A big, hearty and wholesome hello to you, our lovely customers and distributers. Whether you’re new to truthpaste or you have been on the journey with us, we're delighted to finally be unveiling our lovely new website. This year has seen some big changes within truthpaste HQ. Founder Marisa has been working hard to take truthpaste onto the next level. As a company, we felt it was high time that our website and product range was due for an overhaul. We hope that you are excited as we are to be taking this next huge leap forward. It’s been a busy few months. It’s been a busy few years! But finally, we’re happy to be sharing with you the fruits of our labour of love.
The story so far? You can find most of this on our about page. To get you up to speed though, truthpaste was founded in 2014. It’s fair to say that the combination of a toothache, a curious mind and a long standing interest in holistic practice set the ball rolling, and has lead to one of the most unique oral healthcare products available in the current market. A 100% natural alternative to conventional toothpaste that has gone from strength to strength since it’s humble beginnings in a kitchen in Brighton 5 years ago.
Since then, we've continued to generate and maintain support through an amazing, eclectic and extensive client network. And as truthpaste Original delighted our customers worldwide, we’ve been working hard to develop our range to give you even more choice when it comes to ethical oral care.
So what’s new?
Long awaited and much anticipated. The amount of care and attention that has gone into ensuring the perfect formula has been a real journey. Are your kids sweet Super Citrus or Minty Monsters? These mild formulas have been lovingly made with little teeth in mind. All the benefits of natural botanicals with a coconut oil base, but without any foaming agents or artificial flavours. Ideal for both small smiles and big smiles, this is a great and gentler alternative toothpaste for the whole family.
What are Bioplastics? There isn’t a short answer to this. The term bioplastic is a blanket term used that can cover a range of plastic-like materials, and new types of bioplastics being developed all the time.
Did you know that our oceans cover 70% of the worlds surface? They produce at least 50% of the worlds oxygen and absorb around 30% of the carbon dioxide we humans produce. Our oceans are home to the most biodiverse places on earth.
Today is World Oceans Day. Whilst it’s a great opportunity to highlight the issues and problems our seas are facing on a global scale, we must also take the time to see a positive movement and how we can get involved to help.