GUM® Original White Toothpaste | Restores The Original Whiteness Of Teeth Without Harsh Ingredients | 75ml

Stains from food, drinks, smoking, or medication, as well as the aging process cause teeth to lose their original white colouring over time.
GUM Original White Toothpaste is part of the GUM Original White range that our experts have developed to help remove stains while at the same time strengthen teeth and gums. Its special micro-bubble foam enhances stain removal,  the fluoride and isomalt in the formula reinforce and protect enamel.





  • Whitening toothpaste gently removes stains and helps prevent them from reappearing
  • Special micro-bubble foam dissolves stains without harsh ingredients
  • Fluoride and isomalt help protect enamel to prevent cavities

For best results, check out the complete kit – it brings together all the tools you need to gently remove and keep stains off your teeth, all while fortifying gums and enamel.

Planning a holiday or just always on the move? Check out the GUM TRAVEL Kit which includes a travel-size GUM Original White Toothpaste and Floss.

Additional Information

The pack should be separated and recycled:

1. BOX: paper/cardboard container

2. TUBE & CAP: non-recyclable/household waste

Packaging Materials:

  • Box: cardboard
  • Aluminum seal: aluminum
  • Tube & Cap: plastic

GUM Original White Toothpaste not only effectively removes stains, but also helps prevent them from reappearing. Ideal for everyday use, it gently cleans teeth while at the same time strengthening teeth and gums.

Remember, toothpaste does more than clean plaque off of teeth. It also protects teeth and stimulates better gum health while reducing the effects of certain oral conditions. Choosing the right toothpaste to pair with the right toothbrush can be a key to unlocking a good oral care routine.

At GUM we are dedicated to oral health, and understand its implications for overall wellbeing. Research identifies a bidirectional link between gum health and diabetes, as well as a connection between compromised gums and other systemic conditions such as cardiovascular disease. We want to help you take the very best care of your oral health, and yourselves.

Want to know more?

  • Why do teeth become stained? Your question answered in our blog.
  • Find out more about stained teeth.