Perfect Pearlies™ Toothpaste: Orange Cream
3. NO water required. Optional, but not needed. Perfect for purses & travel bags. Lids have a leak/spill proof inner seal. Can be spit in the trash, sink, or toilet - but even if you swallow, it's not toxic! Perfect Pearlies™ Toothpaste can be used after dinner at restaurants, & can double as a breath freshener!
4. Easy application - Use a the back tip of your toothbrush, a popsicle stick, or your fingernail to scoop out a small amount. Apply to teeth & start brushing with or without water... We recommend a soft-bristle toothbrush, because medium & hard bristles can wear away enamel.
Raw Cocoa Butter, Raw Coconut Oil, Avocado Oil, Non-GMO Xylitol, Mineral Clays, Sodium Bicarbonate, Stevia, Myrrh Gum Powder, Marshmallow Root Powder, Diatomaceous Earth, Oat Straw Powder, Horsetail Powder, Neem Powder, Essential Oil Blend and/or Plant Extracts
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I have a love/hate relationship with this toothpaste. I love it because I don't have to worry about my 4-year-old ingesting chemicals because we all know they swallow it before spitting. I hate it because he refuses to use ANY other toothpaste. I've bought other toothpaste and he uses it once. That's it. He won't open his mouth if he doesn't smell Orange Cream. Yeah, he's that spoiled. If we leave the toothpaste upstairs but need to brush his teeth really fast before he falls asleep (because he decided not to take a nap that day and swears that he is absolutely NOT going to fall asleep), one of us has to run upstairs to get it. That's why I'm buying a new jar tonight. We still have half of the jar left, but we need another one. We're just tired of sprinting up the stairs to get the toothpaste twice a week.
Tastes like an orange creamsicle. Yum
This is the only toothpaste I could get my son with sensory issues to use. So of course I had to buy a little travel one for him to go on a trip.