Fluoride Free Toothpaste Brands

As people are actively looking for toothpaste without fluoride, a lot of brands are responding to the hike of demand and producing fluoride free toothpaste. In recent years, a lot of brands have emerged with the rise of demand for natural/organic products including toothpaste. A lot of them have fluoride free line of products.

Having said that, let’s find out what are the major fluoride free toothpaste brands.

Tom’s of Maine

Tom’s of Maine tops the list with the variety of fluoride free toothpaste they have, including whitening and anti-sensitivity. They are a really well known brand and claim to use all natural sourced ingredients. Though their toothpastes are often criticised for containing SLS but when I asked, they said it’s perfectly safe.

The most popular fluoride free toothpaste Tom’s of Maine Antiplaque and Whitening Fluoride-free Toothpaste, Peppermint, 5.5-Ounce (Pack of 2).


Now Foods

Now foods, with their XyliWhite line of non fluoride toothpastes, is pretty popular. XyliWhite toothpastes use Xylitol instead of fluoride. Xylitol is an all natural, well-tolerated substance that occurs naturally in many fruits, berries and other natural sources. It helps protect against tooth decay and supports oral health, exactly what fluoride does, but in a harmless way. You have a lot of options and flavors to choose from.

One of the most popular is Now Foods Xyliwhite, Baking Soda Toothpaste, Platinum Mint, 6.4-Ounces.

Nature’s Gate

Nature’s Gate produces all natural fluoride free toothpaste for the natural lovers. No animal testing and no animal by-products, no added artificial color and no fluoride formula for advanced oral protection. Be sure to see the ingredients list before purchasing as they have the fluoride versions too.

One recommended toothpaste from Nature’s Gate would be Nature’s Gate Natural Toothpaste.

You can use the following boxed results to find other options too.


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