Is Natural Toothpaste Good for Your Teeth?


Natural toothpaste seems like a logical choice when you're seeking an alternative to typical store-bought toothpastes. Natural toothpaste makers tout their products as containing natural ingredients without dangerous traces of fluoride or other additives.

We should be careful with what we use for our personal care routines and that includes the toothpaste we use. Knowing which ingredients are considered dangerous and which aren't is important to keep our bodies away from harm.

So are these toothpastes really good for your teeth?

What is a natural toothpaste?

Natural toothpastes are toothpastes made from natural ingredients. They have been designed for those who are looking for a better way of taking care of their teeth. They do not include any flavors, colors, foaming agents, sweeteners or artificial ingredients.

Regular or traditional toothpastes are packed with many chemicals and substances that are considered by many experts as toxic, dangerous and sometimes even carcinogenic. Parabens, SLS, triclosan and propylene glycol are among the most common of these nasty chemicals.


The best toothpastes have plenty of antibacterial ingredients that protect teeth from decay, plaque buildup, and other problems. But most people don't realize that they can get the same protection with an eco friendly natural toothpaste. These toothpastes contain a lot of powerful antibacterial ingredients such as green tea extract, ginger root extract, stevia leaf extract, peppermint oil, and essential oils.

These ingredients are natural but still work perfectly in keeping your mouth and teeth clean and as well as freshens your breath. There are many variations of natural toothpaste on the market that uses all kinds of natural ingredients.

If you're hesitant about trying out these natural toothpastes because you're not sure if they will work, do your own research and find the ingredients that you think meet your oral care needs.

Do natural toothpastes actually work?

Yes, they actually work. When natural toothpastes were introduced on the market, they didn't contain a lot of natural ingredients. And many people were hesitant about its efficacy.

Fortunately, a lot has changed since natural toothpastes first came out. Many researches on natural ingredients were done and a lot of them have been added to different formulations for oral care.

How to choose the right natural toothpaste for you

Choosing the right toothpaste for you is just as important as making the switch to natural toothpaste.

Natural doesn't mean the ingredients will not cause any allergic reactions. So make sure to do your research on the ingredients of the natural toothpaste you're planning to use. Reputable toothpaste makers include a list of the ingredients of their product so this part shouldn't be hard.

Additionally, the toothpaste should have an expiration date. If it doesn't, you're better off with a different kind brand of natural toothpaste.

It would also help your search for the right natural toothpaste if you read reviews online from other users. Doing so should give you an idea on what to expect from the toothpaste or whether or not it's for you.

Next Up: What Ingredients Should You Avoid in Toothpaste?

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