Naturally whitening toothpaste? Does such a thing actually exist? In some cultures, strong white teeth are a sign of strength and sexiness. Even English-born novelist, Zadie Smith, chose to call her first novel White Teeth. Don?t you think teeth whitening and strips have set the grooming world into a tizzy?
As a vegetarian and life long lover of the environment, I?ve always been a fan of the natural and organic. So naturally, I was thrilled when I was introduced to Burt?s Bees LATEST offering: the natural, fluoride-free toothpaste. It has real cranberry extract that blocks bacteria from the teeth and gums, and of course is known for its antioxidant properties.
But the taste of the toothpaste is as important as the packaging and efficiency, no? These toothpastes (from the Naturally Whitening ? which come in two versions, with and without fluoride ? as well as the Kid?s Versions in Berry Bee and Orange Wow) don?t over zing your mouth with too much mint. They leave you with such a pleasant sensation that you?ll want to consume the toothpaste like skittles.
Think of all those agonizing teeth whitening visits you?ll save if you would only just – COMMIT to brushing your teeth with a safe toothpaste just twice or thrice a day. And with a price tag of just $5, you can choose: that teeth-staining Starbucks latte or a month?s supply of clean teeth?
Oh, and did we mention that you can get a free sample? Happy 40th anniversary, Burt?s Bees.
– Charu Suri