How Does OraWellness Shine Dental Powder Remineralize Teeth?
Unlike other whitening products that can damage enamel, the primary intent behind OraWellness Shine is to remineralize your teeth. Once we restore lost minerals, we can address the secondary focus of Shine: to gently encourage a brighter, whiter smile.
The reason OraWellness Shine remineralizing tooth powder works so well is because:
- the minerals are exactly the same as the minerals our teeth are made of
- the minerals are in a very bio-available form
- the particle size is tiny in order to be incorporated into the tiny tubule structure of our teeth
- the formula uses a unique delivery method to bring the minerals exactly to where our teeth need support
So, one reason OraWellness Shine works so well to reverse tooth decay is simply that it rebuilds and restores the minerals that have been lost from our teeth by making available tiny particles of the exact mineral structure that our teeth are made of.
How does OraWellness Shine dental powder gently whiten?
Whitening teeth is a risky business because most whitening products are bleaching agents which can cause a loss of minerals and weaken the teeth.
Researchers found that there's one ingredient, white kaolin clay powder, that is the most effective way to whiten and clean the teeth without damaging enamel.
The good news is even staining on veneers or composite (white) fillings on front teeth can be polished whiter. These dental materials are at risk of being stained by common staining foods/drinks (coffee, tea, red wine, green smoothies, blueberries, etc).
OraWellness Shine even helps to remove stains from these dental restorations. For an organic mouthwash to pair with this powder, see our OraWellness HealTHy Mouth Blend.
Mint version: Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite* (powdered bone from grass-fed New Zealand cattle), Sodium Bicarbonate, Xylitol (sourced from birch wood), White Kaolin Clay, Calcium Lactate (non-dairy), Magnesium Carbonate, Peppermint, Spearmint, Himalayan Salt, and Menthol.
1 jar – 60 grams – over 200 uses.