Oral care to Grin over

Grin Natural is an oral health care range that aims to put a bright smile on faces, ‘free from nasties’.

The range is officially being stocked in Coles stores across Australia, and offers customers a natural toothpaste with fluoride for kids.

Formulated by experts, this New Zealand brand contains no harsh or unnecessary chemicals that you would choose to put in your kid’s mouth such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, artificial colours, flavours, fragrances, preservatives or sweeteners.

Three products that will be available in the Coles ranges includes Grin Kids’ Natural Berry-licious Toothpaste, Kids’ Biodegradable Orange Toothbrush and Kids’ Biodegradable dental flossers.

“We are so excited to be partnering with Coles to promote naturally healthier oral care for our kids, and a worry-free solution for parents,” Country Manager, Australia, Doug Sadler says.

“Following the successful launch of our kids’ range, we will look to expand our partnership with our award-winning adult range and become the natural oral care brand of choice for Australian families.”

The Grin team says that the average toothbrush takes over 400 years to break down, while a Grin toothbrush takes just 3 months in commercial compost.

The biodegradable handles are made from sustainable non-GMO corn starch and the kids bristles come in extra soft (which dentists recommend) and are suitable for both baby and toddler teeth.

Grin Kids will be officially available in over 700 Coles supermarkets from 1 April.

Retailing from $5 to $8, Grin Natural is a welcome addition to the Coles oral health care range.

For more information, please visit grinnatural.com.au.

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