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Dr. Bronners as Toothpaste?
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Doug I.
(idester) - MLife

Locale: PNW
Re: Dr. Bronners as Toothpaste? on 05/04/2013 18:00:11 MDT Print View

"DR Bronners causes premature aging.
( see if you can spot that on the label)
Since using it I look at least 10 years older.
It works but keep this in mind."

Stop smiling, you'll look 10 years younger again.....

Dale Wambaugh
(dwambaugh) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest
Re: Re: Dr. Bronners as Toothpaste? on 05/04/2013 18:19:29 MDT Print View

I don't get it. My understanding of toothpaste is that it provides a polish, a fine grit, to remove the plaque that builds up, and some flavoring to make the process more pleasant. If you believe the ads, you might kill some bacteria and get some whitening along the way.

So what is soap going to do, other than taste bad? I tried it and would much rather go with salt, baking soda, a prepared tooth powder, or my current option, a small vial of gel toothpaste.