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Kids Toothpaste with Strawberry
Size (1)*: 75ml clear please select size
Kids Toothpaste with Strawberry
Size (1)*: 75ml clear please select size


Toothpaste in gel form for the kids’ first teeth, with plant extracts and strawberry flavor. Also suitable for babies, from 6 months and up.



What it offers

• Treats and cleanses the oral cavity

• Protects against plaque and caries

• Soothes the gums

• Gives fresh and cool breath

• Pleasant strawberry flavor

• Contains natural stevia


Why we formulated it

The herbal extracts of sage, Greek thyme, propolis and grapefruit effectively treat and cleanse the oral cavity. Sage oil and thyme oil, in addition to providing cool breath, have strong antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and therefore provide protection against plaque, the main cause of tooth decay in new teeth. Recent research confirms the antibacterial and antimicrobial activity of grapefruit extract. Propolis acts as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antimicrobial, soothing the gums from inflammation (gingivitis) and neutralizing the germs that grow in the oral cavity. Stevia, a natural source of sugar, does not affect the health of the teeth.




Apply an amount the size of a pea to the special kids brush and brush once or twice a day.




Suitable for homeopathy.

In case of irritation, discontinue use.



Store the product in a cool and dry place, away from sources of heat and protected from light.



Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging.



Formulated with

Aqua, Hydrated silica, Glycerin, Cellulose gum, Aroma, Sorbitol, Sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate, Citric acid, Stevia rebaudiana leaf / stem extract, Salvia Officinalis leaf extract, Citrus grandis fruit extract, Thymus vulgaris leaf extract, Propolis extract, Sorbic acid.


Formulated WITHOUT

Mint, caffeine, fluoride, saccharin, gluten, parabens, fragrance allergens, SLES & SLS, dyes.



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