Unusual toothpaste flavors
The first choice we make when buying a toothpaste is the regular flavor of mint. This is not a coincidence, since the most common toothpaste flavor in the World is exactly the Mint. This strong plant calms the gums and gives the feeling of freshness in the mouth.
But, let’s admit - it gets a bit boring to have the same taste in your mouth every single morning, so here are a couple of unusual toothpaste flavors invented in KART Laboratories, to give you an extraordinary experience in your oral care on a daily basis.
1. Vanilla toothpaste – Have you thought of having sweet Vanilla morning? The organic Vanilla extract is not only sweet, but it’s also a caring ingredient. The extract is obtained from the whole plant of vanilla and is rich in vanillin and phenols. Besides the aromatic note that it brings, it is a powerful antiseptic and purifier. Its cleaning properties are therefore very interesting and it enhances the whiteness of the teeth.
2. Lemon toothpaste – What’s better than a citrusy start? The extract of organic lemon is endowed with several very interesting properties. It is stimulating and is excellent for strengthening the immune barrier. It prevents viral and bacterial attacks. It is also a powerful antiseptic, which gives a fresh breath.
3. Tea tree toothpaste – You definitely need something soothing for sensitive teeth! Did you think of using tea tree extract for calming gums inflammations? The tea tree extract is an anti-viral ingredient, but also an anti-infectious that strengthens the immune defenses. It is especially recommended for oral infections such as canker sores, abscesses and gingivitis because it soothes these infections while treating them.
Bonus tip – Experimenting with ingredients and unusual flavors can help you find that unique care products, that will be safe and suitable for you. Unusual ingredients can prove to be even more effective, than the ones we commonly use. There are thousands of toothpastes with different flavors, but we must make sure, they contain the right ingredients to serve the purpose they were invented for.