Xyliwhite™ Bubblegum Splash Toothpaste Gel for Kids 3 oz.

  • Fluoride & SLS-Free
  • Naturally Sweetened
  • KidTested, KidApproved
  • Non-GMO

Children's Xyliwhite Toothpaste- Bubblegum Splash by Now Foods 3 oz Gel

Functional Ingredients:

xylitol (25%)


Water, xylitol (25%), hydrated silica, glycerin, sorbitol, xanthan gum, potassium sorbate, sodium coco-sulfate, natural flavor, sorbic acid, stevia rebaudiana extract, lycopene, sodium bicarbonate, sodium carbonate, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil.

  • Gluten-Free. Vegan.
  • Free of SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate)

Worried fluoride-free toothpaste won’t do the job ?

On the contrary . . . natural ingredients have a lot to offer when it comes to dental care.

Chief among them is xylitol. Xylitol is a sugar alcohol your body produces naturally. Clinical studies support the use of xylitol toothpaste and mouthwash to

  • Help promote dental health;
  • Effectively rinse out debris such as decaying food particles; and
  • Safeguard healthy tooth enamel surfaces.

NOW Solutions’ line of fluoride-free toothpastes all contain a highly concentrated form of xylitol - 25% xylitol - to keep your mouth healthy the natural way. In addition to xylitol, this natural toothpaste and oral care line uses:

  • Aloe to support healthy gums;
  • Baking soda and papain extract (from papaya) to help whiten teeth; and
  • Special cleaners like caprylic acid and grapefruit seed extract.

Xylitol is harmful to pets; seek veterinary care immediately if ingestion is suspected.


Ingestion of Xylitol, in any product is a veterinary medical emergency if consumed by pets, especially dogs, ferrets and rabbits. If you suspect your pet ingested xylitol by either observing this happen or finding evidence of a chewed container or product, and the animal is acting normal, you should attempt to give animal(s) a small meal and at the same time, immediately seek veterinary medical attention. If you have evidence that they ingested a product that contains xylitol and the animal(s) is not acting normal you should seek veterinary medical attention immediately without giving the animal any food.

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