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Tom’s Offers SLS-free Whitening Toothpaste

November 6, 2012


• Tom’s of Maine’s new Botanically Bright whitening toothpaste, a sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS)-free and fluoride-free toothpaste, has hit stores nationwide. Ingredients include chamomile flower, certified organic aloe, bee propolis and plaque-reducing xylitol, as well as stevia extracts for sweetness and pure peppermint and spearmint mint oils to freshen breath. Naturally sourced silicas whiten teeth without using bleaching ingredients, according to the company.

Botanically Bright whitening toothpastes are available in Spearmint with Aloe & Chamomile and Peppermint with Xylitol & Propolis flavor for a suggested retail price of $5.99.

More info: www.tomsofmaine.com
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