Burt's Bees Toothpaste
3.38 / 5 based on 1,011 Reviews
With Plaque-Fighting Cranberry Extract 99.2% Natural - Natural Products Association Certified Natural, effective toothpaste clinically proven to improve oral health. With real cranberry extract known to block bacteria from adhering to teeth and gums, helping prevent plaque formation before it starts. Multiple benefits to naturally care for teeth and gums. No Artificial Colors, Flavors, Preservatives or Sweeteners With regular brushing: Prevents cavities Reduces plaque Whitens teeth by gently removing surface stains Promotes healthy gums Contains calcium and phosphorus to promote strong, healthy teeth Freshens breath SLS-free Natural Personal Care products for The Greater Good.™ Never any Sulfate, Parabens, Phthalates, or Petrochemicals. No Animal Testing ; Questions? 800-849-7112see more...
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Burt's Bees Toothpaste
- "Burt's Bees is a fairly expensive brand but the product is organic, tastes great and works well." in 5 reviews
I got a sample of this product, i liked it but never actually repurchased it. Unsure of the cost
This toothpaste was nice feeling and left my teeth clean but I felt as if it was too waxy for me.
Not my favorite toothpaste had a very unsatisfying taste to it made me gag a lot do not recommend
Didn't like this toothpaste but I love their lotions. I would rather stick with crest or Colgate.
I give it an a because it makes my mouth feel fresh and clean. anything Burt's bees deserves an A.
I love Burt's Bee's. Their toothpaste is great. It makes my teeth feel clean and my mouth minty.
Not a fan of the taste. Something my mom made me try when I was young. Never purchased it myself.
I didn't like the taste of this toothpaste but it got the job done I guess. I didn't repurchase.
I love that this is a natural, effective toothpaste. I use this after doing a coconut oil swish.
Do not like this toothpaste, I much rather have a clean fresh like Colgate or something like that
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Burt's vs Tom's... I have a hard time with toothpastes being too strong and can end up with cuts at the corners of my lips. I bought "Toms" toothpaste thinking it would help but the taste was disgusting and gritty. To top it off the mint still bothered my mouth. Anyway! I have found a toothpaste that doesn't bother me (it's an orange flavor) but my mouth seems to feel less clean. Has anyone tried burt's and tom's? I like burt's other products for the most part but I have disposed of a lot of other toothpaste in the past...
I love Burt's Bees, but toothpaste? Is it good tasting and keep your mouth clean?
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