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What is the difference between Toothpaste, Tooth Powder, and Tooth Suds?

  • What is the difference between Toothpaste, Tooth Powder, and Tooth Suds?

    All of our Daily Tooth Cleansers promote remineralization of tooth enamel, so deciding which one is best for you is a matter of personal preference.

    Toothpaste – Remineralizing: Bentonite clay naturally contains many trace minerals and also pulls toxins from the mouth. Aids oral care needs with colloidal silver water and a bouquet of essential oils. Alkalizes the mouth with sea salt, bentonite clay, and calcium carbonate.

    Tooth Powder - Enamel polishing: Alkalizes the mouth with sea salt and calcium carbonate. The dry powder helps buff and polish enamel and remove stains. First Uncle Harry's product and base formula for Toothpaste.

    Tooth Suds - Non-abrasive, foaming: Pure Castile soap is a soft, creamy mouth cleanser. Foam is reminiscent of conventional toothpaste without foaming agents. Equipped with ionic minerals for basic remineralization. Please note Tooth Suds are literally made with soap - it can take some time to get adjusted to the taste.

    Only one product is needed per each brushing session. You are welcome to alternate between one brushing product in the morning and one at night as well.

    comparison photo of toothpaste, tooth powder, and tooth suds

    Modified 11.30.2022