Soothe + Clean - Dental

Soothe + Clean - Dental

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Using toothpaste isn't as intimidating as you think. We want your pet to live a long and healthy life, and to do that, dental health is so important!

We've created an all-natural polish style toothpaste for pets full of beautiful plant extracts and gentle abrasive properties to help maintain a healthy mouth. Every application helps and doesn't rely on you brushing every day to make a difference. Aim for 2-3 times a week to nurture your pet's health with the help of nature.

Made in Melbourne.

Calcium carbonate, glycerin (vegetable), cinnamon bark (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) hydrosol, sodium bicarbonate, xanthan gum, Nipaguard SCE (Sorbitan caprylate, propanediol, benzoic acid, Ecocert-certified preservative), cardamom (Elettaria cardomomum) essential oil, coriander seed (Coriandrum sativum) essential oil, lemon myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) essential oil, spearmint (Mentha spicata) essential oil, citric acid.

Calcium carbonate – A natural white mineral that helps to remove plaque, debris and surface stains.

Sodium bicarbonate – A natural salt that works at breaking up layers of plaque.

Cinnamon bark hydrosol – Traditionally used for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties to fight gingivitis and bad breath.

Cardamom, coriander seed and spearmint essential oils – Masters of fighting bad breath, these have all been used for millennia – yes, thousands of years – as antiseptics and to eliminate harmful bacteria. Ideal for protecting against tooth decay, freshening breath, and preventing ulcers.

For animal treatment only.

Using a spatula (or the end of a teaspoon), scoop a small amount of toothpaste onto a brush or cloth and gently brush your pet’s teeth and gums.

This is easiest when your dog is relaxed (Soothe + Calm can help with that).

If your pet is new to brushing, make sure you introduce it slowly, with lots of rewards!
Aim for a couple of minutes, two to three times per week for good results.