Review: Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste

I was blessed to get the Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste from MomsMeet to review. Let me tell you I was shocked! I was provided with SIX different toothpastes to test! It was like Christmas as there was other goodies as well. I admit I have never tried Cinnamon toothpaste before.  I went right for it when I saw it in the box. So I’m featuring it over the rest because its so pleasantly strange to me. All the toothpastes were great, left me with a long lasting feeling, CLEAN feeling as my tongue would slide across my teeth to check. I couldn’t tell any difference between this and other brands except I felt cleaner with less pressure scrubbing if that makes any sense. Some toothpastes I find I have to press hard to achieve their so called total cleaning. I felt no need to press hard while brushing. And my gums thanked me for it!

I found the Simply Cinnamon Himalaya toothpaste completely awesome. I didn’t want to stop brushing. It reminds me of Big Red Gum (if that’s still around) but not anywhere near as hot! I looked forward to brushing my teeth with it. It’s strange though brushing with green toothpaste. But then again most things natural are a bit strange, doesn’t mean it’s a bad thing.

If you would like to try out Himalaya Botanique Toothpaste via Amazon use the coupon code: QS53LEGY To save 25%!

Below is the data I was provided and you should check out…

About Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste:

Great taste and long lasting flavor in all 7 different varieties. Full line of flavors: Whitening Complete Care Simply Peppermint, Whitening Complete Care Simply Mint, Complete Care Simply Peppermint, Simply Mint, Simply Cinnamon, Simply Spearmint and the Original Neem and Pomegranate toothpaste.

Free from harmful ingredients like, Carrageenan, Fluoride and SLS.

All 7 varieties are Gluten Free.

Foaming action leaves your mouth feeling fresh all day. •

Himalaya offers a different approach to ingredients.

Neem leaf 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 is a traditional detox formula in ancient Ayurveda composed of the three myrobalan fruits for clean teeth and a radiant smile. » Not only is Xylitol a tooth-friendly sweetener, but it has also been clinically-studied to support good oral hygiene.

Himalaya Botanique Whitening Complete Care Toothpaste contains Papain and Bromelain, the enzymes from papaya and pineapple, to help remove surface stains.

With regular brushing, this herbal formulation helps remove plaque, supports healthy-looking gums and maintains white teeth

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Where to purchase

Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste is available at the following retailers:

Online Retailers: • Amazon.com, Himalayausa.com

National health food stores:

Whole Foods, Sprouts, Natural Grocers Vitamin Cottage Regional health food stores:

PCC Natural Markets, Central Market, Mother’s Market, Earth Origins, King Soopers and many other small independent health food stores. Save on Himalaya!

 

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