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Monday, October 3, 2016

A Natural Effective Way To Clean Your Teeth


      Most people who follow a healthy lifestyle take the time to eat healthy and exercise. It only makes sense to eat natural food and stay away from chemicals in our food to stay healthy. So it makes perfect sense to me to use a natural toothpaste with all natural ingredients instead of one that has chemicals. Now I know what you are thinking, my toothpaste shouldn't have chemicals in it. Well in does, think about that warning label that is on that tube of paste. One of the chemicals in most toothpaste that I avoid is SLS or Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. This chemical can cause mouth sores in some people, my youngest being one of them.


  Himalaya Botanique is a great natural toothpaste that is great for your body like fruits and veggies, in fact this toothpaste even contains fruits like pomegranate, papaya, and pineapple. The cool thing about this toothpaste is it works just as well as those chemical toothpaste. It has a great minty taste and the natural ingredients give me fresh breath and brighter teeth while removing the plaque. You won't find any warning label on this herbal formulated toothpaste either so you can relax if your child uses too much or swallows the paste. My dentist is even Ok with my boys using Fluoride Free toothpaste and they have no cavities. My boys and I like the taste of this toothpaste and it is even gluten free, my younger son pointed that out to me. I just love that this 8 year old reads labels! The younger boys like the Simply Mint flavor while I love the Simply Cinnamon paste. Himalaya Botanique toothpaste comes in seven varieties so I am sure you will find a favorite.



So now that you know what is not in this healthy toothpaste let me tell you about what is in the toothpaste.

  • Neem - Cleans teeth and gives this formulation its sparkle. Neem is history's original housekeeper and works to keep the mouth clean.
  • Pomegranate - An astringent fruit extract that helps support healthy-looking gums
  • Triphala - A traditional detox with three fruits that nature made for clean teeth and a radiant smile.
  • Xylitol- A tooth-friendly sweetener that has been clinically-studied to support good oral health.
  • Papaya and Pineapple - Papain and Bromelain, the enzymes from papaya and pineapple, help remove surface stains, so your smile shines brighter than ever! (in the whitening formulas.)

As you can see by my messy toothbrushing, this toothpaste also has that foaming power that some natural toothpastes do not.


I just love ​Himalaya's commitment to the global community. Here are some of the programs they give back to:

Commitment to Farmers

Partnership with Vitamin Angels

Trees for Life

Healthy Partners Rehabilitation Program

Autism Activism

You can read more about these programs at the below link. While you are there check out more about this healthy toothpaste and print a coupon to save money too. The store locator will help you find a store that sells this toothpaste. Here in Albuquerque, I was able to find Himalaya at Sprouts, Whole foods and Vitamin Cottage.



So is it time to switch to healthy toothpaste? 

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I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meet program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product.


20 comments:

  1. I love that is made from fruits and veggies. I have used products with Xylitol in the past and have always been impressed! Will have to check out this brand!

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  2. How interesting! I haven't tried this before.

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  3. I didn't know about this. I will try it, I love having my teeth clean and white.

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  4. I was thinking about switching to a natural toothpaste. I've heard that it has great benefits.

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  5. Cleaning effectively can be hard to achieve and sometimes getting the right product needed a good decision. I am so picky with toothpaste product I might try this one too.

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  6. This is fantastic! I've been wanting a more natural toothpaste...thanks for suggesting this one!

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  7. I like that it still has a minty flavor. That's a must for me! I'll have to look into this!

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  8. These sounds like a great natural toothpaste!!! I am going to have to look for this.

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  9. Hmm never heard of this brand! Teeth are a big part of everyday cleaning so I am def checking this out!

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  10. I haven't heard of this brand. I'm curious enough to try it. I am trying to reduce the amount of chemicals I allow into my body.

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  11. What a neat brand !! I've always considered switching to healthy and natural ! Thanks for the post :)

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  12. I can't believe normal toothpaste has all these chemicals. Thanks for educating me on this

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  13. Well that is an interesting product. Might give it a try.

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  14. I really like the sound of the toothpaste. I am always after cutting down on chemicals and this natural toothpaste sounds brilliant x

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  15. I love using natural toothpaste. I have never heard of this brand! I will have to try it out!

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  16. I love this toothpaste already! I need to check this out.

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  17. I've never heard of natural alternatives to toothbrushes. I've always used plastics. I'd love to try one of these wooden toothbrushes just to see the difference.

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  18. I can say from personal experience that himalya products are amazing. They are best choice for anyone pretty much

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  19. I have never heard of this brand before. I know how important it is to start thinking deeper about the things we are buying and putting into our bodies.

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  20. I've not heard of this brand before. How does the xylitol taste in toothpaste?

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