One thing that has been a long time problem is finding a suitable toothpaste for everyone. The "natural" ones often still had not so great stuff in them. The trickiest ingredient to find a toothpaste without seems to be glyceryn.
So I decided to create a Tooth Powder, a Re-mineralising one full of good stuff. I usually have trouble with the kids being quite picky on what they will scrub their mouths with but this was a winner!
The purpose of this powder is to clean the teeth really well and add minerals back into the teeth, and it has the added bonus of whitening the teeth too.
Organic Bentonite Clay, Organic Baking Soda, Himalayan Sea Salt, Activated Charcoal, Ground Peppermint.
Tooth Powder comes in a glass jar, you can either dampen toothbrush and dip in or shake a little onto the lid or onto your toothbrush.
Re-fills and samples come in paper.
You can also mix this powder up with coconut oil if you prefer a paste.
Also available in Cinnamon.
Toothbrushes sold seperately.
I looked this toothpowder. After using it for awhile my teeth feel so smooth like just after a professional teeth cleaning. But it doesn’t abrasive the teeth. Need to be a bit careful when using it to not leave dark spots in the bathroom everywhere ( which can easily be wiped off). I guessyou coul also mix with coconut oil to avoid a mess, but I haven’t tried it.
Less minty and more salty than I expected, but I think this is because we were switching from regular tube toothpaste. My 4 year old loves it, particularly that it gives you black spit while brushing! Teeth feel clean so far, have been using it for a week.
Tooth Powder, MINT
Love the flavour and with a tiny bit of coconut oil it makes it into a nice paste. My teeth feel lovely and clean. Both my dentist and hygienist commented on how good my teeth were (have been using it for over a year).
I am in full support of companys moving towards sustainability. However, in a recent dentist visit, they mentioned that the paste may lack fluoride. Is that true?