All the ingredients in Earthpaste are from the earth. Earthpaste won't be what you are used to because it is completely natural with very few ingredients. Redmond doesn't add titanium dioxide to make it white, nor do they add any foaming agents. Earthpaste is natural in colours - it's how toothpaste should be.
Redmond keeps it real! As a company they have looked for a great toothpaste but they never found one - so they made their own.
Redmond uses real salt, and hydrated Redmond Clay and have added Xylitol and essential oils. That's it. Nothing more. Redmond hopes you enjoy their Earthpaste as much as they do! Earthpaste is safe to eat. Rinse or swallow at your discretion - either would be fine. Wet brush before applying. For best, stand tube update.
Features: No glycerin, no fluoride, safe to eat, from the earth, no artificial colouring, no foaming agents
Ingredients: Purified water, food grade redmond clay, xylitol, cinnamon essential oil, redmond real salt, tea tree oil.
[California Residents Proposition 65] WARNINGS: This product contains trace amounts of lead, a substance known to the State of California to cause birth defect or other reproductive harm. This product may not be appropriate for consumption by children or pregnant women.
Maggie: more than a year ago
Redmond has a silky smooth texture and leaves my teeth smooth and clean. My teeth are a little whiter since I've been using it. I'm not a fan of the peppermint because that formula has menthol in it, which I cannot stand. It's true the cinnamon doesn't taste like cinnamon, but I bought food grade essential oil of cinnamon which I can add to my brush. It does come out in a thing strip, but I just pile it up; it stays on the brush ok. This is my all-time favouite toothpaste. It is really effective. I speak as a former dental professional.
Julie: more than a year ago
Super awesome! By far the best toothpaste I have EVER tried. Everrrrrr! No, it doesn't foam - but foaming doesn't mean it's cleaning. No, it doesn't make cute little swirls of white on your toothbrush, but does that matter?? Contrary to some of the comments below, I've had no problems applying it to my toothbrush. Mouth is clean, teeth are clean, perfect.
To be honest, I was expecting something pretty awful. I've had a mouthful of clay before, and it wasn't pleasant. But this is nothing like that at all. I even have my 7 year old son using the peppermint flavour and he's fine with it. This is a kid who hates mint toothpaste! But he's never given me a word of complaint about Earthpaste.