Olive oil has been used in the ancient method of oil pulling, which involves swishing oil around the mouth for 5-20 minutes, acting as a deep cleanser.
Hydrated silica is found all throughout nature, especially in beautiful crystals such as the mystical opal and quartz.
The benefits of essential oils in toothpaste go far beyond just a tingly, refreshing taste. Spearmint oil also has major anti-bacterial properties that create a healthy environment inside the mouth.
Menthol is derived from mint oils - most commonly peppermint oil - and has a delightfully cooling sensation. It freshens and prevents bad breath.
Natural Plant Saponins
A foaming agent that comes straight from Mother Earth.
Monk fruit, also known as luo han guo, has been long used in traditional Chinese medicine, and is a phenomenon in the world of natural sweeteners.
Vitamin E is a nutrient and an antioxidant, used by many people internally as well as externally to help fight off free-radicals.
Vitamin C is not just for preventing colds and flus! When used in oral hygiene products, vitamin C helps to prevent and treat gum disease!
Peppermint oil contributes to the bright and lively flavor profile of our unmatchable mouthwash, but is also highly functional to your oral health. The antimicrobial qualities of peppermint oil freshens your breath naturally.
Despite its formidable name, streptococcus salivarius is neither a virus nor a magical incantation. In fact, following childbirth, s. salivarius is a 'good bacteria' that naturally collects in the mouth and respiratory system of the newborn, protecting it from harmful bacteria.