Discussion in 'Skeleton, Skin, Muscles, Hair, Teeth, and Nails' started by TheMoonIsBlue, May 29, 2012.
he-he. I'm just stating facts:
you r - hairy,
i am - hairy.
So we can share a lot of interests.
I think the most common allergan people have to toothpastes is the sodium lauryl sulfate. Most toothpastes have this ingredient unfortunately, but not all. I think most or all of the Tom's of Maine brand doesnt contain SLS.
The ProNamel I started using I believe does NOT have SLS. It is more expensive though. They make a version for Kids. It does seem to be helping sensitivity so far, much more than other similar toothpastes I have tried.I think they do something to it so it has a neutral Ph?? In fact certain "senstive teeth" toothpastes I have tried made my teeth more sensitive!
I found a toothpaste with 31% xylitol gel I just ordered. I will report back on any improvement if there is any.
Xylitol is working as weak bacteriostatic agent.
Not recommend to use it with strong bactericidal remedies the same time (such as tea tree oil for example).
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