NLIGHTEN Toothpaste is specially formulated with carefully chosen ingredients to help give you fresher breath, healthier gums, and whiter teeth.
NLIGHTEN Toothpaste Ingredients
Hydroxyapatite – Also known as hydroxylapatite, helps clean and whiten the teeth by remineralizing and filling the microcracks of the enamel. This mineral has good compatibility with living tissues which makes it great ingredient for teeth replacement or repair. Hydroxyapatite also helps lessen teeth sensitivity and helps make teeth more rigid. Moreover, it also helps repair cavities and in teeth regeneration.
Propolis Extract – A natural antibiotic that helps prevent bad breath with its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Xylitol – Also known as a sugar alcohol, it is a natural sweetener that inhibits the growth of bacteria to help prevent cavities and dental plaque. This is naturally obtained corn cob or birch tree bark. One of the main benefit of xylitol is that it is good for dental health. Opposite from a regular sugar that is harmful to our teeth, xylitol tends to protect them. Moreover, it was found out that it helps reduce oral bacteria that are harmful to us.
L-Menthol – Or Levomenthol is a A natural form of menthol that helps provide fresh breath. It is usually derived from mint oils that has flavoring and anesthetic properties. It also helps fortify the flavor of peppermint when it is added as ingredients like in a toothpaste.
No Harmful Chemicals
NLIGHTEN Toothpaste is specially formulated without the following harmful chemicals: Paraben, Flouride, Bleach, Peroxide, Phenoxyenthanol, and Artificial Colorants.
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Payment and Delivery:
Accepts payment via Paypal, Mastercard or Visa.
Also accepts Direct Bank Deposit or through Money Remittance like Palawan and Cebuana.
1 to 2 Days Local Delivery and 3 to 5 Days for International.
What Is Hydroxyapatite – Dr. Brite (drbrite.com)
What Is Xylitol? A Review of the Benefits and Side Effects (nutritionadvance.com)