Natural Cinnamon Toothpaste Exists If You Want To Smell & Taste Like A Donut 24/7

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If you’re looking for a way to zhuzh your dental hygiene routine, a new cinnamon-flavoured natural toothpaste has hit the market for your oral pleasure.

Aussie company Gem has just launched Cinnamon Mint toothpaste – a natural toothpaste that is completely free of toxic ingredients, full of probiotics and most importantly, tastes as though you’ve just scored a free donut after going grocery shopping with mum at your local supermarket in 2004.

Cinnamon is God-tier spice because it has the ability to turn everything into dessert. Now, brushing your teeth can also be a dessert-meal now, which seems to defy what our parents/dentists told us as kids. Seriously though, imagine taking a sip of your morning coffee after brushing your teeth with this – it’d be pure bliss.

The product is chock full of that comforting cinnamony flavour, as well as naturally sourced menthol, culminating in a glorious crisp feel for long-lasting fresh breath. You can cop a 100ml tube for $15 or sign up to Gem’s monthly subscription for $12 and save a few bucks.

Gem Cinnamon Mint Natural Toothpaste – $15

Their packaging is also ~fresh~ and aesthetic as hell.  

If cinnamon-flavoured natural toothpaste doesn’t tickle your fancy, Gem also stock a range of other delish toothpaste flavours, including Coconut Mint toothpaste and Apple Mint toothpaste.

Their focus as a company is to get people thinking about the harsh chemicals we might not be aware of in other dental care products. All Gem products are free of parabens, triclosan, SLS and BS, and are made with only probiotics, earth minerals and natural oils.

After all, we’re all so dang mindful of what goes into the food and drinks we put in our mouths, so we should probably take a closer look at what goes into our toothpaste too.

You can suss out their full range of products here if you’re looking to level up your oral hygiene game. You can also score a free tube of the dental-dessert when you spend $50 or more and use the code CINNAMON at checkout.