Himalaya Herbal Healthcare Neem & Pomegranate Review

Himalaya Herbal Healthcare Neem & Pomegranate Toothpaste

Himalaya Herbal Healthcare Neem & Pomegranate Toothpaste
6.7

Teeth Cleaning

8/10

Health Rate

6/10

Pros

  • fluoride-free
  • SLS Free
  • no animal testings

Cons

  • contains sodium coco sulphate
  • contains carrageenan

In this day and age, there are tons of options to choose from in regards to dental hygiene. While some contain harmful chemicals, there are others that claim to be entirely natural products. On my search for organic toothpaste, I discovered Himalaya Herbal toothpaste, which is supposed to be all natural and beneficial to health, so I decided to give it a try.Himalaya Toothpaste
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Himalaya Toothpaste Ingredients

Upon purchasing Himalaya product for the first time, I realized that it contains carrageenan, which is a natural ingredient that can significantly harm you. Carrageenan has been linked to inflammation, stomach problems, and cancer in more extreme cases. Although there is most likely not a significant enough amount of carrageenan in Himalaya toothpaste to do real damage, there is no telling what prolonged use will lead to. The fact that Himalaya Herbal Toothpaste contains this harmful ingredient makes it a risky product to use indeed.

When I tried Himalaya toothpaste, I was happy that it does not contain fluoride and other chemicals. However, when I read the label, I discovered that it contains sodium coco sulfate, which is just another name for sodium lauryl sulfate. This chemical can significantly irritate the skin and form painful canker sores in the mouth. Since SLS is a detergent, when applied to the skin it will begin to eat away at the cells. While Himalaya Herbal Healthcare toothpaste has this chemical, they try to hide it under the disguise of sodium coco sulfate to maintain natural qualities. Himalaya is such a well reputable company, and I do not understand why they use this level of deception for their loyal customers.

There have also been some reports that Himalaya toothpaste can cause allergic reactions in consumers. Within a few weeks, some clients noted that they started developing cardiac issues and palpitations, which can lead to dangerous results. Many people are just misled by the listed ingredients and promises of an organic product, and in turn are putting their lives and health in danger through purchasing Himalaya product.

Aside from the deadly chemicals and side effects from this self-proclaimed natural toothpaste, it also tastes bitter and leaves a lingering aftertaste for hours. After using this for the first time, I could barely brush my teeth due to the horrible flavor, and even though it is supposed to be pomegranate, I did not experience any pleasant, fruity flavor. It is just not a safe alternative to fluoride toothpaste, and many people cannot handle the bitterness.

After using Himalaya product only once, I would not recommend this to anyone. There are simply too many health-related risks involved and not to mention a disgusting flavor that everyone can agree on. Plenty other organic toothpaste is available on the market, so do not take the risk purchasing this because it is not even 100% natural! Carrageenan and sodium lauryl sulfate can be extremely damaging to your health, and the product that is supposed to improve your health should not contain these chemicals.

UPDATED 21/08/2017

Removed text about SLS since this toothpaste does not have SLS. It has Sodium Coco Sulfate and you can read more about that if you follow the link provided in the article. I did raise the rating for few points since SLS is not in this toothpaste, but still, other ingredients are still questionable and I can’t raise the rating higher.

Disclaimer: All natural toothpaste brands are better than regular toothpaste. Regular tubes of toothpaste are poison in your mouth. Fluoride is one of the main ingredients that is a hazard to your health, teeth and most important for your brain! All natural toothpaste brands do not contain fluoride and other dangerous substances.

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