Jack N' Jill Toothpaste is 100% safe for young children - especially because they have a tendency to swallow it, rather than spit it out! All Jack N' Jill branding is designed to be appealing to children and is cute enough that parents won't mind it sitting on their bathroom vanity. Alongside the toothpaste we have designed and manufactured the first children's toothbrushes with handles that are made of NON GMO cornstarch, and are therefore biodegradable and recyclable. Did we mention 'cute'?
We are very excited that Jack N' Jill toothpaste has been evaluated by researchers from Skin Deep - the Environmental Working Group's database for the safety of personal care products.Â Our toothpaste rates with a 'zero' danger score - the safest rating they have. To see the safety profile for Jack N' Jill Natural Toothpaste on Skin Deep,Â click here. We are proud supporters of EWG - we refer their guidelines and resources regularly.
Rich in Xylitol,
Organic Calendula to soothe gums,
Organic Natural Flavours,
Fluoride Free, Sugar Free, Colour Free,Â
SLS Free, No Preservatives, Gluten Free,
Safety Seal, Easy Open Flip Top Cap,Â
Minimal Recyclable Packaging,
Made in Australia
Care of your Toothpaste:
Your toothpaste tube is sealed under the cap for hygiene.Â
Remove the safety seal and the replace the flip-top cap.
During normal use, small amounts of crystallized toothpaste will build up on the mouth of the cap.
- Using a clean damp cloth or wipe, remove all toothpaste residue from around the cap opening.
- Dry the cap with a clean, dry cloth.
- Close flip-top lid and store tube upright (cap facing up) in the Biodegradable Jack N' Jill Bathroom Cup.
- Always store oral care products as far away from the toilet area as possible.
It's important to always keep your toothbrush clean, and sterilize the head regularly. When the toothbrush comes into contact with the opening of the toothpaste cap, bacteria etc. can be transferred to the tube.Â
Please don't allow children to suck on the toothpaste tube. We know it tastes yummy, but it's unhygienic (can spoil the toothpaste) and not the intended use for Jack N' Jill. If this does occur then immediately clean the tube as above.Â