Beware!! These Are Harmful Ingredients of Your Toothpaste Products

toothpaste oem for brandsOur daily necessities may be filled with many toxic chemicals, but not everyone has the ability to understand the dangers of these chemical components.

do you know? There are many detergents used to wash dishes and brush the floor. It is very likely that you are taking a bath or brushing your teeth. But are the ingredients of these detergents really safe for the human body? Take “toothpaste” as an example today and list 6 toxic chemical ingredients that may appear in toothpaste;

Knowing the ingredients of these toothpastes will give your toothpaste a better quality when it is produced.

1. Fluorides

Most toothpastes on the market contain fluoride, but some claim to be free of fluoride. Is fluorine good or bad for the human body?

In fact, a small amount of fluoride can indeed prevent tooth decay. However, daily use of fluoride and exposure to high doses of fluoride can harm your health, not only harming your teeth, but even affecting your bones, thyroid function, kidney function, brain, etc. .

Especially when a child before the age of 8 accidentally eats fluoride, it is almost equivalent to being exposed to a high concentration of fluoride, which may cause changes in the appearance of the teeth, leading to “dental fluorosis” and the teeth will become fragile or even break.

In short, the benefits of fluoride are obviously exaggerated. Faced with the health risks that fluoride may bring, the correct way of cleaning teeth is definitely more effective than eating a pile of fluoride toothpaste.

2. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS)

SLS and its derivative SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate) are very common interface active agents. These ingredients can be found in many skin care products or toiletries. They have strong cleaning power and have very good properties. The foaming power.

Unfortunately, SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) and SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate) produce toxic by-products when they are synthesized. Therefore, direct contact with oral cells is a great harm and irritation to health over time. Toothpaste entering the mouth or even the body is more likely to cause effects.

3. Triclosan

This is a very common antibacterial agent. This ingredient may be found in many detergents and bath products. In toothpaste, it helps to sterilize and fight gingivitis.

However, this is a very irritating ingredient that may affect liver function, immune system, thyroid, etc.; in fact, triclosan is listed as an insecticide by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

4. Sweetener

Aspartame and other synthetic sweeteners, these sugar substitutes often appear in toothpaste, making the toothpaste more “tasty.” However, long-term consumption of these sweeteners may cause undesirable side effects, such as fatigue, headache, kidney failure, and cancer.

5. Titanium Dioxide

This is a very common physical sunscreen ingredient, and I didn’t expect it would also appear in toothpaste.

In fact, the bright white properties of titanium dioxide are often used in many white-related applications, so in addition to sunscreen, it has applications in toothpaste or medical beauty.

Unfortunately, nano-sized titanium dioxide is easily absorbed, and may penetrate into the human body through the gums, causing damage to the brain or nerves, and even suspected of causing cancer.

6. Polyethylene Glycol (PEG-8 and PEG-12)

This ingredient plays a “moisturizing” role in the toothpaste, so that the moisture in the toothpaste will not be lost, and it will help the fragrance lasting.

But polyethylene glycol is a controversial ingredient, mainly because polyethylene glycol is a polymer of ethylene glycol, and ethylene glycol is a very definite toxic substance. Inhalation or excessive consumption can cause poisoning. Long-term use of ethylene glycol may have the risk of cancer and damage to the nervous system.

Cinoll Can Help You Manufacture Healthy Toothpaste!

Starting from understanding the ingredients of toothpaste, now we begin to pay attention to the ingredients of daily necessities. In fact, you definitely have a more natural and non-toxic toothpaste to choose from, or try a more Lehas oral health care formula.

In short, stop using toxic chemicals to make your toothpaste.

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Written by Christine Lawrence

Researcher and consultant of Cinoll. For over 5 years, Christine has helped businesses worldwide to choose and import dental products. As a lover of teeth whitening and expert in supply chain, she is going to bring out the must-have knowledge and experience of teeth whitening products.

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