The Hidden Secret Behind Toothpaste Bottom Color Finally Revealed

We are not paying much attention to what we buy, but sometimes you have to take care of it, because this can leave consequences for our health.
Here is an unusual example, the packaging of the toothpaste that we buy.


Have you ever wondered what the squares on the back of the paste that are different color mean?

The packaging of toothpaste tells us many details of which we have never been aware or have not noticed.


Square or rectangles can be a different color and each color more accurately informs the following:

Apparently those colors are an indicator of the composition of the toothpaste.

Red – Natural + chemicals.
Black – All chemicals.
Blue – Natural + medicines.
Green – All natural.

If you think that this information are not true read the ingredients of the toothpaste and see the box in which the color is, the conclusion will be obvious.

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7 years ago

Very good article.

Shanu Khalifa
Shanu Khalifa
7 years ago

what about white?

7 years ago

This article is bullshit. They cutting color.

Francis Fields
Francis Fields
7 years ago

TOTAL B.S. If the contents are printed on the label, why would ANYONE need the bars? Who is this code supposed to be for? Is it for the “secret police”? SHHHHH! Don’t tell! It’s a SECRET! Everybody else has to read the label, but just for YOU, because you know the secret, we’ll put this bar here. Forget I told you!

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