This Neem oil toothpaste features an all-natural, concentrated formula—with no SLS or parabens. Neem has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral qualities to kill germs and promote a healthy mouth!
After years of creating my own toothpaste, most of which turn hard after a few weeks, I tried Theraneem Mint Toothpaste. Wow! I finally found a toothpaste my family loved that was all natural with no hassle. I will not be making toothpaste again; we are hooked on Theraneem. Thanks Beeyoutiful!
Very nice toothpaste, minty pleasant taste.
You only need to use a tiny bit so it lasts a long time. It is said that women who want to get pregnant should not use neem. Well I didn't know and I used it while pregnant and I was fine. I highly recommend it!
I am new to going natural, and so I'm trying to take it slow. I'm very picky and not one to try new things. When I first saw this toothpaste, it wasn't the traditional blue or white or green type colors. I was nervous. But after trying it, I found that it is VERY refreshing and minty! You would never know any different! I love that there is no fluoride and the ingredients are ALL natural! I wanted something that would be safe for my little ones and me too!
I highly recommend this product and can never see myself ever going back! Thanks Beeyoutiful for another great product!
Our family just started using the mint toothpaste and really like it. I wasn't sure what the kids would think of it, but they like it and do not mind brushing their teeth! My mouth feels refreshed after using it which I like. The price is the same as other natural toothpastes.
Is there fluoride in this toothpaste? I'm starting to lean away from fluoride from certain articles I have read regarding certain health risks. Also, is this safe for young children (I have 3yr old). Thanks!
Question by: Rose on Dec 2, 2013 3:01:08 AM
Yes, this toothpaste is fluoride free! And it should be fine to use with a child as young as three. I would use it with them and have them spit as much as possible out, but it should not hurt if swallowed!
Answer by: Matt Johnson (Admin) on Dec 2, 2013 3:01:08 AM