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Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste #MomsMeet #Sponsored

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Moms Meet
I received complimentary product for the purpose of review, but all opinions are honest and they are my own.
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While I typically write about food and drinks, I sometimes write about products that are important for health and wellness as well. And, really, you need your teeth for eating. So, I think mouth health is certainly related to my usual topic! 

I received a selection of toothpastes from Himalaya Botanique and my family of four quickly divided them up for testing. First, a little bit about the line...


About Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste
There are seven different varieties: 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.

All of them are gluten-free. Yes, when my husband became gluten-free, I quickly discovered that gluten can be hidden in all type of products from shampoos to lotions and from sunscreen to toothpaste. Himalaya Botanique is also free from carrageenan, fluroide, and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS). SLS is what makes other toothpastes foam. However, Himalaya Botanique foams just fine without that!


Our Thoughts
So far, we've all been using the toothpastes for about a month. Comments have included that the texture is nice and is more like foam than like paste. A little bit goes a long way; I only use a small pea-size amount each time. Teeth feel fresh and clean. One of my kids likes the box in which the toothpaste comes. Really. 

But the biggest testament I have for the line of toothpastes: they taste great! I have a tough time finding toothpaste that doesn't taste too strong. My family objects to overly flavorful toothpaste. And while these are certainly minty, they are not overpoweringly minty. 

So far, I have had no complaints. That's a huge plus. And, at $5.99 per tube, they are priced in the same range of what we usually purchase. I also like that this line is readily available at my local Whole Foods. You can also find it online at amazon and their own website. Links below. 



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*Disclosure: I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meet programMay Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product.

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