The tooth brush, I have no issue with, except I don't know how to remove the bristles when you're done with it (apparently you're supposed to use pliers..... I don't have pliers). It does good cleaning, nice grip, has a polished surface - I think it does better cleaning than the regular Colgate tooth brushes LOL. The toothpaste is interesting. It's very different from anything I've used before. Comes in a little jar that you can reuse (to make cute soy wax candles) after the toothpaste is finished. It tastes weird, but that's okay because the taste doesn't last very long. You're supposed to keep in the refrigerator, a detail i missed (oil ended up melting in the heat of the summer and floated to the top and the baking soda settled to the bottom of the jar). It doesn't have preservatives so you're supposed to finish it within 3 months of manufacture (another detail i missed coz I'm a moron). How to apply - you're supposed to scoop it out with a teaspoon, which I think is messy so I just use my pinkie finger. Other than that, I think it does a good job of cleaning teeth, and it doesn't even leave a minty aftertaste like other toothpastes do. Another thing - when you refrigerate it, it'll solidify and you'll need to soften it a little before using it, by running it under tap water. I think this is super messy, and there needs to be a way around this. So, in short, just 2 issues with the toothpaste - needs to be able to handle temperature changes better AND needs to be able to survive some "contamination" (coz we're lazy people). ANYWAYS, great products, great effort, AWESOME packaging. I love your guys' commitment to sustainability!!