Review: Jack N Jill Natural Teeth Care


Disclaimer: I was sent the products in this post for review.  I was not paid for this post and all opinions are my own.

Proper dental hygiene is so important and it's been a goal of mine to start Hannah & Savannah realizing the importance of caring for their teeth. H & S brush their teeth two times a day: in the mornings and at night during bath time.  Making teeth brushing fun can be a challenge and finding tooth pastes these girls like is even harder!

Jack 'n Jill sent H&S a couple tubes of toothpaste in raspberry and strawberry to try out as well as a cute toothbrush for Hannah and a silicone tooth and gum brush for Savannah.  But what looks like an average toothbrush is a lot more. In fact, it's biodegradable and the handle will break down within ninety days in a typical compost. The bristles are made of nylon which is also recyclable. This is only a small glimpse into the heart of a fabulous company like Jack 'n Jill. The finger and gum brushes for teeny-tiny little ones as well are and they even offer biodegradable rinse cups made from bamboo and rice husks (that are all, of course, BPA and PVC free as well).

All ingredients on the label checked out, and boasted some other pretty awesome information! These toothpastes are truly all-natural, fluoride free, color and dye free and preservative free.  There are no tricky ingredients with hard to pronounce names and no chemicals to irritate my little ones.

Thanks to Jack 'n Jill, brushing remains a fun time to teach our children the value of proper oral health without worrying about some unexpected consequences. I should also point out at only $6.99 per 1.76 ounce/50 gram tube, this price is either comparable to or significantly cheaper than a lot of other natural toothpastes on the market.

Of course, Jack 'n Jill's awesomeness doesn't stop there. They're offering one of my readers the chance to win the same products that H&S happily reviewed! This giveaway is open until February 24th! Good luck and happy brushing!

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  1. Anonymous2/17/2014

    I love this, i hate most children's toothpastes taht I find at this store, this one seems like such a better alternative!! I would LOVE to try it!!!


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