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Any oral hygiene product, including toothpaste, floss, and mouthwash, is vegan if it does not use or contain any ingredients produced from animals.
Any item made from an animal’s body, even if it doesn’t necessitate the animal’s death, falls under this category.
Propolis. Honeybees naturally produce the waxy material known as propolis. It has been demonstrated to combat bacteria and stop gingivitis from being brought on by dental plaque. Natural and organic toothpaste frequently contain the component propolis, however because it comes from bees, it is not vegan.
The Global vegan toothpaste market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Colgate, one of the most recognisable FMCG companies in the world, has recently introduced two new cardboard- and recyclable-tube-packaged vegan, cruelty-free toothpaste products.
Colgate’s vegan toothpaste product, “Smile For Good,” is available in two flavours: Whitening and Protection. Both Colgate products are vegan-friendly, despite the fact that the firm is not entirely cruelty-free or vegan.
The Vegan Society has registered them with the international Vegan Trademark to attest to their lack of animal testing and the absence of any components originating from animals.
In an effort to reduce plastic waste, the company recently introduced a biodegradable toothbrush made from bamboo that was cultivated ethically and packaged in recyclable cardboard.
Although this product represents a significant advancement in the company’s efforts to combat plastic pollution, the toothbrush is not suited for vegans because it is coated in beeswax to reduce water absorption and improve durability.
The introduction of a line of certified vegan toothpastes by Colgate comes at a time when demand for vegan products across the board is growing, placing pressure on businesses to adapt quickly or risk losing clients.
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