In a world where hotels are increasingly getting their teeth cleaned, you can bet that one of the major reasons you don’t have to buy a toothpaste bottle to have a fresh pair of teeth is that it’s hard to get the right kind of toothpaste at the right price.

Here’s a look at some of the best toothpasters out there. 

The Toothpaste Wars:  The best toothpaste brands: The toothpaste wars: Top brands in Australia: 1.

Kmart – Kmart is Australia’s biggest hotel chain.

It’s owned by Australia’s largest hotel chain, Kmart Australia, which is owned by the same company that owns the Kmart chain in New Zealand.

It has a global footprint, with stores in the US, Canada, South Africa and many other countries. 

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 Hands On Toothpaste – This brand has a huge range of toothpastors.

The most popular brand is a toothbrush toothpaste with a gel that is the same as toothpaste in Australia. 

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Sable Toothpaste Sable toothpaste has been around for a long time and has been sold in a range of different forms and brands since the 1950s.

The main ingredient is parabens, which are known to cause skin irritation. 

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Nourish Toothpaste Nurrp’s Toothpaste is a good toothpaste for the whole family.

It has a high pH, which means it helps maintain healthy teeth and also has a natural anti-bacterial effect.

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Eco Toothpaste Eco toothpaste comes in a wide range of flavours and is one of my favourite toothpasting brands.

It is made from 100% natural ingredients and it also has antibacterial properties.

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K-Yoga Toothpaste The K-Yogas brand has been selling toothpaste to hotels and bars for decades.

It was recently made available to all Australians as part of the government’s national health promotion. 

7. Sparkling This brand has grown in popularity, and its popular toothpaste, Sparkling, has been a staple in the Australian toothpaste market. 

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Pasteurisation toothpaste is becoming more popular, as people try to avoid the use of toothbrushes altogether. 

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Vitamin B1 Vitamin A, which you’ll notice is missing in toothpaste and other products, helps to increase the amount of calcium in the body and helps prevent tooth decay.

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Almond toothpaste Almond toothpastas are available in a variety of different flavours and contain Vitamin B1, which helps prevent the formation of plaque and plaque-like conditions.

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Robe Toothpaste While there are many toothpastings that contain baking soda and baking powder, the toothpaste from the Australian company, Beard, is the best option.

It contains only pure essential oils, and the flavourings are natural, not artificial. 

12. Coca-Cola® toothpaste While not a toothpast, you will find toothpaste containing the brand’s flavour and colouring, and also contains Vitamin B2. 

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Fruit & Veg toothpaste This is one toothpaste you may find a lot of in stores and is often in a plastic tub.

It includes a mixture of fruit and vegetable flavourings and has a unique texture. 

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Mint & Spice Mint, Spice, Spice and more spices are used in toothpast: Mints are made from barley, wheat and rye, and are often used in Australia for cooking and drinking. 

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Black pepper Black pepper is often used to flavor toothpaste. 

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Lemon balm Lemon is often added to toothpaste to give it a fruity taste. 

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Natural fruit Natural fruit and fruit flavouring has been used in the toothpast and is also available in the supermarket. 

18. Green tea Green tea is an herbal tea with various medicinal properties. 

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Tea Tree oil Tea tree oil is used to improve the pH in toothbrushing supplies and also helps to protect teeth. 

20. Olive oil Olive Oil is a natural ingredient in toothcare products.

It helps to improve oral health and is an important ingredient in many of the most popular toothpastans. 

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Baking soda Baking Soda is an ingredient used in many toothpaste ingredients, including toothpast. 

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Chocolate chip cookies Chocolate chips are used to make cookies, chips and chocolate chips in many countries around the world.

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Dried fruits and vegetables Many dried fruits and dried vegetables are used as ingredients in toothpowder, toothpaste or even as an ingredient in salad dressings