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Gluten-Free Toothpaste Brands: The Ultimate List

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This post is the ultimate list of gluten-free toothpaste brands reviewing top commercial brands, natural brands, kids brands, whitening, and more!

What!?!? Gluten in toothpaste???  Yup.

Gluten hides in so many products—not just food.  One of those places it can hide?  Toothpaste.

If you have Celiac disease, wheat allergy, or other gluten sensitivity, it is really important that you know what toothpaste is safe to use.

Keep reading to find out what toothpaste brands are gluten free or use the table of contents below to jump to a specific section of this post.


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Do I need gluten free toothpaste?

If you have Celiac disease or avoid the ingestion of gluten for any reason, then yes. You need gluten free toothpaste.

Since toothpaste enters your mouth, the risk of ingesting some of it is very high.

For someone with Celiac disease, it is very important to avoid ingesting gluten above 20ppm (which is what is currently recognized as safe and therefore required for gluten free certification).

Gluten-Free Toothpaste Brands: The Ultimate List

Gluten containing ingredients are often used as binders or thickening agents in all types of personal care products, and toothpaste is no exception. 

Nothing like realizing you’ve been glutening yourself with your own stinking toothpaste!

But don’t worry—I compiled this list for you by searching toothpaste manufacturers websites and/or contacting customer service directly. 

So here’s the master list so you know what toothpaste is gluten-free.

Special note: there are other companies outside of this list who may also be gluten-free (such as Aquafresh or Sensodyne), but the company won’t commit to gluten-free claims. 

I excluded them from this list.  I don’t take chances with cross contamination or amounts of gluten in products and stick with what I know is safe gluten-free toothpaste.

Is Arbonne Toothpaste Gluten Free?

All of Arbonne’s products are gluten-free and their toothpaste is no exception.  In fact, it’s certified gluten-free.

Arbonne products are only available through consultants.  Click here to learn more about Arbonne’s toothpaste and browse the entire catalog!

Want to know more about Arbonne products? Click here to learn more about Arbonne and their gluten-free status as a company!

Is Arm & Hammer Gluten Free?

Arm & Hammer verifies that all of their toothpaste products are made without gluten–even their whitening toothpaste.

As a note: Arm & Hammer baking soda is gluten free as well.

Get a great deal on Arm & Hammer’s toothpaste here on Amazon.com.

Is Biotène gluten free?

According to Biotène’s website, all products are gluten-free.

Shop Biotène here on Amazon.com

Are Crest oral care products gluten free?

According to Crest’s website, none of their current toothpastes contain gluten ingredients, nor do their manufacturing plants process any gluten-containing ingredients.

Shop Crest here at Amazon.com.

Is Colgate Total gluten free?

According to Colgate’s website, all Colgate flouride toothpaste (including kids toothpaste) is gluten-free.

In addition, the Colgate Wisp is gluten free as well.

Shop Colgate Total here at Amazon.com.

Desert Essence

Desert Essence has a full range of gluten free oral products including toothpaste, floss, and mouthwash.

They even have gluten free kids toothpaste!

You can find Desert Essence oral care products on Amazon here.

Dr. Brite

Dr. Brite’s toothpastes are all gluten-free—plus organic, vegan, and non-GMO.  Plus, they have fun flavors like Mint Chip!

Dr. Brite also makes a gluten-free teeth whitening pen that has great reviews.

If looking for gluten free mouthwash or breath freshener Dr. Brite also has some great options for that too!

You can purchase Dr. Brite’s gluten-free toothpaste and mouthwash at Thrive Market (and save up to $20 off your first order) here.

Click here to shop Dr. Brite toothpaste at Amazon.com.

(learn more about Thrive Market and how it works here)

Hello

I discovered Hello toothpaste a few months ago when it was a freebie in my Thrive Market order!  I have the activated charcoal style. 

All of Hello brand’s toothpaste is gluten-free–both adult & kid toothpaste options.

In addition Hello also manufactures gluten free mouthwash and gluten free deodorant.

You can purchase Hello toothpaste at Thrive Market (and save up to $20 off your first order) here.

Click here to shop Hello toothpaste at Amazon.com

Jason

Jason brands (both adult and kids’ toothpaste) are gluten-free. They manufacture gluten free mouthwash as well.

Click here to shop Jason toothpaste and mouthwash at Amazon.com

Oral B

According to Oral B’s website, their toothpaste does not contain any gluten ingredients and their plants do not process any gluten products.

Shop Oral B here at Amazon.com.

Is Orajel Gluten-Free?

Orajel toothpaste products are not labeled gluten-free, but I have emailed the company and will update as soon as I have an answer.

Tom’s of Maine

All products produced by Tom’s of Maine are free of gluten—including their toothpaste!

You can purchase Tom’s of Maine at Thrive Market here.

Click here to shop Tom’s of Maine toothpaste at Amazon.com

Young Living

According to Young Living’s customer service, Young Living’s Theives Aromabright toothpaste is gluten-free.

Learn more about Young Living’s gluten-free standards here.

This list was last updated 08/2022. As ingredients and manufacturing processes are subject to change, be sure to do your own research, ask questions, and consult medical professionals.

Do you have another gluten-free toothpaste company that you LOVE? 

Comment below and let me know so I can add them to this fantastic gluten-free toothpaste list!

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David Bray

Friday 17th of December 2021

Pepsodent from Church and Dwight told me they are Gluten-free.

Sharon McCaskill

Thursday 3rd of February 2022

great to know! thank you!

Jess D

Sunday 3rd of October 2021

Super disappointed to see you shilling for two MLMs that have had major unlabeled ingredient issues in the past. So gross - they’ve had toxic levels of heavy metals in them which kind of negates the safety from gluten free options since that’s toxic to all living humans.

Sharon McCaskill

Monday 4th of October 2021

Thanks for your comment and concern Jess. I do include two MLMs in this list due to the commonality of individuals who use them and question their gluten-free status. This post only focuses on whether or not these products contain gluten (which is the primary concern of my audience due to Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance/allergy) and not an evaluation of other ingredients nor an endorsement on their overall effectiveness. Furthermore, I cannot find any reports of toxic levels of heavy metals in either of these companies' toothpastes, but if you have authoritative studies I'd be happy to take a look.

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