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Auromere Ayurvedic Toothpaste Review

Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste Mint-Free contains 24 purely natural herbal extracts known to optimise oral hygiene. It is vegan, completely fluoride, gluten, cruelty and mint free and is also a highly sustainable product which lasts three times longer than regular toothpaste (view on Amazon).

Brushing your teeth effectively is fundamental to any dental routine and it’s important to choose the right toothpaste for the job.

Obviously you expect a toothpaste to clean your teeth and help prevent tooth decay, gum disease, and bad breath.  

But all toothpastes do these basic things. As a result, most contain other ingredients to meet different needs, such as abrasives to help whiten teeth. So your choice of toothpaste is going to reflect your personal requirements and how you wish to optimise your oral health.

If you are thinking of turning to Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste Mint-Free then you clearly have very specific criteria and your choice of toothpaste is a little more limited than someone making a less focused decision.  

In this review we will unpack all you need to know to decide whether Auromere Toothpaste is right for you.

What makes a good toothpaste?

A good toothpaste should do more than just clean teeth. It should also help to protect them by fighting tooth decay and preventing inflammation or infection of the gums.   

The ADA only award their Seal of Acceptance to toothpastes which are scientifically proven to be safe and effective and which:

  • Contain at least 1000ppm  fluoride.
  • Use only artificial sweeteners (like saccharin), no sugar.
  • Are not too abrasive (have a relative dentin abrasivity of less than 250)
  • Encourage you to maintain a good oral hygiene regimen *

*In other words, make you want to use it regularly because it is enjoyable and effective to use.  Factors that can influence this are taste, texture, design, etc.

Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste does not contain fluoride but this could be one of the main reasons you are considering it.  There have been some scientifically supported concerns that fluoride may be linked to a variety of health conditions including problems with bones, teeth, and neurological development.  If you share these concerns then Auromere is definitely a product you should consider.

Good toothpaste criteria Auromere toothpaste
At least 1000ppm fluoride No – Fluoride free
Artificial sweeteners No – natural liquorice root is used
Relative Dentin Abrasivity under 250 Not available but does not contain harsh abrasives
Makes you want to use it? Taste – anise (a mint version is available).  Texture – not gritty. Kind – great on sensitive teeth.  Ethically produced and homeopathically compatible.

Though Auromere is not an ADA approved product, natural ingredients are used to carry out all the functions of a regular toothpaste.  

These include cleaning and whitening of teeth without damaging enamel, protection of teeth and gums by killing harmful bacteria whilst promoting friendly bacteria, and preventing and relieving symptoms of gum disease and bad breath.

As Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste does not contain mint or gluten, it is also suitable for people suffering from heartburn, acid reflux, heartburn, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.

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Pros and Cons

auromere toothpaste
Auromere toothpaste

Pros

  • Natural ingredients which do the job of a regular toothpaste – including whitening
  • Compatible with other holistic treatments such as homeopathy
  • Mint, fluoride and gluten free
  • Nice anise taste and texture
  • Good for sensitive teeth

Cons

  • Brown paste can take getting used to
  • Not an ADA recommended product
  • Fairly expensive
  • Does contain potassium sorbate which is a suspected irritant and allergen

Short summary

Overall, Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste is a good toothpaste which uses natural ingredients to gently but effectively perform the job of a regular toothpaste.   

Ayurveda is a ancient Indian system of holistic medicine and Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste is formulated to be compatible with other holistic health systems such as homeopathy.

It is a great choice if you are concerned about the use of fluoride, are mint-sensitive or using homeopathic remedies, or are just wanting to use a completely natural and ethical product.  

Users love its fresh taste and texture and though Auromere is more expensive than regular toothpaste, it is highly concentrated and multi packs are available so cost need not be a deal breaker.

Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste Mint-Free by Auromere - Fluoride-Free, Natural, with Neem and Vegan - 4.16 oz (4 Pack)
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Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste Mint-Free by Auromere - Fluoride-Free, Natural, with Neem and Vegan - 4.16 oz (4 Pack)
  • Homeopathically compatible, containing no mint, eucalyptus, or menthol, and naturally sweetened with licorice root.
  • With 24 special herbal extracts for optimum oral hygiene, including NEEM and PEELU
  • Highly effective natural toothpaste with no artificial colors or sweeteners
  • Super concentrated formula: each tube lasts 3x longer than regular toothpaste
  • Vegan, cruelty-free, flouride-free, gluten-free, non-GMO

 

5 things you need to know about Auromere Ayurvedic toothpaste


1.) Does it work?

Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste is a general toothpaste which aims to address all oral health problems such as tooth decay, gum inflammation and disease, bad breath and staining. What makes Auromere different is that natural ingredients are used to tackle these issues.

Teeth are prone to yellowing with age and can be stained by products such as tobacco, red wine, coffee and tea. Auromere users are more likely to be ‘into’ an holistic lifestyle and thus less likely to indulge in these products. So claims that Auromere Toothpaste effectively whitens teeth have to be considered in that light.

Whitening toothpaste usually contains an abrasive agent to help polish tooth enamel and lift surface stains. Auromere uses fine chalk particles and silica to gently clean the teeth without damaging the enamel. The shape, size and nature of the particles provide a polishing and whitening action that is less abrasive than other toothpastes.

A combination of natural ingredients known to promote oral health combine to prevent and reduce plaque by killing acidic decay-causing bacteria and promoting the growth of  tooth friendly non acidic bacteria. The blend of ingredients also strengthens enamel, relieves and heals gum inflammation/disease and promotes fresh breath.

2.) Will Auromere toothpaste damage my teeth?

Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste is a purely natural product and users like its non-gritty texture.  The fine chalk particles provide a polishing action that is far less abrasive than other toothpastes and do not damage tooth enamel.

3.) Does Auromere toothpaste protect your teeth?

A combination of natural ingredients, including peelu and neem, all combine to prevent and reduce plaque by killing acidic decay-causing bacteria and promoting the growth of  tooth friendly non acidic bacteria.

The twigs of the Peelu tree (also known as the miswak tree) and those of the Neem tree have antibacterial properties which prevent plaque formation. They have been used for centuries as toothbrushes by ancient peoples.

4.) How does Auromere toothpaste taste?

Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste is flavoured with liquorice root and has a mild anise flavour.  A more traditional mint version is available.

5.) Is there something better?

Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste is suitable for anyone concerned about the use of fluoride. It is also great  for if you are mint-sensitive or looking for a completely natural and ethical product.

As Auromere Ayurvedic Herbal Toothpaste does not contain mint or gluten, it is also suitable for people suffering from heartburn, acid reflux, heartburn, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.

If your teeth are quite yellow or you like to indulge in teeth staining products you may find that Auromere’s whitening products are not effective enough for you.  If you want a truly dazzling smile you might want to consider doTERRA natural whitening toothpaste.

Auromere toothpaste bonus

You can get the toothpaste in a pack of 2, pack of 4, or pack of 8.

8 works out cheaper per pack, but you may want to consider going with less packs at first. 4 is the most popular.

Auromere toothpaste ingredients

Fine chalk (a gentle cleanser), glycerin (vegetable oil), water.

Herbal extract blend: Peelu (Salvadora persica), Neem (Azadirachta indica), Indian licorice root, pomegranate rind, Common jujube, Rose apple, clove, Persian walnut, Barleria prinoitis bark (Vajradanti), Indian almond, Bedda nut, Asian Holly oak, Prickly Ash, Zanthoxylum alatum (Tejbal), Sappan wood, Catechu, Bengal Madder, Acacia Arabica bark (Babul), sarsaparilla, cinnamon, Medlar bark, Mayweed, Bishop’s Weed (flower extract), silica, sodium lauryl sulfate (from Indian coconut oil), carageenan (from seaweed), cellulose gum (from plants), olive oil, anethol, geranium extract, potassium sorbate (potassium salt), p thymol (from thyme oil).

Is Auromere toothpaste any good?

If you want a fluoride, mint, gluten and cruelty free ethical and sustainable product, this is a great choice.  

What’s more, it is homeopathically compatible and suitable for anyone with heartburn, acid reflux, heartburn, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.  

The only ‘fly in the ointment’ is the use of potassium sorbate as a preservative, which is a suspected irritant and allergen.  However, users love it and has lots of Auromere toothpaste reviews.

FAQs

Is this toothpaste safe for children?

Many toothpastes are not appropriate for young children as they have a high fluoride content. However, as Auromere toothpaste is fluoride free with a mild flavor, it should be suitable for young children.

Does this toothpaste taste minty?

No, it has a mild anise or fennel flavor.

Is this product mint free?

Yes

Can you tell me where this toothpaste falls on the RDA Index?

The box does not state its RDA.

Does Auromere toothpaste contain glycerin?

Yes,  derived from plants.

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