From the December Vegan Cuts Beauty Box
I understand the basic concept of Ayurveda, as a holistic medicine, but I’m still having trouble figuring out how the toothpaste is Ayurvedic. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any hints on Auromere’s website. So, I tested this just as I would any toothpaste. This is the sample size, which you can get on their website. It’s on its last legs, but I’m guessing about 3 weeks worth.
The toothpaste is brown, which took some getting used to. There’s a strong, earthy taste of chalk. You get used to it after a week or so, but I’m not sure if I want to. The taste of licorice becomes more apparent the further you get into the tube, and every so often, there is a hint of mint. My teeth do feel clean after use, but there’s an aftertaste that’s mostly licorice and chalk that doesn’t exactly thrill me. However, if you’re looking for a more natural toothpaste, the aftertaste may not bother you as much.
A note about the brand: Auromere is cruelty free.