Editors Pick: Natural Products To Improve Your Oral Health Naturally
Making the switch to natural make-up, skin and body cosmetics has gotten a ton of buzz in the media lately, and many of you are making the switch in your lifestyles. There are now a multitude of natural products and alternative options for cosmetic products, and in the sea of information, we may forget a small but very important body part, our teeth.
Our oral health deserves the attention and care we give to other parts of our body, and while the transition to safer cosmetics can be a bit of a challenge, we're here to help! and we've put together some natural products for clean teeth that you can try today.
Hello Oral Care Activated Charcoal Toothpaste
Activated charcoal has been used for years to whiten teeth and remove stains. Hello Oral Care Activated Charcoal Toothpaste is fluoride and SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulphate) free. It's also vegan and never tested on animals.
Nalani Botanics Teeth-Whitening Granules
Nalani Botanics Whitening Granules decrease plaque, strengthen gums, and cleans your teeth efficiently with only organic ingredients. It fastens onto dry toothbrush bristles so that you can avoid having to clean up a messy sink after you brush your teeth.
Deborah Organics Coconut and Clay Toothpaste
Deborah Organics Coconut and Clay has over 15 potent botanical ingredients, and is effective without fluoride, sweeteners, binders, or fillers.
Dr. Bronner's All-One Fluoride-Free Toothpaste
Dr. Bronner's is made with organic and fair-trade ingredients. It has a simple formula, with no synthetic foaming agents.
Tom's of Maine Prebiotic Toothpaste
Tom's of Maine contains the prebiotic ingredient, inulin, which helps support good bacteria and gets rid of the bad bacteria.
PearlBar Charcoal Toothbrush
Pearl Bar's Charcoal infused bamboo toothbrush was the winner of The Beauty Shortlist 'Editor's Choice' in 2017 and won the bronze in 'The Green Parent Natural Beauty' award 2017.
Skinny & CO. Oil Pulling Kit
The practice of oil pulling has been around for thousands of years. In simple terms, oil pulling balances mouth bacteria to support normal healthy breath. In addition, oil pulling has many other benefits, such as reduced gum inflammation, improved oral health, and whitening teeth.