Living Libations Neem Enamelizer Alkalinizing Toothpaste is robust in its ability to alkalinize and bust bacteria that effects fresh breath, while also leaving your teeth feeling silky smooth. Only a small amount is needed, and is specially formulated to replace regular toothpaste. Keeping saliva alkaline is essential for a bright, white smile. Neem Enamelizer will leave your teeth feeling smooth and polish your teeth to pearly perfection.
|Virgin Coconut Oil - Cocos nucifera||This diverse lipid is a caring carrier oil and botanicalbiotic coconspirator that balances oral ecology. This optimal oil soothes the oral tissue and gently removes bacteria that cause bad breath.|
|Neem Oil - Asadirachta indica||In Sanskrit, the word for neem is 'arista,' which translates to “perfect, complete, and imperishable” and has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic practices, Neem and your toothbrush have Wonder Twin powers for your mouth. This herbal, waxy-wonder busts up plaque and tartar, polishes teeth, and leaves your smile bright, clean, and white.|
|Cinnamon Oil - Cinnamomum ceylanicum||Our true Cinnamon Bark oil from Madagascar is is a potent plaque cleanser and breath freshener. It is a classic spice, and tastes nice, too!.|
|Saponified Olive Oil - Olea europaea||Our organic saponified Olive oil captures all of the nourishing, moisturizing properties of olive oil while enhancing the oil’s ability to help remove plaque from the teeth. Saponification is a chemical reaction that occurs when the oil is treated with a highly alkaline solution.|
|Sodium Bicarbonate - Baking soda||Teeth thrive when they are bathed in a sea of sweet saliva, and baking soda buffers and neutralizes food acids. In addition to being an effective cleaning polish, baking soda is gentle. It has significantly lower abrasiveness than the cleaning agents of chalk and silica that are used in commercial toothpastes, and the baking soda’s natural alkalinity neutralizes bacterial acidity.|
|Kaolin Clay - Kaolinite||Qualiyy Kaolin Clay is a silica rich remedy. Our ancestors deemed that this dirt worked brilliantly for oral care. Clays essentially function as a magnet; when clay is mixed with saliva, molecules are electrically activated and pull out micro-particles of toxins and impurities. It gently and effectively exfoliates without being harsh on enamel.|