How toothpaste affect impact our Daily life

How toothpaste impact our Daily life


We are now beginning to understand just how problematic - Synthetic micro-particles are to the environment. They are truly affecting the food chain from the bottom up. Especially life in water.  Micro-particles  are predominantly  caused by synthetic fibers- in textiles, pulp paints car types and road surfaces. And they can also be found in certain types of toothpaste. If we went our children to be able to enjoy fishing and a living ocean - We need to start adopting more environment friendly options now. Options are becoming available but they will be challenging to implement- and it going to require insight and ingenuity. 

Brushing over teeth we all know the importance of brushing over teeth. In fact some of us do brush our teeth twice a day. We also give importance to the type of toothbrush that we use but do we really care about the type of toothpaste we use? But do we care about the type of toothpaste we use? Most of household are used to purchasing toothpaste of those brands which are imported brands- The brands like Colgate, Pepsodent...all these brands are international brands. Now almost all the Indian family uses toothpaste from brands like Colgate, Pepsodent and other international brands But actually the important thing to look at is we have our own Indian companies like Dabur, Vico which are actually producing toothpaste which are herbal in nature which does not have any chemicals. Now there are people  actually who look at the ingredients list who look at the nutritional labels on the food packets but do we ever check the ingredient list on the toothpaste that we are using. Other international brands are full of chemicals. Chemicals like Fluoride, chemicals like sodium lauryl  sulphate...there are artificial sweeteners as well, there are preservatives. Do we really need that toothpaste ...which are those two toothpaste in the Indian market which are chemical less there are no chemicals in it there are preservatives in one of it but we can still use that toothpaste because it is from the Indian brand and there are all the herbs that are essential for our teeth health, for our cavity and for our gum health. Now the toothpaste started taking about from the Indian plan is from Dabur. Dabur red if you at the ingredients list of this toothpaste "Dabur Red", I do see all the herbal ingredients are used in this toothpaste the only one thing that may go against this toothpaste is that it uses preservatives but you should understand what is the use of  preservatives. Preservatives is definitely used for increasing the shelf  life of any product, so even it's applicable to this toothpaste as well right to increase the shelf life of this product they are using preservatives. The preservatives used in double red is  I think the best among the others preservatives that can be used and again if you do not use the preservatives out toothpaste can spoil and it can get contaminated by bacteria which we do not want. So definitely you can go for this toothpaste from Dabur Red. It is free from any chemicals no sodium lauryl sulphate, no fluoride, no artificial sweeteners and no artificial color as well. For  someone who does not want any preservatives in their toothpaste you can go for Vico - Indian Brand. Now this toothpaste does not have any preservatives also. Has all the herbal, all the natural ingredient are used for making this toothpaste, so there is no chemical so there  are no fluoride in it. Now these chemical that I'm talking about sodium lauryl sulphate fluoride artificial sweeteners preservatives all have some purpose. So sodium lauryl sulphate is basically use for getting that foam, for getting the foaming when you brush so that you feel that you are brushing. But the problem with sodium lauryl sulphate is that after brushing your teeth you will get a bitter taste of whatever you eat. Talking about the fluoride. It is something which is actually important and present in most of the toothpaste because it helps fight cavity anf keeps gums healthy, But the problem with the toothpaste that we use in our Indian market or which are available in indian market like Colgate, pepsodent is they are too high on fluoride. We do not need so high fluoride content in our toothpaste. In fact most of the toothpaste company they themselves you know right at the back of the packaging that their toothpaste should not be swallowed and if they are used by children's the age of  seven and five they should brush their teeth in the guidance of their parents. Now this notice is because the high content of fluoride and other chemicals present in the toothpaste. If they swallow it right that is definitely not good for their health so definitely apart from diet.

How toothpaste impact our Daily life
What kind of Toothpaste should I use?

There are many toothpaste in the marketplace today and choosing the right one for you can sometimes be very confusing. It's important to talk to your dentist to make sure you do not have any special conditions as sensitive teeth, or gum disease that might require a certain type of toothpaste. In general terms though, picking out a toothpaste that has fluoride in it.
 
Here are the color codes and what they mean..


Blue = Natural + Medicine 
How toothpaste impact our Daily life, Types of Toothpaste


How toothpaste impact our Daily life, Types of Toothpaste


Green = All Natural 
How toothpaste impact our Daily life, Types of Toothpaste


Red  = Natural + Chemical 
How toothpaste impact our Daily life, Types of Toothpaste



Black = All Chemical 

How toothpaste impact our Daily life, Types of Toothpaste







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