Dr. Brite – Natural Whitening Toothpaste Review

Dr. Brite - Natural Whitening Toothpaste
Dr Brite Whitening Toothpaste

Product Name: Dr. Brite - Natural Whitening Toothpaste

Product Description: Dr. Brite Toothpaste has great ingredients that will keep your teeth white and gum healthy. As well this toothpaste will prevent cavities. The main healthy ingredients are Organic Green Tea Extract, Organic Spearmint Extract, Activated Bamboo White Charcoal, Menthol, and Organic Coconut Oil.

  • Teeth Cleaning - 99
  • Health Rate - 77
Overall
88

Summary

Pros

  • No Fluoride
  • No SLS
  • No Artificial Colors
  • No Sweeteners

Cons

  • Questionable Organic Ingredients

Dr. Brite has a new natural toothpaste brand on the market. And it appears they did a fantastic job in DR. Brite company. Not only this Toothpaste is free from Fluoride and SLS, but it is also colors and sweeteners free. They claim this toothpaste is 100% natural. That is a bold statement.

But Dr. Brite Toothpaste has great ingredients that will keep your teeth white and gum healthy. As well this toothpaste will prevent cavities. The main healthy ingredients are Organic Green Tea Extract, Organic Spearmint Extract, Activated Bamboo White Charcoal, Menthol, and Organic Coconut Oil. But other than these ingredients, there are others. Organic Stevia is probably there to make this toothpaste sweet since it is not using any artificial sweeteners. Using organic stevia is a much better solution than using sorbitol or other artificial chemicals to make toothpaste sweet.Dr Brite Whitening Toothpaste
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Dr. Brite Toothpaste Have Some Questionable Ingredients

Now, this toothpaste has some questionable ingredients. Some parts are confusing, like organic glycerin. Not sure how you can make organic glycerin if this is a chemical component made in the laboratory. As well, glycerin is a sugar alcohol, an artificial sweetener used in food processing. So there is a big question mark on the statement if this toothpaste is free from artificial sugar.

Organic Xylitol can go in the same basket as organic glycerine. Nowadays, you can get an organic certificate for whatever you want. Soon we will see organic fluoride in toothpaste. Also, I need to say if you decide to buy this toothpaste, then make sure your dog doesn’t eat it because xylitol is very hazardous to dogs.

But the biggest problem with Dr. Brite Toothpaste is that this company uses marketing tricks. They say Vitamin-C infused Whitening Toothpaste. You would think, oh great; this toothpaste has vitamins. But in reality, they use ascorbic acid. And ascorbic acid is a drug artificially made form of Vitamin C.

So we have organic ingredients made in the laboratory, so it is really questionable how come an ingredient is organic if made in the laboratory by mixing chemicals. And some certificate companies gave an organic certificate on that. That smooth organic certification only means that you need to be really careful with a product you buy. Even if it is certified as organic, it is highly possible that it is not organic.

We live in a corporate world; companies that have lots of money can get what they want. I don’t say that this is what happened here, but you need to admit that this story is weird. And these organic statements are at least funny, if not fake. Maybe they read this review and send me a message with more details. But until then, I can’t say anything else.

Dr. Brite toothpaste is excellent for your teeth. It will make them healthy with all that healthy ingredients. There are some of the questionable ingredients, but nothing too bad. The main problematic ingredients like fluoride and SLS are not in the toothpaste, so I would say this toothpaste is safe to use.

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