Review: Ordo Complete Care Toothpaste

 

Ordo complete care toothpaste - gifted by the brand

I was recently contacted by oral care brand Ordo to try out their latest toothpaste, which is vegan and cruelty free as well as having a fully recyclable tube - something the majority of toothpaste tubes are not. I did wonder if it would be a bit strange to review a toothpaste, but then I thought actually, oral health is (obviously) a major part of my beauty routine, so it makes sense to discuss it!

I usually choose Arm & Hammer toothpaste (more force of habit, having used the brand for many years) but buying toothpaste had become quite automatic - I would just always buy the same because I knew it worked for me. Having looked more fully into their policies, however, it would appear they are not a cruelty free brand, so I would want to switch over to something else (nothing should suffer for my toothbrushing!)

Ordo is a dentist recommended brand and the formulation includes everything you need for an all round clean - helping to strengthen enamel, protect gums, remove plaque and restore whiteness. It can even be used for sensitivity. The flavour is 'dual mint' but I found it had a spearminty quality which was super refreshing. The product is made in the UK and the company is based in Manchester. 

The brand offer a subscription service with a starter kit containing a sonic+ electric toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, interdental brushes, brush heads, and even a reusable mouthwash bottle and a carton of mouthwash! This kit alone costs £55 which I think represents excellent value for money, I use an electric toothbrush (not even a sonic one!) and the brush and first set of heads cost around that amount alone! You can purchase this kit as a one off, or sign up to a subscription where you will be sent replacement brush heads and toothpaste/mouthwash according to the frequency you desire. Even more useful at the moment, when we're in and out of lockdowns and trying to avoid leaving the house too frequently.

If you're all good for a new toothbrush but fancy trying out the toothpaste, it's £4 for an 80ml tube. Perhaps slightly more pricey that something you'd get from the supermarket, but the cruelty free and recyclable aspect, when we're all trying to do more to help the environment, and the dental credentials it comes with, I think, make it worth it.

Find out more and shop Ordo here.

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