Georganics only use natural ingredients and all our ingredients have an important part to play in maintaining a healthy mouth.
Our flavours are: Activated Charcoal, English Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Orange, Spearmint and Tea Tree. A beautifully refreshing range of flavours but they’re not just for taste, let's explore their oral care properties.
Activated charcoal is a form of carbon, treated to make it’s surface porous, meaning it can absorb food, tartar, plaque and bacteria in your mouth, freshening your breath. Activated charcoal is abrasive and as such can remove surface stains on your teeth.
This flavour is perfect for you coffee and tea lovers as they are one of the biggest culprits of staining our teeth.
Peppermint is an amazing plant, with so many benefits. It has cooling and numbing properties that can effectively soothe toothache. It is an antibacterial so it can kill bacteria in the mouth, as such it is a great way to fight off cavities and gum disease.
Eucalyptus has a history of being used as a pharmaceutical. It has antibacterial properties and will fight off bacteria, resulting in fresher breath. By attacking the bad bacteria eucalyptus can help prevent plaque build up and tooth decay.
Orange oil is extracted from the fruit of Sweet Orange trees. It is a soothing way to freshen your mouth and breath. The added plus is that children love the flavour, making it a great way to get your kids into an oral health care routine.
Spearmint is a natural anti-inflammatory and with antibacterial properties, so it can help fight bacteria. It has been noted to fight off food-borne bacteria such as E.coli.
Tea tree was originally used to make tea, for it’s nutmeg aroma, fun fact! Tree Tree is believed to be an antibacterial with the ability to kill bacteria and can also relieve bleeding gums.
So why settle for an average tube of plastic toothpaste? When you can explore all these incredible natural flavours with all their amazing health improving properties, all in eco friendly sustainable packaging.
What flavour will you try next?