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Nature's Sunshine Products
Sunshine Brite Toothpaste
Personal Care


Brighten Your Sunshine Smile!

Improved Sunshine Brite toothpaste

A beautiful smile renews the heart of everyone you meet. Using the world's best all-natural toothpaste will help you make sure yours is a sunshine smile.

With recent product improvements, there are more advantages to the new white Sunshine Brite toothpaste that ever before. We've replaced sodium lauroyl sulfate with sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, a safe and gentle foaming agent derived from a naturally occurring amino acid, sarcosine, and coconut oil. We've added ultra-fine silica powder to help remove stains and to polish teeth without damaging tooth enamel.

Sunshine Brite contains soothing and healing aloe vera gel, golden seal, myrrh, Icelandic moss, bee propolis, menthol and calcium ascorbate (vitamin C). It also has soothing carrageenan (also known as Irish Moss, a seaweed), calcium carbonate, sodium
  • Improved, all natural taste
  • Better cleaning properties
  • Supports mouth health
  • Helps gums

Don't forget to brush after meals, floss and have regular dental checkups!

bicarbonate and natural mint.

Sunshine Brite is naturally sweetened with xylitol and sorbitol, natural sweeteners derived from plants and fruit. Further sweetening comes from monoammonium glycyrrhizinate (from licorice).

You won't find any artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or harsh abrasives. You will find natural and refreshing mint oils and herbal extracts. Its convenient upright tube keeps toothpaste toward the cap.

Adults and children alike will enjoy the refreshing, minty flavor of Sunshine Brite Toothpaste. What's more, its natural cleansing properties will keep the whole family smiling Sunshine Brite!  Stock# 2850-5  Have a Healthy Life!

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Reference: Sunshine HORIZONS Manager Edition Vol. 23 No. 4 April 1998 page 5.