I’ve found a great toothpaste for my little Miss Seven, that is not only cruelty-free but also sodium lauryl sulphate, paraben and other nasty chemical free as well.
I’ve been using the cruelty-free Red Seal toothpastes for a while (post coming soon), but only recently discovered that they have a kids option as well.
Since ‘bubble gum’ flavour is not really my thing (eww!) I thought I’d go straight to the target market and get Miss Seven to review this one for me.
Me: What do you think of the flavour of this toothpaste?
Miss Seven: I really like it … it tastes fruity.
Me: And does it make your teeth sparkly clean?
Miss Seven: I think so – but I’ve never really checked. I just brush my teeth and move on.
Me: How does you mouth feel when you’ve brushed your teeth?
Miss Seven: It feels like minty inside.
Me: Anything else you’d say about it?
Miss Seven: It’s white!
Me: Ok – back to serious questions, why do you think it’s important to only use products that aren’t tested on animals?
Miss Seven: Well we have animals, and I don’t think anyone should test on animals. It’s naughty.
Me: So the ultimate question – would you buy this toothpaste again?
Miss Seven: Probably – but you buy the shopping and make the decisions.
Me: Fair point!
So there you have it – insightful journalism at it’s very best. But in all seriousness, this is a great option for a kids toothpaste that is not only cruelty free, but also free from nasty chemicals as well.
Red Seal Kids Toothpaste retails for $3.55.
While I’ve found that the adult versions of Red Seal toothpaste are available in most supermarkets, I’ve only found the kids version either in health food stores or online.