Redmond's Earthpaste Natural Toothpaste - Peppermint

Redmond's Earthpaste Natural Toothpaste - Peppermint

vegan palm oil free

A minty, peppermint flavoured toothpaste made with hydrated Redmond's clay, real salt and xylitol. Using wild-harvested essential oils for a fresh taste, this simple toothpaste is also vegan friendly, contains no gluten, fluoride or foaming agents and is completely palm oil free. 113g.

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  • Contains no synthetic colours or fragrances, no paraffins or petroleum products, and no synthetic preservatives
  • Choosing bodycare that does not contain petrochemicals or synthetic ingredients is better for you and the environment
  • No glycerin - Palm oil free

features:

  • Leaves mouth and teeth fresh and clean
  • Pure wild-harvested essential oils
  • Fresh peppermint blend flavour
  • Beige coloured from the clay - not whitened with titanium dioxide
  • Assists in remineralising 
  • Clay helps to bind to and draw out heavy metals and toxins
  • Alkaline
  • Safe to swallow
  • No foaming agents (like sodium lauryl sulfate) or fluoride

ingredients:

Purified Water, Bentonite Clay, Xylitol, Peppermint Essential Oil, Menthol, Sea Salt, Tea Tree Oil

113g. 

end of life:

Dental product packaging can be cleaned and returned to any Biome location for recycling with Terracycle.

Disclaimer: Please note that it states on the packaging that this product may contain lead and may not be suitable for children. 

Why it may contain lead:  

Prop 65: Californian lawmakers decided the public needs to know if their water supply contains toxic chemicals. So they compiled a list of 900 substances and required any business using those substances (including ingredients which contain the substances) to proclaim the use publicly.  The way prop 65 is enforced has created a defensive business strategy: infringements can cost businesses $2,500 per day, and nearly all cases are reported by citizens motivated to earn as much as 25% of that fee by “blowing the whistle,” as it were.  So when you see a prop 65 warning sign, the business might be using toxic chemicals, or they might simply have decided it’s cheaper to post a few labels than fight the civil lawsuits that prop 65 law firms might bring.

Tiny amounts of lead are in our planet’s water, soil, and air. Alone, lead molecules pose health risks. When bonded with other elements and compounds, which is the case with Redmond Clay, the bond is too strong for our bodies to break. Any bonded lead leaves the natural way, still bound to the same molecules as when we ingested it.

Earthpaste is one of many completely natural products that contains lead — though much less than the amount defined as safe by Proposition 65. 

Here are some interesting comparisons that show the amount of lead in some of these natural products.

  • Fresh collard greens: 30 micrograms of lead (50 x higher than prop 65 stipulates)
  • Dry roasted mix nuts: 20 mcg of lead
  • Brussels sprouts: 15 mcg of lead
  • Sweet potatoes: 16 mcg of lead
  • Spinach: 15 mcg of lead

In each use of Earthpaste, you would expect approx. 6 mcg of lead — five times less than in collard greens.

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