- Type : Tooth Paste
- Ideal For : Unisex
- Quantity : 110 g
- Pack Of : 1
- Set Contents : 1 toothpate
If you want naturally white teeth, then why not get that by using a naturally effective stain-removing toothpaste.
Our All-Natural Whitening toothpaste features premium ingredients that dissolve and polish
away surface tooth stains. It contains papaya enzymes that help dissolve stains that form a
sticky brownish film on surface of teeth. And pearl powder and silica that help polish away
Plus it adds a raft of ingredients that help fight against plaque formation and keep your breath fresh. No chemical preservatives, no artificial coloring, no artificial flavouring, no artificial anything. Period.
All Pearlie White® toothpastes do NOT contain SLS, Parabens, Triclosan, Titanium Dioxide, Artificial Coloring, Polyethylene Glycol (PEG), Propylene Glycol (PPG), Alcohol Diethylene Glycol (DEG), Mineral Oils, Retinol, Saccharin, Peroxide.
Pearlie White® does NOT conduct any form of testing on animals. INGREDIENTS
All Natural Formula
All ingredients derived from nature
Pearl Powder and Silica
Deeply clean and polish away tooth stains
Papaya extract enzymes help dissolve away stick stains on surface of teeth
Calendula and Xylitol
Deeply Help fight against plaque formation
Provides antioxidant benefits
Full ingredient listing: Glycerin (vegetable-derived), Water (aqua), Hydrated SiIica (mineral-derived), Xylitol (plant-derived), Cellulose Gum (plant-derived), Natural Mint Flavor (plant-derived), Xanthan Gum (plant-derived), Pearl Powder (mineral-derived), Citric Acid (plant-derived), Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil (plant-derived), Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract (plant-derived), Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil (plant-derived), Papain (plant-derived). HOW TO USE
Use morning and night as you would use your usual toothpaste.
With regular use, you will notice a difference to the whiteness and shine of your teeth in just a few weeks.
We recommend using a soft toothbrush like our range of Pearlie White BrushCare toothbrushes
Make it a point to see your dentist once every 6 months