Microfine cellulose fibers (Microcrystalline Cellulose): The cellulose fibers in the toothbrush tablets are obtained from woody plant parts. Naturally FSC certified and grown in the EU. It is a long-chain polysaccharide that can polish your teeth ultra-smooth to the interdental spaces. Therefore, new particles can simply roll off the tooth surfaces. Coatings, also known as plaque, can practically not even arise.
Citric acid: Stimulates the flow of saliva. The increased saliva flow causes faster remineralization of the tooth surfaces.
Sodium Bicarbonate: Also known as sodium bicarbonate, together with citric acid (Citric Acid) regulates the pH of the tablet to a neutral pH during tooth brushing.
Silica (Silica): Serves as a gentle cleaning agent.
Amisoft (Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate): A mild, natural surfactant composed of vegetable fatty acids and the amino acid glutamic acid isolated from plant proteins. When brushing, it helps proteins, fats and carbohydrates combine with water to flush them out when rinsed.
Natural strawberry flavor: Provides the great taste together with the stevia extract.
Xanthan Gum: A natural polysaccharide that is also used as a thickening and gelling agent. In the toothbrush tablet, it provides the pleasant creaminess after chewing.
Stevia (steviosides): Sweet-tasting plant that, along with flavoring, provides great taste. Steviosides are not sugar, but proteins that have a characteristic sweet taste. Therefore, steviosides cannot cause tooth decay.
Beet Root Powder (Beta Vulgaris Root Powder): Natural colorant from beetroot that provides great color when brushing teeth.
Maltodextrin: A carbohydrate mixture derived from vegetable starch that serves as a carrier for the beet powder and ensures that the natural colorant is well distributed.
Sodium Fluoride: Serves to remineralize tooth enamel and may be particularly helpful for sensitive tooth necks, but also for incipient tooth decay.
Magnesium Stearate (Magnesium Stearate): A vegetable excipient necessary for tablet production.