How do you use Toothpaste Tablets?
Crunch one tablet in your mouth and brush your teeth normally with a wet brush. Spit, Rinse and Smile.
Why use Fluoride free Toothpaste?
Fluoride is a halogen ion that helps prevent tooth decay by binding to hydrogen ions on the surface of the tooth. This raises the pH, thereby preventing tooth decay. However, excessive exposure to fluoride may lead to dental fluorosis, which is basically uneven white staining of the teeth. Since most of the municipal water supply is treated with fluoride, it is possible that over-exposure to fluoride via drinking water AND tooth care products may increase the likelihood of dental fluorosis. Therefore, using fluoride-free toothpaste is totally safe. But, if you are someone who is nervous about tooth decay, and also want to avoid excessive exposure of fluoride, perhaps try our Neem product.
One of your product is called Neem. What is Neem?
Neem leaf has been a natural dental hygiene solution for centuries. In the Himalayas, people have historically used the twigs of a Neem tree to brush their teeth. Neem is rich in antioxidants and helps to boost the immune response in gum and tissues of the mouth. Neem offers a good remedy for curing mouth ulcers, tooth decay and acts as a pain reliever in toothache problems.
Several studies have shown that using Neem toothpaste can significantly improve the cleanliness of your mouth.
What is the importance of Xylitol?
Xylitol is a natural sweetener that kills cavity-causing bacteria and stimulates tooth remineralization by enhancing saliva production. Xylitol prevents bacteria from sticking to the teeth, preventing tooth decay by significantly reducing plaque accumulation.
How is Kaylaan Toothpaste Tablets more economical in comparison to commercial Toothpaste?
Commercial Toothpaste that you find in the market costs $6 and maybe last a month, plus a good percentage of toothpaste is lost because you cannot squeeze it all out. Kaylaan Toothpaste is made of all-natural ingredients, it is chemical-free and lasts 3 months. Furthermore, there is no plastic tube to throw away when you are done. For the reduced price, you are saving money, doing the planet a favor, and keeping your teeth healthy.
How safe is Xylitol?
Xylitol is safe for humans in small quantities, but Xylitol is toxic to dogs.