Natural toothpowder refill

The all-natural tooth powder by the Clay Cure

 

The Clay cure is one of my top favourite natural cosmetic companies. 

All that they create is pure goodness and is made with so much love and care. Founders Ana and Zeljko Bozic are real alchemists dedicated to Mother Earth and to create a better world. They trust in the healing powers of nature and walk a path of integrity and kindness. Their philosophy, genuine care for people and love of the earth are reflected in the high-quality products they create. 

 

Today, I would like to share my experience with the Clay Cure’s Natural Tooth Powder.

 

Inspired by ancient traditions of cleaning teeth with clay and chalk, their

range of Natural Tooth Powder is made with pure Ecocert clays and salts packed with minerals such as calcium, silica, magnesium and manganese. They use the best organic essential oils in their formulations. It can regulate the PH of your mouth and help re-mineralise the enamel. 

With natural antibacterial and antiseptic ingredients, the Clay Cure’s Natural Tooth Powder proves to be effective against the formation of tartar and plaques. 

 

Contrary to ordinary toothpaste, the Natural Tooth Powder doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals and is made with the finest natural ingredients that promote healthy oral hygiene, making it suitable for sensitive teeth and for children.

 

I find the Natural Tooth Powder to be as efficient as any commercial toothpaste and much more agreeable to the taste. Especially since the Clay Cure has done a great job creating 6 different flavours; from the classic peppermint to the more elaborate lemon myrtle and myrrh. The Natural Tooth Powder will leave you with a clean mouth, fresh breath and great taste!

 

Ecologically mindful, the Clay Cure seeks to provide biodegradable packaging whenever possible. 

The Natural Tooth Powder comes in a handy hard plastic jar that you buy once and in biodegradable paper pouches as refills for your pot. This type of plastic is made to last and is not meant to be thrown away. For those who prefer not to buy plastic at all, simply fill one of your beautiful glass jars with the content of a biodegradable refill pouch, as I do myself.

 

Helene Akashi  

https://www.helenaakashi.com/

 

 

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