I loved my sample of Dr. Ginger’s Coconut Oil Toothpaste.
*I received a free sample in exchange for my honest review.*
I haven’t used mainstream brand name toothpastes in years. Our family also hasn’t had a cavity or any oral problems since we went natural.
It’s a challenge finding a natural toothpaste that everyone likes. We’ve experimented over the years and *this one* tastes good or *that one* whitens and cleans the teeth best. Seldom is there an all-around great natural toothpaste that checks off all the necessary boxes on my list.
Dr. Ginger’s Coconut Oil Toothpaste is one of the best natural toothpastes I’ve tried!
Here’s one of the two samples I received to try:
The texture is smooth and creamy.
Don’t expect a lot of foamy action with natural toothpastes and you don’t need as much as I show here.
Yes, natural toothpastes are usually more expensive and there aren’t coupons in your Sunday paper, but it’s so much healthier and better for you and especially your kids!
The flavor is delicious – sweet and minty from the xylitol, a sugar-free sweetener.
My teeth feel clean and smooth. It’s not abrasive but very gentle!
I feel my breath is fresher than with my regular natural toothpaste.
Coconut Oil Toothpaste: Pure Water, Coconut Oil, Hydrated Silica, Glycerin, Xylitol, Irish Moss, Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Aloe Vera Juice, Titanium Dioxide, Natural Mint Flavor.
Have you read the ingredients list on store bought national brand name toothpastes? Do you know what all those things are? Why is there a poison control warning on something you put in your mouth at least twice a day?
I love that Dr. Ginger’s products have NO Sodium Lauryl Sulfate!
It’s often used in soaps, detergents, and toothpastes as a cleaning agent, but it’s also a known irritant because it removes oils from the skin. I have to be really careful reading labels since we have one kiddo who’s really sensitive.
Get the FAQs.
I highly recommend this delicious and natural toothpaste!
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