- No Harmful Chemicals
- Effective Against Cavity-Causing Bacteria
- No Foaming Agents
- Can be used for oil pulling
- You Can Use It on Your Dog's Teeth Too!
Coconut oil, bicarbonate of soda, peppermint oil.
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21 Feb, 2017, By Angie
I just scoop some out with a spoon, whitens teeth nicely and very pleasant - love this! Ive recently learned oil pulling is a waste of your time, and only if you brush with coconut oil are you actually only able to protect your gums from bacteria, so this works out nicely ... once Ive rinsed I then brush with a little extra plain coconut oil as your not suppose to rinse after that, in order to keep your gums protected!
Work wonders for inflamed gums
21 Jun, 2016, By Willemien
Taste is something to get used to, but paifull gums is history!
In theory good, in practice horrible
18 Jan, 2016, By Alex
I have to agree with the other reviewer. This product just isn practical. The recent heat wave turned the entire bottle into a liquid making it barely usable. I also found the easiest way to get it onto the toothbrush was to just dunk the toothbrush in... but that isn hygenic even with my steripods.
It leaves oily residue all over the place, it drizzles down the toothbrush and down my arm.. ends up on the counter top and turn my basin area into sludgy oily mess.
If the developers could find a way to make the product more consistent and temperature tolerable as well as putting it into a proper toothpaste tube.. might be worth revisiting. Until then I cannot endorse this.
12 Jan, 2016, By Thavashni
the toothpaste taste fine if you don mind the coconut taste which I don . Thats unfortunately the only good thing I have to say. As is usual with coconut oil products anything added tends to settle. In the current heat wave the toothpaste is liquid and impossible to use. Putting it in the fridge makes it too hard. Its also in a bottle which means you need a spoon to get it out and to mix it. It really doesn clean well at all and leaves an oily residue everywhere. Straight into the recycling! Really not a good product.