Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Toothpaste fit for a King!

I had to have this for the store. I love the image above, now I have to find an original toothpaste container in my never ending search for all things vintage.

This toothpaste and mouthwash was amazingly invented in 1755 by Dr. Julien Botot for King Louis XV of France. The natural formula works to draw extra blood to the gum line. Botot toothpaste is recognised by the Royal Society of Medicine as a superior natural product! True to its original formulation, Botot remains a best seller the world over.
The mouthwash contains a natural gillyflower (clove family) base. The mouthwash warms the gum line and as it is an exilir you only need a few drops in a glass of warm water and gargle to do the trick. There are no artificial flavours or colours and follows the original formula.
The toothpaste is $20 for a 75ml tube and the mouthwash is $35 for 150ml.

We are increasing our range of male grooming products in time for Father's Day so I will be introducing you to all our new lines over the next few weeks.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, I have never heard of this. I will have to see if it's available in the UK.
    Di (YONKS)



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