What about more natural
Most pastes with xylitol are abrasive and are not recommended, and the xylitol rinses can be acidic. If you want to use xylitol to clean your teeth – get pure crystals and dissolve them in water as a solution for brushing onto teeth. If you have perfect oral health, and clean, healthy teeth – don’t change a thing that you are doing! On the other hand, if you have cavities, weak teeth, staining or gum disease then you need help! - I suggest my Complete Mouth Care System.
I wish the products in this system were color-free and “natural” but your risk from gum disease is
far greater than any risk from sorbitol or dye in these rinses. Gum disease germs can gain entry to your blood stream and cause many problems from dementia to heart attacks. Don’t rely on “healthy-sounding” tooth care products that are usually of poor design, untested and don’t work.
If anyone suggests a particular product for you– ask if they use it themselves – then look at
their teeth for endorsement! There may be a couple of natural products that can stop cavities – but they often cause gums to recede (especially if they contain baking soda or peroxide) and rarely help your teeth get healthier.