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lavera Neutral Tooth Gel with Sea Salt - 75ml

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Product code: 4580


lavera Neutral Tooth Gel With Sea Salt will effectively remove plaque leaving you with clean, fresh teeth and gums.

  • Neutral Tooth Gel With Sea Salt 75ml

This tooth gel will gently clean teeth and gum without disturbing the important natural balance of oral flora. The combination of sea salt and natural silicic acid helps prevent cavities, tartar and tooth decay, whilst carvone oil to keep breath smelling fresh!

  • Free from fluoride & phosphate
  • Suitable for sensitive teeth & gums
  • Suitable for use with homeopathic treatment
  • Organic beauty
  • Vegan-friendly

About lavera:

lavera provide a diverse range of products for facial, body and hair care. Made from raw plant material, free from synthetic perfumes, colourants and preservatives, all their products adhere to the strict guidelines set forth by the BDIH.


  • Neutral Tooth Gel With Sea Salt 75ml


Sorbitol, Aqua (Water), Hydrated Silica, Xylitol, Maris Sal, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Disodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Xanthan Gum, Glycerin, Carvone, Calendula Officinalis Extract*, CI 75810.

* Ingredients from certified organic agriculture


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Very nice alternative with a less intensive minty taste than usual toothpastes plus no fluoride.

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