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Red Seal Baking Soda Toothpaste

In Others on 12/10/2013 at 09:00

Where I got it: I got sent this for review (how lovely, I use up toothpaste rather fast) but you can get these from your local supermarket!

What I got: This is 100g tube of Red Seal’s Baking Soda Toothpaste. Baking soda is well known for its whitening and cleansing properties, I have also tried the baking soda blackhead scrub which is rather cheap and effective! So when this toothpaste came to me, I was quite excited because I drink heaps of tea at work and it seems to stain my teeth. I love my teeth and I brush my teeth twice a day, morning and night no matter how sleepy I am.


Above: Please excuse my less than sexy and new-looking toothbrush. I really do use the life out of it.

How I find it: I don’t think I need to explain how I brush my teeth.. I just squeeze a good amount of toothpaste on my toothbrush and start brushing away! The tube itself is a little matte to the touch, but it is easy to grip and the cap is easy to flip out. The toothpaste itself tastes a little salty rather than sweet and it does not really foam up (kind of like toothpaste for sensitive teeth I think). It doesn’t fizz if that’s what you’re thinking. It’s not very minty which I am just a little disappointed about. I love a strong minty fresh breath after brushing my teeth.

Overall: The stain removing powers may take longer than using half a tube (I have a weird habit of grinning my teeth in the mirror every single time after I brush my teeth and I do find it whiter every time after I brush), but I like the clean mouth feeling after brushing and that it is paraben free and it uses herbal and mineral ingredients.

Disclaimer: I am not paid to do these reviews. All reviews are of my honest and personal opinions.

  1. I’ve seen this in the supermarket, but never tried it as I was worried it would taste like baking soda! I love the fact that its natural!

  2. I love the Red Seal Natural and the Smokers one. The natural one tastes so good!

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