Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste a MomsMeet Review

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My family has been tasting trying Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste through #MomsMeet for the past several weeks.

It's no secret that I'm on a continual hunt to do what I can to take good care of my family's oral health. Teeth. Who isn't? When I'm with friends and/or family we often turn to what natural health products we've discovered. And many of those conversations have turned to what we're using on the family teeth.

Dentist bills can be expensive. And let me just pause here and thank my mother for all the money she shelled out on my teeth when I was younger. It's only at this time in my life that I can truly appreciate all that she did, and spent, as I try to do the same for my family!

My sister and I also often discuss what we are doing for our teeth and gums. Especially as we age. We both have been trying more natural toothpastes due to the added ingredients that are not just for keeping plaque at bay but that can also help tooth enamel! And reseaching what we can do for healthy gums.

As much as I love my dentist he never really gives me clear cut tips for taking care of our teeth beyond brushing and flossing. But as I've added more natural toothpastes and water piking to our regimen he's noticed the difference and mentions to, “keep it up”.

So that brings us to Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste.  My mother actually uses the Himalaya brand of toothpaste and loves it! She's always commenting about her great toothpaste that gets her teeth so clean but doesn't have any harsh ingredients that normally cause her issues such as swelling, itching, tingly tongue.

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We received a package with 6 boxes of Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste, a natural toothbrush, 2 lovely Indian bags made from sari cloth, and a coupon for some more toothpaste!

We took a family vote on which flavor to try first. Cinnamon won and I was bummed. Normally I don't like cinnamon flavored anything except cinnamon rolls.

We tried it that first night together. That's what those 2 sinks in the bathroom are for. After breaking the security seal (nice touch) we applied a nice glop to our toothbrushes. It was a little less thick than your run of the mill toothpaste but still thick enough to sit and stay on my toothbrush. It was also more almond color.

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It wasn't bad. I don't know what I expected to taste with the cinnamon flavor but I expected it to be unpleasant. Like having a mouth full of cinnamon spice or something. I don't like cinnamon flavored tea and I expected it to taste something like that. It was refreshing though and as freshening as peppermint toothpaste (the flavor I prefer).

It foamed up nicely despite having no SLS and we followed up with some natural mouthwash. Which is a product my husband is suggesting Himalaya might want to look into. It would be a nice touch addition to the toothpaste.

So now the whole family has been using the Himalaya Toothpaste for several weeks and we all really like it.

I like that their whitening toothpaste only uses natural ingredients such as enzymes from pineapple and papaya to help remove stains from your teeth. And pomegranate and neem for healthy gums and a clean mouth.  With a growing daughter I want her to ingest more natural products that chemical and you all know kids eat toothpaste right?

Himalaya also includes Xylitol which a natural sweetener that doesn't suck the life out of your teeth. Some say it helps build tooth enamel.

Himalaya toothpaste doesn't contain any SLS but you still get good foaming action (if that's important to you). And it's also Gluten and Fluoride free.

This box of Himalaya came at a great time. We were actually just in the process of looking for a natural toothpaste that the whole family would like and use and my mother had been urging us to try Himalaya. I like it and I like that there's a whitening version for meeeee……

Want to try for yourself? Visit Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste to find out where you can purchase a tube. Retail price is $5.99

 

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I received this product for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com), 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 honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.

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