I received Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste on behalf of MomsMeet.com to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.
Last month a case of toothpaste showed up on my doorstep and I was eager to try it out. It’s amazing how much dental problems can cost (just ask me about the troubles we experienced in 2015 to the tune of almost $8000.) So I’m pretty particular about the toothpaste we use in our house – and that goes for all four of my family members. My husband was happy to help me out in testing the Himalaya Botanique Complete Care Toothpaste.
The flavors of the Himalaya Toothpaste include Simply Mint, Simply Spearmint and Simply Cinnamon. Some of the mints are made to help with whiter teeth. I’m used to mint toothpaste. I’ve used it for as far back as I can remember. My favorite flavor of toothpaste from the collection I received is the Simply Cinnamon. It’s not too strong of a flavor, and it leaves my teeth feeling clean long after I brush my teeth.
Himalaya Botanique has 7 varieties of toothpaste and all 7 are gluten free. Their line contains neem leaf to clean teeth. They are free from harmful ingredients and their Whitening Complete Care Toothpaste contains Papain and Bromelain, the enzymes from papaya and pineapple, to help remove surface stains.
The toothpaste is available through Himalaya Toothpaste’s website, and on Amazon. It retails for $5.99. (This is comparable to a specialty toothpaste you’ll find in stores.) You can also find it at various health food stores, including Whole Foods.
I have sensitive teeth and can be somewhat particular when it comes to the toothpaste I use. In the weeks I’ve used the Simply Cinnamon toothpaste, I have not noticed a difference in the sensitivity of my teeth (sometimes I’ll notice MORE sensitivity when I change toothpaste brands.) My teeth feel clean and I plan on continuing to use this toothpaste – we’ll see if my dentist notices a difference in a few months!