Gluten Free Toothpaste List

Did you ever think you’d have to consider toothpaste when it comes to avoiding gluten? I didn’t when I first found out I had Celiac Disease.

Luckily for you, we made this list to help you out! Here are a bunch of known gluten free toothpastes with confirmation from the company producing the products. Along with some ‘questionably’ gluten free toothpastes, and some organic specialty brands!

Confirmed Gluten Free

These brands are confirmed, tested, and verified gluten free by the parent companies.

  1. Crest Toothpastes (Crest confirmation)

  2. Colgate Total Toothpaste (Colgate FAQs)

  3. Arm & Hammer Toothpaste (Arm & Hammer FAQs)

  4. Biotene Toothpastes (Biotene FAQs)

  5. Tom’s Toothpastes (Tom’s FAQs)

Gluten Free Questionable

Certain brands have confirmed that the products are gluten free, but may be manufactured on equipment that is not free from trace amounts of gluten. These are:

  1. Sensodyne (Sensodyne FAQs)

  2. Aquafresh Toothpastes (Aquafresh FAQs)

  3. Oral B Toothpastes (Oral B FAQs)


Specialty Toothpaste Brands

Additionally, here are some specialty toothpaste brands including products sold in different markets. These may be costlier, but are oftentimes organic and feature more natural ingredients. They are:

  1. Lebon Toothpastes (view ingredients here)

  2. Marvis Toothpastes (labeled gluten free on Amazon)

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6 thoughts on “Gluten Free Toothpaste List”

  1. Colgate has always been my go-to toothpaste. My favorite was the smartfoam until they stopped carrying it in walmart. And it says gluten free on the bottom corner of the box. Yipee!!!!!!!!!

  2. I have a severe wheat allergy and I’m finding it so hard to find anything to drink other then Prosecco , wine and ciroc vodka here in the UK. It’s so disheartening

    • Hi I’ve been a Coeliac all my life. I drink brandy, cognac & cider. I didn’t realise rum is gluten free. My frustration is when you go out for a meal (which isn’t very often ) & you are told a meal is gluten free so you believe them but pay for it later. It’s so unfair and really no one knows unless you are a Coeliac.


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