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Brand: Living Libations
Triple Mint Enamelizer Toothpaste
€24,00 – €39,00
Perfect your pearly whites with an ultra-minty, bio-mineral tooth spa.
A tiny pearl sized tooth-mask of natural nano-minerals will seal and brighten teeth as a burst of peppy plant power freshens breath, tongue, and gums. Brush as usual and/or apply with a dry toothbrush and leave on for a few minutes before rinsing to experience triple mint condition
Triple Mint Enamelizer Toothpaste elevates your oral care to bacterial-balanced coolness. Peppermint, Spearmint, and Wild Mint are swirled into icy-cleanliness for the freshest breath melded with biocompatible Nano-hydroxyapatite that takes your smile to the peak of bright, super-smooth teeth. Nano-hydroxyapatite is the main mineral in enamel and helps keep teeth looking white and feeling smooth by sealing and smoothing the surface of the enamel.
How to Use
Put a small dab on a dry toothbrush and coat the teeth. Leave on for a few minutes for a re-enamlizing tooth mask, then brush and rinse. Follow with a dental serum of Yogi, Mint + Myrrh, or Happy Gum Drops for a boost, and the 8 Steps to Successful Oral Care. This toothpaste formula is awesome for children, horses, and dogs too. Spa option: Apply a small amount to silicone dental tray and leave on for 20 minutes.
|Organic Virgin Coconut Oil – Cocos nucifera||This diverse lipid is a caring carrier oil and botanical-biotic coconspirator that balances oral ecology. This optimal oil soothes the oral tissue and gently removes bacteria that cause bad breath.|
|Saponified Olive Oil – Olea europaea||This lovely saponified oil captures the nourishing, moisturizing properties of Olive with an enhanced ability to remove plaque from teeth. Saponification is a natural chemical reaction that occurs when the oil is treated with a highly alkaline solution.|
|Baking Soda – Sodium bicarbonate||Teeth thrive when they are bathed in a sea of sweet saliva, and baking soda buffers and neutralizes food acids. In addition to being an effective cleaning polish, baking soda is gentle. It has significantly lower abrasiveness than the cleaning agents of chalk and silica that are used in commercial toothpastes, and baking soda’s natural alkalinity neutralizes bacterial acidity. Relative Dentin Abrasivity (RDA) measures how abrasive a substance is on the tooth’s dentin. A higher RDA value indicates an increased chance of tooth abrasion. Baking soda’s RDA is a mere 7, which means it is too soft to damage the teeth. In comparison, Crest is 106, Colgate Total’s is 70, and Arm & Hammer Dental Care toothpaste with 65% baking soda is 35.|
|Nano-hydroxyapitate (HAp)||HAp is a biocompatible mineral form of calcium apatite that naturally occurs in our teeth, saliva, and bones. Hydroxyapatite is found in dentin and is the main mineral in enamel. It helps keep teeth looking white by sealing the pores of the surface of the enamel. In the 1970s, NASA studied HAp to help prevent bone loss in astronauts related to zero-gravity conditions. Since then it has been used in professional oral care fields. Many dentists find it both superior to and safer than fluoride.|