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I have extremely sensitive teeth. I only use Sensodyne toothpaste, but I wanted to try re-mineralizing toothpaste, since some of my teeth are getting eroded almost to the gum. I wasn't sure what to think when I read the reviews. Some said it tasted bad. I love the taste. It is different than most toothpaste, but it does not taste bad at all! It has worked just as well as Sensodyne, on my sensitive teeth! I was very surprised! Time will tell if it remineralizes my teeth. I will use a few bottles before I can judge that fairly, but so far, I love this toothpaste! It doesn't have all the harmful ingredients my old toothpaste had.UPDATE: I am now on my second jar, and I’m thrilled to report, that it actually does remineralize your teeth! I had gaps in several teeth where the enamel had worn away so much that when I flossed, the floss would get stuck in the part of the tooth that was missing. My tooth was almost down to the nerve, on one side, and I knew I would soon need a root canal! Now, it is noticeably improved! It doesn’t hurt anymore either! So excited!! Don’t rinse your mouth out after brushing. It allows the toothpaste to work best.
I have been using natural toothpaste for as long as I can remember. When I started searching for a glycerin free option the choices were limited and I found this brand. Great, mild taste, no excessive foaming, and a nice size container where a little goes a long away. I actually prefer this one over the other brands I had been using up until now.
I mean it, and I'm always skeptical on such declarations. I've been having bad toothaches in 2 places recently, as well as sensitivity. Not due for a dental appointment, but I don't want to sift through several dental appointments, different locations, and getting charged ridiculously. I was reading mixed reviews with teeth remineralizing powders and gels. This one stood out because moringa, which my mom grew up in her hometown using moringa (they grew off the sides of the roads) for medicinal purposes. I've only heard of it from my mom and people peddling off super food powders, but I figured, "oh what the heck. It's affordable" so I purchased it.When trying it the first time, there is a pine, almost tea tree like smell and taste, but there's an after mint taste which is good. It looks like clay in a jar, but right after use, my toothaches were both practically gone. If they did come back, it's not as painful, and the more I used it (2 times a day), there is no pain and sensitivity! And the mint is not too strong, yet my teeth and gums feel much more clean and fresh. I've been using sensodine toothpaste prior to this, and it's very temporary for relief, but I was surprised this moringa toothpaste worked so well. I will buy more. I'm sold. Okay. Thank you!!
I love the smell - it’s clean. For taste, it’s toothpaste, I’m not eating it. I’ve only had it for 2 days, and it looks like the translucent portions of my teeth are “filling in” (4 brushings for 5 minutes each). Can’t wait to see what one month will bring!