The coloured marks on Glister toothpaste tubes are called eye marks and they are used to orient the tube in the filling equipment so the tube is sealed properly. It is a common industry design for tubes and has nothing to do with the ingredients.
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- Glister Kids Toothpaste expiry and manufacturing dates
- What are the coloured marks on Glister toothpaste tubes?
- What is Glister™ Kids toothpaste?
- What is the shelf life of Satinique products?
- How do I use Glister® concentrate mouthwash?
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- How old can children begin using Glister® toothpaste?
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- Why do we not sell Glister® dental floss?