Georganics Natural Organic Toothpaste
Product Name: Georganics Natural Organic Toothpaste
Product Description: Georganics was found by Alex Rocchi back in 2015. Alex Rocchi has a goal to bring natural products to the people, and we thank him for that and hope that it will fulfill his goals.
A few days ago, I stumbled on Georganics toothpaste on eBay. I checked the ingredients, and I was more than happy to order some of them. I ordered six different types of Georganics toothpaste. I ordered these flavors: Red Mandarin, Sweet Fennel, Tea Tree, Spearmint, Ginger, and Peppermint. Toothpaste is packed in the jar, and you need to dip your toothbrush in the jar before toothbrushing.
Georganics was found by Alex Rocchi back in 2015. Alex Rocchi has a goal to bring natural products to the people, and we thank him for that and hope that it will fulfill his goals. Georganics formula is to uses only organic ingredients without any toxic elements in their products. All ingredients are derived from plants or fruits. Georganic uses natural materials to fight bacteria in our mouth and claims no use of artificial synthetically made chemicals. They believe in being able to source every ingredient from purely organic sources. Natural Toothpaste Brands also believes that and companies like Georganics are the reason for making this website.
Georganics promises to use only organic ingredients from certified crops. They use minerals and salts from real, unaltered sources. They choose healthy ingredients that promote oral health without glycerine, SLS, and preservatives.
Georganics Toothpaste Ingredients
There are really no bad ingredients that we should talk about. Instead of that, I will focus on healthy ingredients and how they can promote our oral health. It is probably obvious to you already that Georganics will get a perfect review rate.
- Calcium Carbonate
All Georganics kinds of toothpaste have this ingredient. Calcium Carbonate is food grade element found in rocks. So it is food grade element, and you can eat it.
- Cocos Nucifera Oil
The reason why I love this toothpaste already, even before I got my hands on it. I just love coconut oil, and I use it for many other things. So when I see coconut oil in toothpaste, I know that the toothpaste manufacturer knows his job.
- Caprylic & Capric Triglyceride
Maybe triglyceride word will scare you, but there is nothing scary behind it because these triglycerides are not the ones we have in the body (that we don’t want to have), this is triglycerides derived from coconut.
Kaolin is derived from rocks rich in kaolinite. This ingredient is used as a cleaning substance. It is much better to use kaolin than hydrated silica.
- Diatomaceous Earth
Another ingredient derived from rocks will sure help you clean the worse problems on your teeth. But, again, there is nothing dangerous behind this scientific term; it is an entirely natural product found in rocks.
- Sodium Bicarbonate
Just like coconut oil, when I see sodium bicarbonate, I know the toothpaste is a real deal. And when I see these two ingredients combined, then we have a highly rated toothpaste.
- Organic Food Grade Oils
Each of Georganics toothpaste has its own oils derived from organic farming crops, and all of them are food graded ingredients. Toothpaste that uses oils is more expensive than that conventional toothpaste with synthetic chemicals produced in the laboratory. But this oil’s purpose is not just to give extra flavor to the toothpaste, but oils are proven to fight against bacterias. That is one reason I have bought six different Georganic kinds of toothpaste to test all 6 of them and see which fits me best. And I would like to combine them. Spearmint and Peppermint for fresh breath. Ginger and Sweet Fennel for extraoral health.
Georganics is setting up standards high. They are based in the UK, but I see them conquering the world very fast because the product is affordable and contains elements that every natural toothpaste should have. With zero dangerous or even doubtful ingredients, this toothpaste company did a job many others have failed. I will keep updating this post when I get my hands on the toothpaste and when I test them for a longer period, so keep posted.