product find :: Jack n Jill Organic toothpaste

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Now, I am not one of those mums that is totally obsessed with no-chemicals, no preservatives, no colours and all that kind of stuff. But I have to be honest when I say, I have become a little bit more choosy of what I buy for my kids. When I can, and, if it is easily available, I like to try and purchase the most natural kind of products. And toothpaste you ask? You will be surprised…

When I discovered Jack n Jill organic toothpaste a little while ago, I was instantly intrigued. I mean… toothpaste… does it really matter? But then I realised that kids actually eat this stuff. It is not like they use it, brush and wash like we do. Well, mine don’t at least.

jack n jill toothpaste

Let me tell you about a few of the technical reasons why I am loving this brand so much…

- Made with organic ingredients
- Fluoride Free (xylitol instead)
- Sugar Free
- Colour Free
- SLS Free
- No Preservatives
- BPA free recyclable packaging

These days, brushing teeth is not a challenge. These days, the kids want to do it together. These days, the toothpaste actually tastes good!

Our favourite flavour is blueberry.

Try it. Tell me, do your kids have a favourite toothpaste flavour

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*I was paid to write this review. All opinions are however my own. No one can buy that.

  • Bec | Mumma Tells

    LOVE the stuff! I had a terrible aversion to toothpaste during both pregnancies… as in I couldn’t use the regular stuff or I’d simply vomit it back up – and then some! This toothpaste was my saving grace. Banana flavour for me!

  • http://www.threequartersfull.com/ Three Quarters Full

    oh we love Jack n Jill, the blackcurrant is a favourite in our house, closely followed by raspberry

  • http://www.jfgibson.com.au/ Jodi Gibson

    Yep love this

  • http://essentiallyjess.com/ EssentiallyJess

    Oh will have to have a look. Currently we have about four different types because they all prefer a different flavour, and I don’t mind buying separate ones if it means they will brush their teeth!