Looking after your little ones teeth is one of the most important things for them. With all the sweets and sugary drinks that our kids often have these days it’s really important to make sure that they brush their teeth at least twice a day. My kids don’t like mint toothpaste, so I often buy them flavoured ones. Jack N’ Jill toothpaste come if 5 fruity flavours – Blackcurrant, Strawberry, Raspberry, Blueberry and Banana. The toothpastes are Fluoride free, Sugar free, Colour free, SLS free, No Artificial Preservatives and  Gluten free.

Jack N’ Jill toothbrushes are also made with handles that are made of NON GMO cornstarch, and are therefore biodegradable and recyclable.  Each one as a cute little animal on too.

“At Jack N’ Jill we believe that businesses have an obligation to the environment, that’s why we have formulated an all natural, hypoallergenic toothpaste with organic ingredients, and designed our packaging to be minimal, recyclable and BPA Free.”

Jack N' Jill tooth paste and toothbrushes in rinse cups

 

Not only to the make great toothpaste and toothbrushes but they also sell really cute tooth keepers, rinse cups, sleepover bag, baby gum brushes and baby gum and tooth wipes.

They come in four different cute designs – dinosaur, hippo, bunny and koala.

 

Jack N' Jill toothpaste

 

My youngest two really liked their new tooth-brush sets and said the toothpaste tastes great. We tried out the strawberry and black currant flavours. They like them both the blackcurrant one was their favourite. I really like the design of these and the packaging is really great. The rinse cups are made from bamboo and rice husks and are also fully biodegradable. They are naturally BPA & PVC Free and are dishwasher safe too.

I would highly recommend Jack N’ Jill, their products are so cute, safe for young kids and environmentally friendly.

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I also have the Bunny Gift Set to giveaway to one lucky reader. The set includes all in the photo below!

 

Jack N' Jill Bunny Gift set Giveaway

 

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66 comments on “Jack N’ Jill Kids Toothpaste & Accessories Review”

  1. Begin early, brush your teeth together, let your child pick a toothbrush and choose a child friendly toothpaste.

  2. What a great selection. My boys are slightly obsessed with teeth brushing but this out looks like a great addition I must get it for our home as well

  3. Not only do these look cute in the kids’ bathroom, they’ll also make for great gifts! Any idea if they can be bought in stores or do they only sell these online?

  4. I tell my son that brushing his teeth will keep them nice & white and his breath fresh. Simple but it works, he’s very proud of his image, lol x

  5. This looks so cute and is something my daughter would love. I think it’s great to encourage brushing of teeth and cute packaging and brands like this are really great for this.

  6. Buy them teeth brushing accessories (toothbrush, tooth paste etc) featuring their favourite cartoon/superhero etc.

  7. Start at a young age, keep to a regular routine, and we brush our teeth together as a family. Try making the task fun, play music whilst brushing teeth, we use a wind up musical toy.

  8. Routine and habit forming from an early age and taking children to the dentist with you so they get used to it -make it normal and fun

  9. We always brush our teeth twice a day to Bon jovi its my life! Once in the morning after break once before bed time.

  10. I am a Dental Nurse so this is so important to me and my family , give lots of encouragement and help them with cleaning their teeth but also let them have ago to show them its not scary at all. x

  11. MAKE IT ROUTINE AND NOT TASK, THEN THEY DO IT PROPERLY NOT BECAUSE YOU’RE MAKING THEM! WORKS WELL WITH MY FOUR, THEY DO KNOW AND UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE TOO X

  12. Making it fun, my grandsons choose a song (mummy makes sure they all last for 3 minutes) and have to keep brushing until it finishes

  13. Made it part of the daily routine explaining the importance of oral hygiene with the help of my lovely child friendly dentist.

  14. I’ve always done my teeth at the same time so that my two cleaned and rinsed following me. Having these gorgeous sets though would give them ownership and encourage proper oral hygiene

  15. i sometimes do it with her to encourage her, but i just try and keep it fun, like have a race or make a fool of myself.

  16. I tend to actually clean my children’s teeth for them as none of them want to do it properly and would quite happily finish cleaning them in 2 seconds flat lol

  17. We make sure our children do the 2 minute brush routine twice a day and they never forget! They have a timer they use which makes it more fun!

  18. I think introducing children to toothbrushes at the earliest opportunity helps and then making it a part of the routine and adding a little element of fun from character toothbrushes to silly little jingles you sing while you brush

  19. They look fun, I always try to make brushing teeth fun for my children, Megan has lots of different colour brushes, electric brushes and animal brushes and lots of character pastes, we also do a race to see if she can beat me (she always does) xxx

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