Hopefully, brushing your teeth is part of your daily routine, and if so, it probably involves a tube of toothpaste. But do you know what you're actually squeezing out of that tube? Questionable ingredients may lurk in your mass-marketed toothpaste — and make it into your mouth and body each time you give your chompers a scrub.
We'll give you the lowdown on the benefits of making the switch to natural toothpaste.
Teeth get stains and change color for various reasons. Bad habits like smoking and eating and drinking staining foods like tea, coffee and wine can all lead to surface stains. Though they look smooth, teeth actually have microscopic “pores” that can hold onto the staining compounds in these foods, causing them to brown or yellow over time. Some of these stains can be deeper and more stubborn than others.
All toothpastes work by using a mild abrasive. The most common abrasive in toothpastes is baking soda or something similar. The abrasives in toothpaste are intended to help remove plaque and debris. Natural Toothpaste Teeth Whitening Tooth Wash go one step further by using a stronger abrasive to remove microscopic layers of tooth enamel, thereby removing the stains on the enamel.
|Product name||Teeth whitening toothpaste|
|Sample Time||3-7 work days|
|Service||1 dollor 1pc, 24h online|
|Delivery Time||About 7-15 days after deposit comfirmed|