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Jack N’ Jill Natural Toothpaste {Giveaway} – CLOSED

Disclosure: This could be a sponsored post or contain affiliate links (which means I earn a percentage of the sale), but all opinions are strictly my own.

I remember reading something a couple of years ago about Martha Stewart saying that she married someone who had perfectly straight, white teeth so that her children would also have perfectly straight, white teeth.  Ironically enough, both of my parents fall into that category of having perfectly straight, white teeth (without braces EVER for either of them) and my mom didn’t even have wisdom teeth.  You’d think that the four of us kids would have hit the jackpot when it came to our teeth, right?

Wrong.  Completely wrong.

My brother and sister have both had jaw surgery to correct their bite, and I just recently found out that I’m a good candidate for the same surgery when I went in to check in on getting braces to push back my teeth from years of swallowing incorrectly.  While my other brother hasn’t heard anything about surgery, he has always had a bunch of cavities that need to be drilled and filled at each appointment even though he brushes often and visits the dentist regularly.

 When it comes to oral health, I’m just gearing myself up for the worst for my children, but I’m also conscientious about the precautions that I can take when they’re young.  We try to avoid sugary foods and juices, our city water is fluoridated, and we help the boys brush their teeth before going to bed from the time they are young.  It can be difficult, though, to find the right toothbrushes and training toothpastes that appeal to their taste buds without leaving blue streaks all down the front of their pajamas.  I was excited to discover and have the chance to review this line of natural toothpastes from Jack N’ Jill!

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“Jack N’ Jill is a natural toothpaste for babies, toddlers & children that is safe to swallow. It was first made in Melbourne, Australia in 1949 and it has been [a] family business for more than twenty years.  It continues to be made in Australia and […] Jack N’ Jill is now available in the USA and UK as well.”

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We received the Black Currant and Raspberry flavors of Jack N’ Jill toothpaste, and they both are amazing!  Other flavors include strawberry, blueberry, and banana, which are a welcome difference from the other options available in our area.

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“Jack N’ Jill toothpaste is 100% safe for young children – especially because they have a tendency to swallow it, rather than spit it out! All Jack N’ Jill packaging is designed to be appealing to children and is cute enough that parents won’t mind it sitting on their bathroom vanity. Alongside the toothpaste we have designed and manufactured the first children’s toothbrushes that are made of NON GMO cornstarch, and are therefore biodegradable and recyclable. Did we mention ‘cute’?”

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Hippo Bio Toothbrush

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Silicone Toothbrush with Safety Shield

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Silicone Finger Brush

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Tooth and Gum Brush

One Dandy reader can win two tubes of toothpaste (Black Currant and Raspberry) and one toothbrush from Jack N’ Jill!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

** This giveaway is open to U.S. entries only.

** The winner of this giveaway will be drawn no later than the morning  of May 25th and will be emailed within 24 hours.  If the winner does  not respond within 48 hours, a new winner will be drawn.

** This posting and giveaway were sponsored by Jack N’ Jill, but all opinions are strictly my  own.

 

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Comments

  1. April V says:

    My favorite thing on Wild Sprout Design (?) is the Adventurous Red Denton Diaper Bag!

  2. Ashley C says:

    My favorite product from Jack ‘n Jill is the blueberry flavored toothpaste!

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