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I use Chicco , flavoured one - non fluoride . My son liked strawberry flavour, they have other flavours- mango , banana etc
Yes .. I was thinking of the same one .. is it good.. there is no problem if baby swallows it right .
Patanjali kids is good..
I used Colgate kids also..
Richa Ur kid is 5 years old so it's ok to use those.. but my baby is only 18 months and doesn't know to spit out the paste..
Patanjali is for small kids.. I remembering using that a year back or so.. check on age mentioned in it..
My son use to eat and we used to keep telling him spit spit spit .. they learn
Nisha Lobo yes dear. My son is 20 months and have been using it since he was 17 months. No issue if they swallow as obviously these kids do not know to spit. At 20 months now my son is trained to spit it out with constant practice. These pastes are fluoride free so no issues to swallow. Also use as a small pea size of it
Nisha Lobo you can start using mamaearth berry blast tooth. It’s fluoride & SLS free also made safe. No harmful chemicals in it. So even the child cannot spit no worries . I have using it for my twins for past 2 months. It’s very good. Keeping the gums and teeth clean and healthy
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