Jack n’ Jill Natural Organic Toothpaste – BLACKCURRANT

Jack n’ Jill Natural Organic Toothpaste – BLACKCURRANT


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This fun fruity forest tang will be sure to entice little lovelies into the bathroom for a good teeth brushing sesh!!

Loved all around the world, these tubes of goodness are perfect for tooth care without the worry of swallowing nasties.

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Jack n Jill Natural Organic Toothpaste Blackcurrant

Jack n’ Jill super popular all natural toothpaste suitable for little mouths! A toothpaste that little ones can actually swallow. In a range of flavours to suit even the fussiest of toddlers. You can finally minimise tantrums at teeth brushing time with this gorgeous range from Jack n’ Jill. These toothpastes not only put parents’ minds at rest… but also keep little ones happy! Winning all round!

Jack n Jill Natural Organic Toothpaste Blackcurrant

  • Rich in Xylitol, perfect to fight tooth decay
  • Organic Calendula to soothe those sore gums
  • Organic Natural Blackcurrant Flavour (forest fruity goodness!)
  • Fluoride Free, Sugar Free, Colour Free, SLS Free, No Preservatives, Gluten Free
  • Safety Seal, and also Easy Open Flip Top Cap
  • BPA Free, and Minimal Recyclable Packaging

Opened tube should be consumed within 3 months.

Remember, this is a natural and chemical free product which can spoil if not handled with care or stored properly.

Proudly Made in Australia.



Jack n’ Jill toothpaste was born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1949.

Jack and Jill toothpaste has now been re-formulated to be 100% safe for young children – especially because they have a tendency to swallow it!

All Jack and Jill packaging is designed to be appealing to children and is cute enough that parents won’t mind them sitting on their bathroom vanity.

Alongside the toothpaste, they have designed and manufactured the first children’s toothbrushes that are made of cornstarch, and are therefore biodegradable and recyclable.

Did we mention ‘cute’?