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Why I am Choosing Natural? | Red Seal

Everybody knows how important it is to be healthy and in order to be one you have to work for it. Being healthy is not only from the outside but it actually starts from the inside.

Of all the personal care products we routinely use, none is more important than the one we put into our mouth. With the launch of the highly trusted New Zealand brand today at Bangsar South, Red Seal Natural Toothpaste allows us to have a more natural and safer brushing experience.

"The mucosal lining inside the mouth has about 90% absorption efficiency and we are exposing our health to many toxic chemicals which contains in the toothpaste without us knowing much about it. Therefore, we want the ingredients in our toothpaste to be as natural as possible." Red Seal's resident Naturopathic expert Michelle Irving highlights during her speech.
Consumers are looking for healthier alternatives for themselves and for those around them. Especially as they become aware of potential irritants in the form of synthetic chemicals in mainstream products. Such irritants can include artificial colours and flavours, triclosan, parabens and microbeads.

Red Seal natural toothpaste replaces those chemicals with more natural herbal extracts and essential oils like eucalyptus, aniseed & peppermint. The combination of ingredients makes the toothpaste highly alkaline with the pH of >8, creating an environment discouraging the growth of bacteria.

One example of a unique natural ingredient originates from the Totara tree, a native tree of New Zealand Totarol Oil is a naturally occurring plant extract that comes from recycled Totara. Totarol is a natural alternative for reducing bad bacteria in our mouth.

The natural toothpaste range also has a calcium carbonate base which naturally rebuilds, or remineralises, the teeth.

As a natural healthcare organisation, Red Seal has been combining scientific knowledge with more natural ingredients since 1923. In the case of toothpaste, Red Seal has been providing consumers with this more natural choice for 34 years.

Red Seal natural toothpaste comes from New Zealand, which is known for its clean green environment, beautiful water and fresh air. Providing additional reassurance to consumers is the country's highly regarded food safety system.

"With 99% market share in the herbal toothpaste category in New Zealand, Red Seal has expanded from a strong base to being available in Australia, China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, across the Pacific and now in Malaysia" Tony Robinson, International Director for Red Seal.

When there is a natural alternative to everything, why not? 

If you are serious about the health of you and your family, you should consider Red Seal Natural Toothpaste. A more natural choice.

There are a total of 5 varieties available, with the signature being their Natural Toothpaste. It is a combination of 12 herbs and extracts to help remineralization and killing of the bacteria to prevent tooth decay and plaque formation. It has a mild, minty pleasant taste, and is suitable for the whole family.

For individuals who are ulcer-prone, there is a special formula, Natural SLS Free Toothpaste. It is free-of-Sodium Lauryl Sulphyte (SLS). It provides gentle protection on the mucosa layer. It is also suitable for people who wears braces. You know hard it is for them with braces because they will have to be gentle every time it concerns their braces.

The Baking Soda Toothpaste is used to remove stains naturally, suitable for coffee or tea drinkers. It has also been used as a natural teeth whitener. The Propolis Toothpaste contains 100% New Zealand bee propolis with antiseptic and antibacterial properties, ideal for sufferers of gingivitis and sensitive gums.

Last but not least, the natural Kids Toothpaste for the little ones. The taste is enhanced with real banana and peach flavours! The great taste encourage the kids to brush their teeth without having to worry about the risk of swallowing harmful chemicals.

"We are delighted to be able to bring Red Seal Natural Toothpaste from New Zealand to Malaysian shores. It is in-line with out belief to bring in more natural, healthier and safer options for Malaysians" says Joyce Chung, Product Manager of Red Seal brand in Malaysia. 

The range of Red Seal Natural Toothpaste is distributed in Malaysia, between RM18.70 to RM28.20. They are available exclusively at Caring pharmacies nationwide.




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