Out of New Zealand comes an all natural oral care line- Grin. I didn’t realize all the different chemicals and additives in kids’ toothpastes, but the creators of Grin did. They have a line of products for adults and kids that shows you can get a refreshing clean while still using natural ingredients. When trying to reduce the amount of artificial ingredients and chemicals we are exposed to and ingest on a daily basis, we often overlook our dental products and forget how much can be in there.
The kids’ line of products include toothbrushes, toothpaste, and flossers. The flossers are fully biodegradable and I liked that they came individually wrapped (wrapping is also biodegradable). Having them individually wrapped made it easy to throw in the bag for an afternoon outing, and I felt like they were kept more sanitary. The flossers didn’t start threading during use, like some floss does. The GRRR-IN! toothbrushes are made with either bamboo or corn starch, and the toothbrush handles are also 100% biodegradable. They are perfect size for little hands, and the grip was thicker in some areas, making it comfortable to hold. They come in vibrant colors which kids love too, and the bristles are soft but very effective. The Grin kids’ toothpaste is all natural and combats bacteria with ingredients including organic sea salt, organic aloe leaf extract, and organic calendula oil. There are no artificial colors, flavors, artificial sweeteners, or artificial preservatives. The flouride free toothpaste comes in Berry-licious, and the flouride free toothpastes comes in Orange and Strawberry. All products are very decently priced and you can get more information or order on https://grinnatural.com/.
Kim Alsumiri is a Senior Writer who focuses on baby products and travel. A proud California native, she has a deep understanding of the needs of families with young children. With over 10 years of experience in the writing industry, Kim has a passion for finding and sharing the best products and experiences for parents and their little ones. She has also developed a strong interest in social issues related to parenting and child-rearing. As a mother of three young children, Kim knows firsthand the joys and challenges of raising a family. Her personal experience and love for travel allow her to offer valuable insights to her readers on the best places to go and things to do with kids in tow.