Natural Care Toothpaste by Tom's of Maine
Tom's Antiplaque plus Whitening Gel Toothpaste helps control plaque buildup and whiten teeth, every time you brush, without artificial ingredients or harsh abrasives that can damage enamel. Plaque is a sticky deposit that accumulates on teeth, and is the first stage of cavity development, tartar formation, and tooth staining. Tom's of Maine Antiplaque plus Whitening Gel Toothpaste cleans teeth and helps prevent plaque, when used as a part of a complete oral hygiene program. We've added silica to improve cleaning and remove stains that form on our teeth over time, making your teeth whiter. Fluoride-free formula. Some people do not want fluoride in their toothpaste. We produce fluoride-free toothpaste because we respect our customers' diverse needs and interests.
Brush thoroughly, preferably after each meal but at least twice a day, or as directed by a dentist or physician.
Sorbitol, hydrated silica, water, glycerin, xylitol, Spearmint & Peppermint oils, sodium lauryl sulfate, xanthan gum
About Tom's of Maine
The concept of natural personal care—products made without artificial or animal ingredients or chemicals—is one whose time has come. Tom's of Maine has been at the forefront of this innovative idea since their founding in 1970, and thanks to this early leadership, today it is the number one natural care brand, with nearly 200 employees and 90 oral and body care products found at more than 40,000 retail outlets across the country and world.
302 Lafayette Center
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