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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

NEWS: Healthy gums for a healthy planet

Originally posted on Hippyshopper by moi a while ago and given a spring clean just for you.

Who knew cleaning ones teeth could be such a political act. I switch the water off whilst brushing (natch) and have recently started using the divine Fennel flavoured Kingfisher flouride free toothpaste. I have also tried Tom's of Maine (now owned by Colgate) which is great but I am sticking with Kingfisher as it is produced in the UK. Kingfisher works as good as anything else I have ever tried and it tastes naturally flavoured, has no GM ingredients or any nasty parabens. Plus it is nice to know that I am using a toothpaste that Ethiscore rate as the most ethical toothpaste around (it's actually tied in first place with Tom's of Maine although now they are own by Colgate I expect that will change). Kingfisher is available from most supermarkets for around £1.29



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