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  • Oral Professionals
  • No Animal Testing
  • Palm Oil Free

Why Grin?

At Grin we’re all about what we leave in, what we leave out, and how we leave your teeth. Our formulation is natural and helps to improve your oral hygiene - because toothpaste needs to get the job done.
Bees make propolis - a gloopy substance has been recognised for its medicinal benefits for its antiseptic cleansing properties, just what you want in a toothpaste then.
The incredible healing powers of Manuka have long been recognised by New Zealand Maori, who for centuries have utilised this native shrub in treating a range of health conditions.
The alkaline nature of sea salt increases the pH balance of your mouth, creating an environment that bacteria really, really hate.
This active ingredient comes from the magnolia tree which is recognised for containing several natural, compounds that function as anti-inflammatory,
anti-bacterial, and anti-allergic agents.
It is the best alternative to fluoride and has been proven to provide the necessary minerals to remineralise subsurface areas of the tooth.
Baking soda is a salt composed of sodium ions and bicarbonate, which is really effective in removing stains from the surface of teeth, which gives teeth a whiter, brighter appearance.
Aloe Vera gel was just as effective as regular toothpaste in eliminating cavity-causing bacteria. It contains no harsh abrasives – making it a gentler choice for your little one’s mouth.
Calendula oil contains potent antimicrobial and antioxidant compounds that are effective in killing harmful, cavity-causing bacteria. It is gentle and soothing on developing teeth and gums.

Why Grin?

At Grin we’re all about what we leave in, what we leave out, and how we leave your teeth. Our formulation is natural and helps to improve your oral hygiene - because toothpaste needs to get the job done.
Bees make propolis - a gloopy substance has been recognised for its medicinal benefits for its antiseptic cleansing properties, just what you want in a toothpaste then.
The incredible healing powers of Manuka have long been recognised by New Zealand Maori, who for centuries have utilised this native shrub in treating a range of health conditions.
The alkaline nature of sea salt increases the pH balance of your mouth, creating an environment that bacteria really, really hate.
This active ingredient comes from the magnolia tree which is recognised for containing several natural, compounds that function as anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-allergic agents.
It is the best alternative to fluoride and has been proven to provide the necessary minerals to remineralise subsurface areas of the tooth.
Baking soda is a salt composed of sodium ions and bicarbonate, which is really effective in removing stains from the surface of teeth, which gives teeth a whiter, brighter appearance.
Aloe Vera gel was just as effective as regular toothpaste in eliminating cavity-causing bacteria. It contains no harsh abrasives – making it a gentler choice for your little one’s mouth.
Calendula oil contains potent antimicrobial and antioxidant compounds that are effective in killing harmful, cavity-causing bacteria. It is gentle and soothing on developing teeth and gums.

Testimonials

Grin brings a unique and exciting addition to the oral care market. Being the only toothpastes in New Zealand to include fluoride while still being free from common toothpaste nasties like SLS, parabens, triclosan, artificial sweeteners, and preservatives. 

Nic, Lead Dentist (BDS), and Founder of Alpers Dental

A young New Zealand company, Grin Natural Products, is producing a range of artisan toothpastes & charcoal-infused toothbrushes, adding a good choice to the important dental care category. I think there is export or online opportunity here.

Katherine Rich, New Zealand Officer

When it comes to fluoride, everyone should be able to make the decision to use it or not use it. Grin is the first New Zealand company to launch a natural with fluoride toothpaste, leaving the decision to the customer. Recommend!

Sunny K

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