grow on overnight. Talk about making you a return customer! When you wake up with fuzzy teeth, what's the first thing you do? You brush your teeth AGAIN. And AGAIN. And AGAIN!
Before you know it, you've got FLUORIDOSIS. The US is the only "first world" country that still puts this HEAVY METAL into the water supply. Why people think that's safe, I can't imagine. Look up fluoride on pubmed (NIH's published medical research aggregating database) and you'll be surprised.
And "Vegetable Glycerin" is usually corn, corn is GMO and loaded with glyphosate! So if your teeth are "sensitive" stop using toothpaste that has fluoride and glycerin, as a first test, and see if you improve.
And read the LABELS! Just because it's a "natural" brand doesn't mean it's safe.
I'm not a dentist or doctor.
This is only MY EXPERIENCE--YMMV.
Xylitol is an ingredient in most Earthpaste formulations, and actually has some dental cleansing advantages beyond sweetening-- it's an antibacterial and helps break down biofilms on the teeth. But if you really don't want a sweetener, even a healthy one, in your toothpaste, then Spearmint is the one to get. I found the Spearmint flavor to be completely acceptable and even refreshing. My sense is that they are not necessarily trying to create the tastiest toothpaste in the world, rather the healthiest. But Spearmint did taste fine to me. I've also tried this Lemon flavor, which is real good. And both of these taste better than the homemade baking soda + salt tooth powder my parents often used when I was a kid.
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The box is clearly marked with "May contain lead" warnings. I doubt there is any lead, but the health conscious here may wish to avoid due to ambiguity.
My other issue is that it does not say on amazon that it may contain lead. I think they need to change the listing to include this because lots of people try to avoid lead and some people HAVE to avoid lead such as pregnant women.
Love it, but it's very expensive
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Product detailsSize:4 Ounce (Pack of 1)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 2.5 x 2.5 x 6.25 inches; 4 Ounces
- Item model number : Lemon Twist 4oz Tube
- UPC : 785927380243 787734624718 885260244957 885662211229 788142951403 794437320748 018788105664 601652628149 885138919116 794438003961 731646268232 749447378296 885591022293 731338907517 731339100023 885259979884
- Manufacturer : Redmond
- ASIN : B00BCQ2TOG
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