Oral Care

Fluoride-Free Children's Toothpaste

Silly Strawberry™

5.1 OZ

Our Fluoride Free Children's Toothpaste uses calcium and silica to gently clean, and the delicious real fruit flavor appeals to your child's taste. No artificial sparkles and bubble gum flavors found here! Because it's fluoride-free, you won't have to worry if more toothpaste ends up in your child's tummy than in the sink!

UPC# 35000971227

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Fluoride-Free Children's Toothpaste

Fluoride free

Fluoride-Free Children's Toothpaste

No animal ingredients

Fluoride-Free Children's Toothpaste

Not tested on animals


Learn about the naturally sourced and derived ingredients included in Tom’s of Maine Natural Personal Care Products.

Ingredient Purpose Source
Glycerin Moistener / Humectant Derived from vegetable oils
Water Consistency Aquifer
Calcium carbonate Mild Abrasive Purified calcium from the earth
Hydrated Silica Cleaning / Polishing Derived from purified silica from the earth
Sodium lauryl sulfate Dispersant / Foaming Agent Derived from coconut and/or Palm Kernel Oil
Carrageenan Binder / Gum Derived from seaweed (Eucheuma sp.)
Natural Flavor Flavor Natural Flavor oils
Citrus limon (Lemon) juice Support Flavor Name Lemons
Mangifera indica (Mango) juice Support Flavor Name Mangos
Citrus aurantium dulcis (Orange) juice Support Flavor Name Oranges
Ananas sativus (Pineapple) fruit juice Support Flavor Name Pineapples
Fragaria ananassa (Strawberry) fruit juice Support Flavor Name Strawberries




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