Neem is a traditionally used botanical to clean teeth.
Pomegranate is an astringent fruit extract, to soothe and tone.
Triphala is a combination of 3 fruits (Amla, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki), traditionally known to leave you with a healthy feeling
Xylitol from Birch is a tooth-friendly sweetener that helps to break down biofilms
A mouth full of freshness, a burst of exotic flavors and a smile you can count on. Dependable time tested ingredients like Neem, Triphala and Pomegranate clean your teeth and promote healthy looking gums. Neem twigs, of which were used traditionally to clean teeth, gives this formulation its sparkle. Pomegranate helps promote healthy looking gums. Triphala has mouth freshening and astringent properties. You will smile brightly from the results with a fresh feeling mouth, polished teeth and healthy gums!
The vegetable glycerin comes from sustainable palm oil and rapeseed oil and the xanthum gum comes from the fermentation of glucose by the bacteria Xanthomonas campestris (non-GMO strain) from non-GMO maize as well as beet sugar and sugarcane.
A search for published scientific data on the National Library of Medicine produces no validation to claims and rumors that glycerin affects enamel. No evidence currently exists to substantiate that claim. Our toothpaste, like many other commercial and natural health industry toothpastes, contains vegetable glycerin in order to provide a vehicle into which oral care agents can be incorporated. It produces a smoothly blended mixture that provides resistance to drying out, rapidly releases the flavor and therapeutic herbal agents, thickens paste structure, provides stability, regulates the amount of foam, imparts sweetness and makes the overall tooth brushing experience pleasant.
The abrasion point of our toothpaste is approximately 70. There are two types of dentures; fixed partial dentures and removable dentures. Fixed dentures are made using metal or ceramic whereas removable dentures are usually a combination of acrylic and metal or acrylic alone. Our toothpaste can be used without any issues with fixed partial dentures, but is not recommended for removable dentures.