Weleda Salt Toothpaste

I took my Weleda Salt Toothpaste ($6) out of my medicine cabinet with intentions of testing it out for weeks before I finally put it on my toothbrush. I just found the idea of a toothpaste formulated with salt at once intriguing, off-putting and counterintuitive. But I’m actually into it: it tastes minty and only vaguely salty. Its use of sea salt is designed to increase saliva production in the mouth, washing away bacteria. I love that you can actually feel it working AND that it’s all natural.

See? When I’m wrong, I say I’m wrong. Just like Dr. Houseman.

Weleda Salt Toothpaste is sold on weleda.com.

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1 Comment Weleda Salt Toothpaste

  1. Citrine

    Actually many Asian brands uses salt in their toothpaste formula…LG (that electronic company) also has one called bamboo salt (around 3 bucks for a normal sized tube) my moms uses because it’s quite good for sensitive gum, I like it because the standard Colgate/crest are way too sweet and nasty for me…


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