This unflavoured toothpaste was initially developed as a result of autistic children who have a problem with taste, even to the extent of not liking the taste of water. This has resulted in a paste with no flavour or sodium lauryl sulphate and with 1450ppm fluoride. Other possible outlets for unflavoured paste include, people who simply don't like the taste of mint, children who need to increase their fluoride from 500-600ppm to an adult dose, as very often low fluoride paste is banana or strawberry flavoured.
Hydrated silica, glycerine, sorbitol, xylitol, cellulose gum and sodium benzoate.
Children of 6 years and younger : Use a pea sized amount for supervised brushing to minimize swallowing. In case of intake of fluoride from other sources consult a dentist or doctor. Brush your teeth at least twice daily. Dentists recommend you change your toothbrush at least every three months.