Redmond Trading Company Earthpaste Review and Giveaway

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What I say:

I will admit when I contacted Redmond Trading about their products I did not know what to expect. When the box arrived in the mail I was in shock at the amount of products they sent me to try. Not only was I pleased to see health and beauty products but also cooking products. 
Earthpaste is a clay-based toothpaste and takes some getting used to - it's not a foaming paste. The taste to me is very mild not the chemical flavor most of us are used to. News flash, you can swallow this stuff without having to call poison control. Earthpaste is natural toothpaste that is safe for the whole family. Earthpaste is unique in that it does not have many of the harmful additives found in everyday toothpaste.


Purified Water – Used to hydrate the clay.
Food Grade Redmond Clay – Natural polisher and cleanser that is also mineral rich and alkaline.
Redmond Real Salt – Enhances flavor and offers anti-bacterial properties associated with sea salt.
Xylitol – Sweetener and also recommended by many for tooth health.
Tea Tree Oil – antibacterial properties, promotes gum health, and bad breath fighter.
Menthol – Helps bring out the clean mouth feeling of the mint. {Only contained in the wintergreen and peppermint flavors.}
Essential Oils – Added for flavor and other health benefits. Peppermint, wintergreen and Cinnamon. Lemon Twist is a new addition aimed for kids.

Remond Trading would love to send 2 lucky fans a tube of  Earthpaste-you pick the flavor!

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What they say:

Amazingly Natural Toothpaste

Earthpaste won’t be what you’re used to, because each ingredient comes from the earth. We don’t add foaming agents or chemicals to make it white — Earthpaste is natural in color, as toothpaste should be. We keep it real.

A disclaimer and disclosure: 
* I received this product in exchange for a review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *

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