It is not as easy to find vegan dental care products as it is for other personal care. There are only a few options but they are of high quality. All products can be found at most health food stores. Prices vary, from the very expensive ones to more reasonable ones, but as an average, count at least 5euros for a toothpaste.

  • Kingfisher Natural Toothpaste: The company was founded in 1988, and is certified by the Vegan Society. All their products are suitable for vegans and approved by the BDHF (British dental health Foundation). There offer a selection of fluoride/non-fluoride toothpastes and also 7 different varieties. A toothpaste costs around 5.50eur for a 100ml tube.
    Website: www.kingfishertoothpaste.com
  • Weleda: The Weleda Group is based in Switzerland and is the leading manufacturer of anthroposophical medicines and natural cosmetics in the world. Weleda is also a vegetarian company that offers vegan options. All their toothpastes are suitable for vegans. A toothpaste costs around 5.50eur for a 75ml tube.
    Website: www.weleda.co.uk
  • Jason: Jason Natural products was founded in 1959. Parent Company: the Hain Celestial Group, Inc.
    Jason Natural products is a vegetarian company and offers vegan options. All their toothpastes are suitable for vegans. Fluoride / no fluoride options.
    Website: www.jason-natural.com
  • Urtekram: Urtekram is a Danish company, founded in 1972. Urtekram is also a vegetarian company. Aloe Vera Toothpaste is the only toothpaste suitable for vegans. All others contain propolis. Only fluoride-free option.
    Website: www.urtekram.dk
  • The Green People: The Green People Company Ltd was founded in 1997 in the UK. Green People is a vegetarian company. All their toothpaste range is suitable for vegans, except “Fennel and propolis”. Only fluoride-free option.
    Website: www.greenpeople.co.uk