Davids Natural Toothpaste Review

Davids Natural Toothpaste Review and Giveaway

Davids Natural ToothpasteBy far one of the best things you can do for your body and health is focus on your oral health. When people are young it does not occur to them that the teeth they are given are teeth for life. It is important to take just as much care in your oral health as your mental and physical health.

Since oral health is paramount in my life I am always looking for a pure toothpaste that will give my teeth the best life possible. When I was at the Natural Products Expo I was able to meet the team of Davids Natural Toothpaste.

As I came upon Davids Natural Toothpaste and after the show I reached out and they sent me a tube of toothpaste to review.

Davids Toothpaste Coming Out of TubeDavids Natural Toothpaste is a simple toothpaste, and each ingredient has it’s own purpose. There is nothing additional added, and each ingredient is easy to pronounce such as Calcium Carbonate which us a mild abrasive which is a naturally material mined. Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda) which is used to neutralize plaque forming acids, Xylitol 5 which is used as a sweetener and reduced plaque formation and inhibits enamel demineralization.  Mint Oil is used as a natural mint flavoring as well as Stevia which is also a sweetener that enhances the natural mint oil.

The other ingredients used are Vegetable Glycerin which is used to moisten the mouth as well as Hydrated Silica which removes surface stains and whitens and polishes teeth. NOt only is Carrogenan derived from seaweed but also provided the gel consistency and the Sorbitol which is another natural sweetener which also helps the product from drying out. Also included is purified water which adds texture and is used for blending.

The toothpaste has a fresh taste that left my teeth feeling clean and fresh. There was a nice minty freshness and taste, and it left my breath smelling good.

The metal for Davids Natural ToothpasteAlso included is a “key” that slides at bottom and helps roll the tube up, which allows for full use of the contents in the recyclable metal tube. The carton is made from 100% wind energy and the metal tube is certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council). Each items used is of USA origin and Made in the USA!

The toothpaste is cruelty free and sulfate free, but all ingredients are also gluten-free and fluoride free. The products are contain no artificial flavors, sweeteners, colors or preservatives. Ingredients pure and with a purpose!

Come give your oral routine something different and try Davids Toothpaste!

LogoI encourage all of you to visit Davids Natural Toothpaste and on Amazon.com

You can also find Davids Natural Toothpaste on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Let me start by saying that the products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Davids Natural Toothpaste. This post may contain affiliate links, but this in no way influences the review to follow.

GIVEAWAY: Davids Natural Toothpaste is giving a tube to (1) reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win a tube of Davids Natural Toothpaste (5.25 oz). This is a $7.95 value!  I will be randomly choosing 1 person on June 16th (6/16/2016) to receive this oral care tube! Open to residents in the US. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by Davids Natural Toothpaste! Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a tube of Davids Natural Toothpaste

21 thoughts on “Davids Natural Toothpaste Review

  1. Cynthia C

    I can’t always brush after meals, but other than that I do a pretty good job.

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  2. Laura

    My biggest oral care struggle is pain where I had a root canal done years ago. Apparently I’m allergic to one of the metals that they put in it. Every so often it flares up and is really irritating.

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  3. Jill H

    right now my biggest struggle is a crown I recently had put on, mu gums have been sensitive.

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  4. Carrie G

    I have major dentist phobia so getting to the dentist is my biggest issue

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  5. Maryann D.

    My biggest oral care struggle is trying to prevent my gums from receding more.

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