Tooth Soap® Since 2003
INGREDIENTS: Saponified organic extra virgin olive oil and organic coconut oil, distilled H2O, Original Himalayan crystal salt, organic and/or wild-crafted essential oil
CONCENTRATED SUPER CLEANSING FORMULA - USE JUST ONE DROP
PLAQUE BLASTING, BREATH FRESHENING, NON ABRASIVE
PURE, NON-TOXIC, ADDED GLYCERIN & FLUORIDE-FREE, NO ARTIFICIAL COLORS/FLAVORS
MADE IN THE USA, GLUTEN-FREE, CERTIFIED OREGON KOSHER
OUR BEST SELLING SUPER CLEANSING TOOTH SOAP® IN A SMOOTH GEL FORMULA INFUSED WITH ORIGINAL HIMALAYAN CRYSTAL SALT®
DOES NOT CONTAIN ANY GENETICALLY MODIFIED INGREDIENTS.
- DEEP CLEANING OF TEETH IN A MINERAL BATH
- “WETTING” ABILITY THAT REMOVES CONTAMINANTS & BACTERIA NATURALLY & EASILY
- NON-ABRASIVE FORMULA SUPER CLEANS TEETH & GUMS & FRESHENS MOUTH
- CONCENTRATED, ECONOMICAL NON-TOXIC, GLYCERIN & FLUORIDE-FREE
- FEEL A DIFFERENCE AFTER THE FIRST BRUSHING GUARANTEED
- MADE IN THE USA, SUSTAINABLE INGREDIENTS, NO PALM OIL, GLUTEN FREE FACILITY
- RECOMMENDED BY DENTISTS AND HEALTH EXPERTS
- CERTIFIED KOSHER
We’ve Been Perfecting the Art of Tooth Soap® Formulations Since 2003.
Back in 1997, Dr. Gerard F. Judd (a professor and cancer and fluoride researcher of 40 years) discovered a natural dental protocol to keep healthy teeth and gums for life. This natural plan available to everyone on the planet (now in your hands) started with brushing with SOAP. But Dr. Judd wasn't the first to use or recommend soap for teeth. Soap has been used for brushing for over 165 years. The toothpaste tube was introduced in the 1890’s and contained soap. But the soap was removed in 1946 and never returned. From Colgate’s website: “Until after 1945, toothpastes contained soap. After that time, soap was replaced by other ingredients to make the paste into a smooth paste or emulsion - such as sodium lauryl sulphate, a common ingredient in present-day toothpaste.”
We say NO to SLS at Tooth Soap®. We are about pure vegetable soap formulations created from organic extra virgin olive oil, organic coconut oil, essential oils, pure rock and bamboo salts and coral calcium.
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