Mint for flavor and freshness.
Coconut Oil attacks the harmful bacteria in your mouth. It can reduce plaque buildup, prevent tooth decay and fight gum disease.
Activated Carbon helps remove surface stains on your teeth and able to absorb surface stains.
Sorbitol helps hold the toothpaste together, and it's also a sweetening agent. Unlike sugar, however, sorbitol does not cause cavities.
Sodium Carboxymethyl role is to uniformly mix the liquid and solid raw materials of toothpaste together, and to give toothpaste the molding flow, proper viscosity and a certain brightness as well as delicateness.
Cellulose is used as a thickener for creamy toothpastes.
Hydrated Silica removes particles and minimizes stains on your teeth.
Polyethylene Glycol are used as a humectants and solvents. Humectants prevent water loss and act as stabilizers.
Sodium Saccharin its only function in a toothpaste is to improve flavor.
Sodium Hydroxide it's here to neutralize the pH of other ingredients.
Methyl Paraben is a preservative.