Trader Joe’s All Natural Peppermint Toothpaste

Written by Joel

I’ve been using Trader Joe’s All Natural Anticavity Peppermint Toothpaste for a while now and I love it. It has baking soda and fluoride in it but doesn’t contain saccharin, lauryl sulphate or propylene glycol like a lot of major toothpastes.

The first thing you notice is that it’s an off white color and contains no fancy stripes. It is all natural, with the formula containing fluoride to prevent cavities and naturally hydrated silica to “polish your smile whiter”. It also has Essential Oil of Peppermint which has to be tried to see the difference to your normal toothpaste, much more “minty”.

Trader Joes All Natural Toothpaste
[Photo via Ebay]

I’ll admit, the freshness wears off a lot more quickly than the popular toothpaste brands but after trying another toothpaste at an overnight at a friends house, I can now never go back. They taste so artificial that I’m a convert for good.

You have to buy it in-store for $3.99 at Trader Joe’s though strangely you can buy it off Ebay too. Well, why not?! It is listed as being new…

For another toothpaste review, take a look at Adam’s review of Optima Aloe Dent.


Comments

6 Responses to “Trader Joe’s All Natural Peppermint Toothpaste”

  1. Purely

    I would perosnally never buy toothpaste, dental floss, neosporin, liquid soap, or things like that oof of eBay. Never quite sure if they are new o r not.

  2. Joel

    Yes, I probably wouldn’t buy it from ebay myself to be honest!

  3. Aravinda

    Yes, I too love this toothpaste. It is indeed hard to use anything else once you have tried this. Unfortunately I have no Trader Joe’s near me so either I have to find an online source or beg friends to get it for me.

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  5. Art Gozinya

    It’s $1.99 at our local TJ’s.. It’s so thick that it is challenging to extrude from the tube. Also recent samples are underweight at 4.5 oz’s.

    I believe that’s due to the density of the product, and is not filling the tube properly during the manufacturing process.

    Trader Joe’s corporate office in CA,. acknowledges that there is a problem with the thickness of the product.

    Lets see if they implore their supplier improve it.

  6. Cc

    I have never been able to stand saccharin and was lucky to find Tom’s of Maine over 20 years ago but Tom’s hasn’t been the same since selling out to Colgate and Tom’s price is getting ridiculous. Trader Joe’s reminds me of the way Tom’s used to be and sells at a good price too. I get mine from Amazon 6 tubes at a time!
    If the big toothpaste companies wanted more business they would offer saccharin free toothpaste, seems to be more and more people looking to go sweetener free, as well as fluoride free nowadays.