Ethical Product Review: Dr Bronner’s Fluoride Free Cinnamon Toothpaste

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Introducing Dr. Bronner’s All-One Cinnamon Toothpaste with 70% organic ingredients! Our low-foaming formula is fluoride-free, vegan and cruelty-free, with no artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, or sweeteners – none! This simple yet effective toothpaste stimulates mouth, teeth, gums and tongue, leaving them fresh and clean. 

Dr Bronner Toothpaste Review:

This toothpaste first arrived in my mailbox over 10 years ago.

I’ve been using it ever since.

It is the only toothpaste I’ve ever used that doesn’t make my teeth hurt.

To use, you just brush quickly and thoroughly. There’s no chewing involved.

You can even use it on your toothbrush, which is weird but a big plus since the bottle doesn’t need to be replaced!

It takes very little and it’s incredibly effective which is great for the environment.

It also leaves my teeth feeling clean and naturally whiter for a few days.

Obviously, with a liquid like this there is no solid component that might cause a problem.

Another reason why I love this particular toothpaste so much is because it doesn’t leave my mouth feeling like it has sand in it.

I hate when toothpastes dry out my mouth and make it feel like I just drank a ton of Coors Light.

I’m super sensitive to any chemicals in my mouth,

especially the abrasiveness that refers to some toothpastes.

I’m not one to use Crest White, Crest Whitestrips, or Colgate Ultrablast, etc…

My teeth and jaw bone can make a hard time with each of these things.

With Dr Bronner’s All–One Cinnamon Toothpaste though, I don’t have to worry about that.

A lot of people think that this toothpaste is harsh,

but it’s nothing that you should be worried about.

A lot of people think that a toothpaste with a strong cinnamon smell

is very harsh and dangerous, but it isn’t.

In fact, Dr. Bronner’s All-One Cinnamon Toothpaste actually has a more subtle cinnamon scent

that I personally would enjoy more than the cinnamon scented variety of toothpastes.

Plus, your teeth will be whiter a few days after your first use, as you acclimate to the fresh smell.

Another reason to love this particular toothpaste is because there is no baking soda in it.

I know that most toothpastes contain some form of baking soda, but I don’t like having the taste in my mouth all day.

Baking soda is bad for your teeth.

Baking soda also causes cavities and makes your teeth ugly!

I hate bad teeth!

Another great feature of Dr. Bronner’s All-One Cinnamon Toothpaste is that it isn’t overly abrasive.

It reaches so easily into the crevices where you can leave food trapped.

I like being able to brush my teeth in the morning and knowing that

I am really getting brush any leftover food that is stuck to my teeth.

It also doesn’t have a “hot” feeling and a burning sensation upon contact

like other toothpastes do.

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Lastly, this particular cinnamon toothpaste is safe for children.

In the case of the Colgate Total ads, these toothpastes are targeted at children because they are expected to reject the taste of the product.

Colgate needs a “baby toothpaste” that they can put on their toothpaste packages.

I’m just sad that it isn’t Dr Bronner’s All-One Cinnamon Toothpaste.

I will be surprised when I pass this product on to my kids one day.

If they have bad teeth and aren’t brushing,

they could have a condition called “sensitivities”

where their teeth turn yellow in color and their gums bleed

and people think they have a disease.

It happens way too often.

This is just about the only toothpaste that I’ve used that I can honestly say is worth the money.

As the last line above states, I’ll be surprised when my kids ever ask me to buy this for them.

My kids are soda drinkers and they don’t (or won’t) take good care of themselves.

If they ever let their teeth and gums get bad, this is the perfect toothpaste for them.

They could avoid that embarrassment easily.

It definitely has a reputation of being a tough choice.

If you have any further questions about this, it would be best to check the other parts of this article.

Currently, this particular product is only sold in Spritzer packaging, but it is available in many different brands of toothpaste.

One brand that it is sold in is Dr Bronner’s.

The only drawback to Spritzers is that you need to open your mouth and spit the toothpaste out after you use it.

Obviously, this can get quite old after a while.

If however you have used this toothpaste from the past, you may be using a different brand of toothpaste now.

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