Coldstream NaturalsTM

Clearly DifferentTM

Your trusted source for safe, healthy and
environmentally responsible solutions
for your, and your family’s oral
care needs.

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A Breath of Fresh Air

Our Mouthwash & Tooth Cream

Only Coldstream Naturals’ oral care products are USDA certified organic, non-GMO, gluten-free and contain our proprietary blend of fruit bioflavonoids, which safely and effectively controls bad breath and cleans the entire mouth.

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Gluten Freedom Fighters


Our products are verified gluten free. We understand the importance of choosing oral care products accurately labeled gluten free, so our products are tested by an independent lab using the FDA-approved methodology to ensure that we are well below FDA mandated limits for gluten-free labeling.

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It Ain’t Easy Being Green


The USDA organic label is the gold standard of eco labels because it is backed by a set of rigorous federal production and processing requirements.

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Animal Lovers, Naturally


People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)’s Beauty Without Bunnies program clarifies non-animal testing terminology and procedures, compiles information on the testing policies of companies and organizations, and certifies companies as cruelty free and vegan.

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why organic?

why organic
“Organic” refers to the way agricultural products are grown and processed. Organic practices are designed to encourage water and soil conservation and reduce pollution, all without the use of synthetic chemical methods of fertilization, weed control and prevention of plant-specific diseases. The result? A less toxic environment for all living things.

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organic vs natural

organic vs natural
Some companies use the term “natural” on their labels hoping that consumers will believe that natural is equal to organic. There is a huge difference. Certified organic ingredients are always third party certified to comply with strict USDA organic regulations. The growth and processing of natural ingredients, however, are not federally regulated and their sourced ingredients may subsequently undergo chemical processing that could substantially alter the composition of their ingredients.

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