- Wet Toothbrush With Water
- Rub Toothbrush Lightly in a Circular Motion onto Toothbar until it Starts Foaming
- Brush Teeth Gently
- Rinse Mouth & Toothbar With Water
- Floss Your Teeth
- Enjoy a Really Clean Mouth!
- Leave the Lid Off In Between Uses.
- Yes, it’s that simple.
Oh yes, very much indeed. The Opa Toothbar feels much cleaner than toothpaste; it’s so clean it’s soap based. As highly recommended by C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., the Opa Toothbar is a natural toothpaste alternative that’s been endorsed as “Unequivocally, the best tooth brushing agent in the world. It removes plaque and tastes great. I strongly recommend it!”†
- Dr. Recommended
- Helps to Fight Plaque, Tarter, Gingivitis & Bad Breath
- Helps Allow Teeth to Re-Enamelize
- Help Diminish Tooth Sensitivity
- Maintain a Neutral pH Level in the Mouth
- No liquid to spill or stain and no powder to litter!
- Added Glycerin
- Artificial Sweeteners
- Titanium Dioxide
Teeth in their natural state vary in different shades of cream. Teeth are not naturally bright white. Clean teeth can reveal a varied natural cream color. Bright white teeth are just not natural.
Yes. As with any toothbrush, we suggest to keep the pressure light. Hold toothbrush close to head at neck of toothbrush, wet with water and gently rub in a circular motion onto Opa Toothbar™ until it starts foaming. Brush teeth lightly, rinse and enjoy.
Yep! A little bit goes a long way! It makes everything last longer, including your toothbrush!
We’ve got you covered…The Opa Toothbar is a natural tooth soap bar that is Gluten-Free, Fluoride-Free and Soy-Free. It’s also free of toxic irritants such as: Titanium Dioxide, SLS/Parabens and Carrageenan.
Opa Toothbars are made with the real stuff! They contain organic, wild harvested and really natural ingredients: lots of love, saponified organic coconut oil, saponified organic sustainable palm oil, filtered water, sorbitol (humectant derived from berries), sorbitan oleate (emulsifier), gluten-free oat protein, organic jojoba oil, castor oil, organic olive oil, organic sunflower oil, grapeseed, organic aloe vera, aluminum-free baking soda, non-gmo xylitol, organic & wild-harvested essential oils, organic turmeric
Experts say that using xylitol can help repair damage to the enamel by preventing bacteria from sticking to the surface of the teeth. And since xylitol does not break down like sugar, it helps maintain a neutral pH level in the mouth.
Even though we don’t encourage eating the Opa Toothbar, fortunately if you do swallow some while brushing your teeth you won’t need to call the poison control center like you would with other toothpastes, as it does not contain fluoride.
Yes, as the Opa Toothbar is not a paste at all, yet rather a naturally flavored light soap based teeth cleanser. One try and you’ll see why it’s great for everyday use in place of toothpaste.
Sodium “Fluoride” is a toxic byproduct of GAS called Fluorine –which according to the Merck Index is primarily used as rat and cockroach poison, and it’s an active ingredient in toothpaste.
Ingesting artificial fluoride chemicals does not prevent tooth decay, but rather destroys your insides and leads to the development of cancer and other illnesses. “Once ingested, fluoride compounds attack the structural integrity of our insides,” says Ellison (award-winning chemist, author, and founder of ThePeoplesChemist.com)
On the contrary, fluoride ingestion actually promotes tooth decay, and even the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) admits that there is no verifiable, scientific proof that fluoride in any way prevents cavities.
Due to the xylitol content, use of the Opa Toothbar for pets is discouraged. Xylitol is more rapidly absorbed into the system of dogs and other pets which affects their insulin and blood sugar levels differently than in humans. Dogs and other pets can’t handle the sugar difference; and by not being able to digest xylitol safely it can predispose them to liver damage not seen in humans. Do not use the Opa Toothbar on your pets.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) is a foaming additive that is a “moderate hazard” and has been linked to cancer, skin irritation and endocrine disruption, neurotoxicity and organ toxicity. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) is a chemical that causes skin irritation, canker sores of the mouth and other mouth traumas.
Researchers have good reason to believe there is a link from mouth to body health and that oral hygiene affects your overall health and wellness as a whole. Poor oral hygiene can lead to gum disease, tooth decay and periodontal disease, gingivitis, as well as other pressing health issues such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, heart disease, respiratory disease, osteoporosis, and rheumatoid arthritis.
By gently and thoroughly brushing your teeth daily, flossing daily and having dental check-ups regularly you can not only help to prevent cavities, but you can also keep other health issues as bay.
Disclaimer- This information is for use in educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and it is not to be used in place of professional medical advice to treat, heal or cure disease.* This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Not Meant For Consumption. If adverse reaction occurs, discontinue use.