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Xlear Inc (Xclear), Kid's Spry, Tooth Gel with Xylitol, Original, 2.0 fl oz (60 ml)

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4.5 out of 5 based on 133 reviews
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Good, but from corn xylitol!

15 people found the following review helpful

Posted by Reviewer2495873 on Jul 19, 2010

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I got this for my 9-month old because I don't want him to get baby cavities. If you are "supposed" to give your child this 3-5 times a day, this bottle wouldn't last more than a week or two! Also, I tried some of the stuff and it tastes like pure sugar (that's what Xylitol is supposed to taste like). I don't like the thought of my child "expecting" a mouthful of sugar after every meal. It will not be an easy habit to break if you start giving them 2-3 mL of this after every meal. What I did instead was to just give one or two DROPS of this stuff after his meals. I put it on his pacifier and moved it around his mouth and it seems to be OK. Don't let the advertising get to you--I honestly don't think children should get THAT much sweet stuff in their mouth 3-5 times a day! The reason this got a three star is because it one of the first products of its kind. However, this xylitol is from a corn-derived source (probably from China), not from the original Finnish birch-tree derived xylitol that all the studies have been done on. Good idea, but....When my child gets a little bigger I plan to just give him a sip of birch xylitol (yes, iHerb sells the REAL stuff) in water or organic honey with bee propolis (after he is one of course).

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It´s great

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Posted by Reviewer1841579 on Dec 04, 2011

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It´s really great tooth gel, nice taste, safe to swallow. My daughter likes its very much.

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The perfect tooth gel for my baby!

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Posted by Reviewer-Ioana on Sep 11, 2013

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I believe the sooner you start to brush the baby's teeth, the higher are the chances that your kid will like this healthy habit. I couldn' t find a natural, "no-problem if swallowed" toothpaste in my country. So I have decided to purchase it from iherb. My first choice was the right choice. My baby likes it. I highly recommend this tooth gel, because it is safe to swallow (it contains natural ingredients) and it has great taste and smell. Also it comes in a very nice package. All in all, it is a great product at a reasonable price.

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Nice product!

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Posted by Reviewer1497674 on Jun 10, 2011

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Give me the peace of mind as I do not have to worry about my infant swallowing the toothpaste.

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My daughter now asks to brush her teeth!

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Posted by Reviewer2155710 on May 16, 2011

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What more can you ask for...a good tasting toothpaste that kids enjoying using. Anything to get them to brush regularly. It has great ingredients too!

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