Our family has more or less been using Earthpaste for a year now, and I’m excited to share a brand new flavor with you that is more “kid-friendly” than ever: Lemon Twist.
My husband and I (and my mom and dad too!) have been enjoying the previous three flavors immensely: Cinnamon, Peppermint, and Wintergreen. We all have a different favorite (mine is cinnamon). For the kids, sometimes they feel a little “too spicy,” which is the same thing they say emphatically about yesterday’s brushing blend giveaway.
However, they both LOVED lemon twist upon first taste.
It makes their mouths smell a little like Pledge when you’re brushing, but it’s a good, clean smell. Lemon still has nice anti-bac properties like the original three flavors, but with less bite.
If you’re unfamiliar with Earthpaste in general, here’s a bit more…
From the company:
We wanted a toothpaste that was as natural as possible, so we started with hydrated Redmond Clay and added Xylitol, essential oils, and Real Salt. And that’s it. Earthpaste is amazingly natural toothpaste.
Earthpaste’s list of ingredients is unique, but the things we left out are just as important. Most brands of toothpaste contain foaming agents like SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate), and chemicals like titanium dioxide to make the paste bright white. Not Earthpaste.
It isn’t just safe to swallow — each ingredient in Earthpaste has been used to support healthy systems Earthpaste is different
Earthpaste delivers all the benefits you expect from a toothpaste without any chemicals or unnatural additives. It’s toothpaste unlike any other you’ve experienced — you’ll see the difference on your brush and feel the difference in your mouth.
And our family’s review from last year started this way:
I love what our new toothpaste says:
Safe to eat. Rinse or swallow at your discretion.
It cracks my kids up, too. Instead of, “Spit, please,” I try to remember to say, “Spit or swallow,” and if I don’t, they usually swallow and smile up at me. What kid doesn’t love to kind of “break the rules” and not get in trouble?
It’s actually a much bigger adjustment for adults. The first time I used Earthpaste, the new toothpaste from Redmond Clay and Real Salt, I told myself, “You’re going to swallow this, because it’s actually good for you.”
I couldn’t do it.
Read the rest of the Earthpaste review to see what else we thought…
A Sneak Peek
I’m finally allowed to share some big news about next week with you, and Earthpaste is part of it: nearly one hundred ebooks and ecourses on the subject of homemaking are going to be bundled together in a promo deal, available only from Monday through Saturday next week.
As part of the package, over $140 in bonuses are included from various companies, including Redmond Trading, the parent company of Earthpaste. It’s going to be a wild deal, one of the craziest I’ve seen, ever.
This might be the Mother’s Day gift that keeps on giving.
Topics in the “Ultimate Homemaking Bundle” include:
- Home: Cleaning, Organizing, Decorating (including the best sellers 31 Days to Clean and One Bite at a Time)
- Education: Children’s Resources (including homeschool helps from top educational bloggers)
- Budgeting: Finances and Time (including best seller Tell Your Time)
- Recipes and Cooking (including the ebook I’ve referenced more than any other this year, Crock On! and Just Makin’ Ice Cream, which is a must-have for summer)
- Pregnancy and Baby Care (including the new Confessions of a Cloth Diaper Convert, which I love!)
- Holidays and Special Events (including Truth in the Tinsel, a true gem, and my own Family Camping Handbook with its new Paleo and gluten-free adaptions and printable recipe cards)
- Spiritual Growth
- Marriage and Romance
- Health & Fitness
- Beauty (including Simple Scrubs to Make and Give)
- Working at Home/Blogging (including How to Have Your Cake and Eat it, Too)
- eCourses (including some new ones from Heavenly Homemakers and a rare peek at some videos from Real Food Kids via GNOWFGLINS, along with the eBook of that name)
- The physical bonuses include companies such as Redmond, Cultures for Health, Plan to Eat, Tru Kid, Wheatgrass kits, Bee All Natural, and Trilight Health.
This bundle is very different from others I’ve been able to offer you because of its breadth and depth – it’s not just natural health or food stuff, but just about every aspect of life. I can’t imagine NOT finding a treasure trove of information in it, and I know what I’ll be doing this weekend (holing up with some “good books” to familiarize myself with the many new (to me) authors included in this package).
More details coming Monday…the sale starts at 9 a.m. on April 29th!
Now, on to today’s giveaway!
THREE winners gets to try all 4 flavors of Earthpaste, a $31.96 value each. Good luck!
Giveaways at Kitchen Stewardship are run via a survey, which means comments on this post do not count (and will be deleted). In the long run, this is quicker for you if you go for extra entries.
There are 8 possible entries! Here’s what you can do to win:
- *Mandatory entry: What sweetener would you prefer most in a natural toothpaste? Why?
- Subscribe in a reader or via email to Kitchen Stewardship (or tell me if you already do).
- Tell me if you “Like” Kitchen Stewardship on Facebook.
- Tell me if you “Like” Earthpaste on Facebook.
- Follow @kitchenstew on Twitter
- Tweet this: I think I can handle brown toothpaste…hoping I win 4 flavors of Earthpaste from @kitchenstew this week! [insert URL here]
- NEW: Subscribe to the KS Monthly newsletter. (This is different from a regular blog email subscription – once a month only, new information NOT found on the blog, plus special offers and coupons from time to time.)
- Enter the other giveaway on Kitchen Stewardship this week.
Remember, comments here DO NOT COUNT. You must use the survey form.
I will use Rafflecopter, powered by random.org’s integer generator, to choose the winner, who will be announced on the blog and will receive an email. The giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Entries will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. EST on Tuesday, April 30 and I’ll post the winners that week.
Disclosure: I received products for my review at no charge, which of course did not affect my opinion in the least. Giveaways are paid advertising and a great thing for my readers, so I’m happy to include it separately from the review. See my full advertising disclosure here.
Official rules and small print stuff: 1) No purchase necessary to win 2) must be 13 or older to enter and have a mailing address within the sponsor’s boundaries (see above) 3) only one survey entry per person 4) odds of winning depend on number of entries 5) employees of Kitchen Stewardship, LLC or sponsoring company not eligible for participation 6) contest sponsored by Redmond Trading in UT 7) prizes must be accepted as is and are not redeemable for cash 8 ) Kitchen Stewardship, LLC and sponsoring company are not liable for any injury or damage to persons and/or things as a result of the acceptance of the prize offered. 9) This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.