Review: Now XyliWhite Refreshmint Toothpaste Gel

Sometimes it's best to keep certain products simple.  Toothpaste, for example, is most popular in mint flavors and recently, with added whitening agents.  Now Solutions makes a nice basic whitening toothpaste called XyliWhite.

Pros:
  • Light mint taste
  • Forms a nice foam
  • Affordable ($4.99)
  • No SLS or fluoride
  • Cleans well
Cons:
  • You'll want to rinse with water to remove traces of baking soda
Summary:
XyliWhite is a nice natural alternative to traditional whitening toothpastes.  I appreciated the mild taste and simple ingredients.  I recommend rinsing with water for best results.  I would love to see a recyclable tube and packaging that advertises that this product is not tested on animals.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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