Jason Natural Powersmile fluoride-free toothpaste

Jason Natural Power Smile Jason Natural Powersmile fluoride free toothpaste

Back in March, I reviewed a bunch of SLS and fluoride-free toothpastes and if you remember, I tried four of them – Weleda, Now Foods, Logona and Jason Natural. My favorite of the lot is Jason Natural Powersmile, which I’ve continued to use till this day. Well, I thought I’ll do a quick update, especially on the health of my teeth and gums since I’ve just gone for my regular dental checkup last week.

Healthy gums and teeth
I think the last time I went for a tooth polishing was end of last year or early in the year and since then, I’ve not done anything to my teeth except to brush them twice a day. I don’t even floss them as often as I should, but only when I can remember to. And no mouthwash either. So it was a pleasant surprise when my dentist declared that my teeth and gums are looking very healthy and he didn’t even need to clean or polish them! He particularly mentioned that my gums look really pink and nice!

Jason Natural, Powersmile, 6oz US$4.71 from iherb.com

Calcium carbonate, aqua (water), glycerin, sodium cocoyl glutamate, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, carrageenan, aloe barbadensis leaf gel*, bambusa arundinacea stem powder, carum petroselinum (parsley) extract, citrus grandis (grapefruit) seed extract, perilla ocymoides seed extract, stevia rebaudiana extract, silica, sodium bicarbonate. *Certified Organic Ingredient

When I last reviewed the Jason Natural Powersmile, I mentioned that I was pretty impressed as I find its performance above the normal Colgate toothpaste I was using. This toothpaste contains an exclusive blend of natural polishers and stain-fighting botanicals, including bamboo powder, calcium carbonate, sodium bicarbonate and silica. It’s quite potent and I don’t need to use that much of the paste compared to the others or I’ll get a rather bitter minty aftertaste.

Highly recommended
Well, it was a good decision to switch to a fluoride-free toothpaste afterall. In fact, before using this, I’ve never had compliments heaped on my teeth nor gums before. My current toothpaste must be doing a good job of keeping my dentist happy! LOL. So if you’re thinking of switching over to a fluoride-free toothpaste, I would highly recommend Jason Natural Powersmile. The 6oz tube cost me US$4.71 from iherb.com and it lasted me a good three months or so because like what I’ve mentioned, I really don’t use too much of it each time.

5 hearts Jason Natural Powersmile fluoride free toothpaste

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Blog editor of Viva Woman, Sesame is a skin care addict who is fond of using natural & organic beauty products. She also enjoys ogling at handmade jewelry & cute stationery.

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Comments

  1. kahling says:

    hehe, i switch to Jasons becos of your write up and am also very happy. it’s much better and less expensive that the Toothsoap i was using earlier. Thank you

  2. Great review. Now I have to look up a Dutch version :)

  3. tripbuggy says:

    Jason Natural Powersmile – Any idea whether can I get this locally instead of from iHerb?

    • Sesame says:

      I’m not too sure. Perhaps SuperNature or this shop I reviewed in Chinatown carries but I can’t guarantee. http://www.vivawoman.net/2010/02/22/natural-organic-nook-at-chinatown/

      • tripbuggy says:

        Much thanks :) will check them out else I will order online from this local seller I’ve found :) http://www.naturaworks.com/Shop/products/Powersmile-All-Natural-Whitening-Toothpaste.html

  4. I’ve been using this for 6 months and really like it. My gums are healthier and helps keep coffee stains away. I like the price too.

  5. Hi Sesame
    Do your kids use them too? Are they kids-safe (over 8 yo)?
    Tks

    • It’s okay…my son used it for awhile and it was okay but the peppermint taste can be quite strong. I won’t be surprised kids won’t like it or will need more time to get used to it.

      • Hi Sesame, what toothpaste would you recommend for children?
        Tks!

        • Sesame says:

          Logona has something suitable.

          • Hi Sesame
            Just wanted to report back that I’ve just stumbled on Earthpaste.
            It seems that this toothpaste has been catching a lot of attention in the US lately as it is made with natural clay and best of all is suitable for children. I might want to try it.
            It was recently out of stock at iHerb but is back in stock again.
            Hope you’ll be able to do a review one day :)

          • Oh sounds interesting! I’ll check it out…maybe I’ll order cos I’m planning to replenish stocks from iHerb. Thanks for recommending!

  6. Destiny7 says:

    iherb has Powersmile on sale for $1 this week! I wouldn’t have even paid attention to it without this entry.

  7. winterworks says:

    How much was the shipping cost you paid at iherb?

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