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After a long search for effective, natural toothpaste for our families, we made Earthpaste. We started with hydrated Redmond Clay, then added xylitol, essential oils, and Real Salt. Recently, we made one more awesome addition— the pure, effective cleanser nano silver. And that’s it. Everything your mouth needs to feel clean and nothing extra.
No junk ingredients
Earthpaste’s ingredients are all simple, clean, and real. It doesn’t contain any glycerin, fluoride, foaming agents, artificial coloring, or other junk ingredients you find in traditional toothpastes.
Earthpaste is the only toothpaste that contains our unique bentonite clay. Bentonite clay is a powerful natural tooth polisher that can help remove surface stains, bind to bacteria, and make the mouth more alkaline.
Stronger with silver
The newest addition to our Earthpaste formula is nano silver, a pure, effective cleanser that makes a difference in the health of your mouth. Earthpaste’s powerful combo of bentonite clay and nano silver leaves teeth feeling super clean without harsh ingredients.
What is nano silver?
It’s a mixture of water and tiny silver particles. Today, colloidal silver is often referred to as nano silver (although, not everything labeled “colloidal silver” qualifies as nano silver). The silver particles in nano silver are especially tiny (less than 100 nm), and their minuscule size gives nano silver bigger benefits.
Looking for something silver-free?
Silver in Earthpaste is completely different for a few reasons. First off, the type of colloidal silver we’ve chosen isn’t metabolized by the body and is easily excreted without any residual buildup. Second off, Earthpaste contains a minuscule amount of silver. Each tube of Earthpaste contains 2 parts per million (ppm) of nano silver. That means silver only makes up .0002% of each tube.
Does earthpaste expire?
Earthpaste doesn’t expire, but it has a “best by” date that’s two years after the time it’s manufactured. We know all the “best by,” “use by,” “sell by” terminology you see on products can get confusing, so here’s a quick explanation of what that means. A “best by” date is different from an expiration date. It means that after this date, your Earthpaste may begin to decline in effectiveness and flavor but is still safe to use.