Toothpaste your Kids will Love!

This post is sponsored by Hello Kids but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. #BrushHappy
Like most 4 year old boys, Henry would rather be playing or watching TV than brushing his teeth. From the moment we implemented teeth cleaning around the age of 2, getting him to brush his teeth has been a daily battle. He also hates the dentist, and we have a really good Dentist in Augusta Maine, seriously they are so patient with him, and great with us! He also gags as soon as someone puts a toothbrush near his mouth (I wish I was exaggerating). We have tried all the popular toothpastes featuring his favorite characters and artificially colored green ones that legitimately looked like candy. I think that turned him off from teeth brushing more. It wasn’t until I discovered Hello Products that I saw a light at the end of the tunnel. Hello Kids Fluoride Toothpaste is ADA accepted and clinically shown to prevent cavities. We checked with numerous dentists such as Dentist Turlock to make sure this was the right thing to do. Henry’s favorite is the blue raspberry and he loves it so much that he wants to eat more frequently just so he can brush his teeth.

I could not love this company more if I tried. Hello Toothpaste contains no artificial sweeteners, dyes, paragons, triclosan or microbeads. All their products are vegan and gluten free and their boxes are made from 100% recycled paper printed with soy based ink. Not only will you feel good about letting your kids use them, but you will feel awesome for supporting such an environmental friendly company. Hello Products are also against animal testing which is a huge requirement in our house.

Not only does Hello make amazing toothpaste for kids, but they also have oral care for adults. My husband loves the mojito mint while I favor the extra whitening (because, coffee stains). These are the perfect stocking stuffers for your kids/husband/brother/father. I’m a total sucker for cute packaging and I love the clean design on these tubes. They can be left out on my bathroom sink without being total eyesores.

Do you have any tip or tricks to make brushing easier? Confession: There have definitely been a few times where I have forgotten to brush Henry’s teeth. To remind us all, we bought this oversized toothbrush to keep in the bathroom as a constant reminder. I made this fun video so you can see how it has helped Henry become a better brusher!

Be sure to grab some Hello Toothpaste next time you’re at Target, Walmart or online at Amazon! Happy Friday, Friends!!


  1. I will definitely have to check this toothpaste out the next time I'm in Target. My girls love to brush their teeth, but don;t always love the toothpaste. I love that leave so much of the junk we don;t want out of their product.

  2. This toothpaste sounds great! Do you know if it's safe for kiddos who haven't learned how to spit it out yet? My two year old insists that he wants to use toothpaste but I don't want to give him ours since he'll just swallow it!

  3. My brother and I got toothbrushes and tooth paste in our stockings when we were little. I thought it a little strange, but now that I have a little one of my own, it makes sense. I'll have to check these toothpastes out. Wonder if they are gluten-free.

  4. LOVE this!!! Naturally based toothpastes are totally my go-to, but they have to taste good for my son to want to brush his teeth. Because it's all natural, it should be safe for a toddler to swallow, right? Thanks for sharing! <3


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