May 13, 2012

Fluoride Free Toothpaste

Since boasting of being cavity-free for four years despite switching to fluoride-free toothpaste and drinking non-fluorideated water, some people have asked what toothpaste I use.

Finding a fluoride-free toothpaste that my fit my family's taste buds was no small feat.

Actually, my children have been easy to long as it is not too "hot."  I bought fruity flavored toddler fluoride-free toothpaste for them for a long time until I stumbled upon Tom's Children's Silly Strawberry toothpaste.   Tom's can be found in most box stores.  Be warned: Tom's also has fluoridated children's toothpaste.   Read your labels.

But landing on a fluoride-free toothpaste for Hubby and myself - that is another epic story.  It took many failed attempts before we landed on JĀSÖN. The Colony West Kroger sells it.  If you order through Azure Standard, it is also available through them.  We like both the peppermint and spearmint flavors.

Do you have a fluoride-free toothpaste to recommend?

I am not compensated in anyway to recommend these brands.

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  1. Great post! I tried a few recipes of homemade toothpaste, as well as Orawellness Brushing Blend. What I've settled on, because I don't mind the salty taste of baking soda, is a little baking soda with a little squirt of Tooth Soap Peppermint Whip. The Whip I get from Amazon. It's too foamy for me without the baking soda (and too expensive). Together they're just right.

  2. Do the Jason brands have glycerin in them? I read this article a little while ago and it scared me away from grands that have glycerin in them:
    I know Tom's and Burt's Bees both have it. I REALLY need to get my act together and get the toothpaste thing figured out because I'm still using conventional :(

    1. Ack! Kelli!!! Just when I thought I'd solved the toothpaste mystery in our go and ruin it for me!

      Well, let me know when you figure it out. :)

      I've tried making toothpaste and it all tastes terrible in my opinion.

    2. Awwww sorry to ruin it :( I wish it were easy enough to just pick up a bottle of Burt's Bees at Target. Yeah I haven't attempted the homemade because I guess I just make SO much stuff already my brain balks at adding another thing. Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship mentioned this one: but it's sooooo expensive! Wonder if there's any place they sell it where we could get a group discount for the buying club?'ve inspired me to work on this because I haven't attempting any sort of change in a while.

  3. Linda Green emailed to say: "My personal favorite fluoride free toothpaste is anise flavored by Nature's Gate. I starting using this brand about twelve years ago. My oldest grandson is 16 and he switched to this brand 2 years ago."



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