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Aluminium-free natural sodium bicarbonate neutralises damaging acids and gently cleans your teeth without abrading the enamel.


No charcoal
chalk (calcium carbonate, ground rock)
powdered herbs nor
powdered bark
is added as these cause
accelerated erosion of  tooth enamel and dentin (the softer tooth below the gums that is not protected by enamel.)

The dentists we consulted have been pretty clear on this point. They have seen the damage & tooth sensitivities powders, toothpastes, and pressed powders with the above ingredients can cause. 


Therapeutic grade essential oils leave your mouth feeling clean and fresh.

Kānuka Citrus:
Kānuka adds beneficial anti-viral, antimicrobial, & anti-inflammatory actions for our tooth powder. The blend of citrus helps with inflammation, has anti-bacterial actions, and helps clean teeth. 


Mānuka Peppermint:
Peppermint helps to freshen breath, has some anti-bacterial action, & leaves teeth feeling squeaky clean. New Zealand's East Cape Mānuka also helps to freshen breath and has antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory actions. It just gets better & better.


No titanium dioxide is in our product. This is found in toothpastes, make-up, foods, lollies and more. It is a toxic heavy metal. Visit our blog, Titanium Dioxide, for more information.



Tooth Powder, Aluminium Free, 60 grams

  • Kānuka Citrus:
    Aluminium-free natural sodium bicarbonate
    Therapeutic grade essential oils of:
    Citrus limon, Kunzea ericoides, Citrus reticulata, Citrus sinensis at 0.09%
    No anti-caking agents, no fillers, no sweeteners.

    Mānuka Peppermint:
    Aluminium-free natural sodium bicarbonate
    Therapeutic grade essential oils of
    Mentha x piperita and East Cape Leptospermum scoparium

  • Wet soft toothbrush bristles.
    Dip into powder.
    Gently brush teeth.
    Brush tongue if desired.
    Rinse. Spit.
    Feel your freshened, smooth teeth.

    As with any new product, please try a small amount first.

    When brushing your teeth,
    use the softest brush possible.
    Yes, softest.
    Gently brush your teeth.
    Brushing them as if you're scrubbing the floor with the hardest brush possible wears away enamel & dentin and damages your gums.
    Inflammation and erosion are the result. 

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