Spotlight On: Dr. Bronner’s Toothpaste

Dr. Bronner’s toothpaste is fluoride free, made with organic ingredients.

Dr. Bronner's ToothpasteIf you are familiar with the Dr. Bronner’s legacy, you know about their deep commitment to safe ingredients, social change, corporate responsibility and environmental sustainability. This iconic soapmaking company does not come out with new products very often. So when they do, people pay attention.

The Natural Products Expo last March was buzzing with the news that Dr. Bronner’s was introducing a new toothpaste. Lucky me got a small sample to try! And lucky for you, the toothpaste is now available in stores, including Amazon and Thrive Market.

New Product Spotlight via mindfulmomma.comThe new All-One Toothpaste comes in 3 flavors: peppermint, cinnamon and anise.

  • Fluoride-free
  • 70% organic ingredients
  • No synthetic detergent foaming agents
  • Vegan & cruelty free
  • No artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, or sweeteners
  • 100% recyclable box and tube

Are you ready to give a new toothpaste a try?

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About Micaela

Micaela Preston is a marketing and communications consultant specializing in natural, organic and eco-friendly products and the health and wellness space. Micaela is available as a social media manager, green lifestyle writer, public speaker, brand ambassador and marketing manager.

Comments

  1. Interesting. I love everything Dr. Bronner’s. Will have to look for it.

  2. Yes, I’d try it as soon as I can find it locally. Also, if it’s not too spicy my kids might use it.

  3. Have you tried it, Micaela? Interested in how it compares to others. I use Tom’s currently.

  4. Lisa Sharp says:

    I prefer a glycerin-free toothpaste but looks interesting and good for those that want a more “normal” toothpaste.

  5. I bought One from whole foods and It contained Carrageenan which I’m allergic to. So I’m about to return it.

  6. Is doctor bronners toothpaste safe for three year olds?

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