Caring for your kids teeth and saving the environment

If you can survive the teething phase, there’s nothing quite as adorable as when your baby cuts their first tooth.But caring for those pearly whites can be a little tricky when you’re starting out, and if you’ve ever read the ingredient list of most commercial brands of toothpaste you’d be wise to exercise some caution when putting these chemicals into the mouths of babes.


Discover Jack N’ Jill organic toothpaste for kids.

Jack N' Jill Natural Toothpaste - 5 flavours

This range contains no fluoride, no preservative, has no added colour and is SLS free.  All natural flavour extracts are Certified Organic (USDA), Food Grade, Kosher, Vegan, Gluten Free, and contain no allergens.

Safety Seal, Easy Open Flip Top Cap, BPA Free, Minimal, Recyclable Packaging.


Silica, Vegetable Glycerin, Xylitol (fights tooth decay), Certified Organic Calendula Officinalis Extract (Sooths swollen gums), Xanthan Gum, Certified Organic Natural Flavours (Raspberry, Banana, Blueberry, Blackcurrant, Strawberry), Purified Water.

Calendula is included for its natural healing power and powerful anti-inflammatory properties, good for young teeth and gums.


The fact that it’s made in Melbourne, Australia, is also a major plus!

Jack N’ Jill toothpaste is a family company formulating their products to be 100% safe for young children. Being eco-conscious parents themselves, Justin and his wife Rachel also designed new packaging that is minimal, recyclable and BPA free.

Jack N' Jill toothbrush

Jack n’ Jill also make a unique range of toothbrushes which are made from one hundred per cent cornstarch. This means not only are they safe for little mouths, they have very little impact on the environment, with the handle completely recyclable and compostable. Given that toothbrushes should be replaced every two months, it’s a thoughtful feature. They are also very cute! There are two ergonomically designed styles – hippo and bunny.

Your little darling will love them!


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