Best Gluten-Free, Allergy-Free Sensitive Teeth Toothpaste & Mouthwash to Fight Allergies
You use toothpaste, and perhaps mouthwash daily, but did you know certain ingredients in them can cause allergies? Even most dentists misdiagnose toothpaste or mouthwash allergy and have been told by commercial manufacturers that toothpaste and mouthwash are safe with no allergy worries. This article will help you learn what ingredients to avoid and why natural, gluten-free toothpaste without certain ingredients are best for a healthy mouth.
Symptoms of Toothpaste Allergy
Below you'll learn about the symptoms and causes of ingredients in your toothpaste and mouthwash:
Having been developed by a dentist and also a university professor, Cleure gluten-free, natural toothpaste and alcohol-free mouthwash are formulated with gentle ingredients to be effective yet non-irritating.
- Contact dermatitis can result from toothpaste ingredients. According to The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, toothpaste flavorings such as all of the mint family, and cinnamon are common ingredients that can cause contact allergy. These allergies can start at the corners of your mouth and spread around the mouth. If you have been diagnosed with contact dermatitis, it's been to purchase toothpaste without flavor.
- Perioral Dermatitis shows as itchy, red rash that resemble small acne. It usually starts around the lips and can spread to all over the face. The cause is not known, but fluoride in toothpaste has been suspected as one trigger.
- Canker sores are mouth ulcers, known as aphthous ulcers. The main ingredients from toothpaste suspected as a cause is the harsh detergent sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS).
- Cheilitis appears as irritation, cracking and dryness at the corners of the mouth. Pain and blistering may also be present. It can be due to irritating preservatives (parabens), flavors, allergy to bee pollen in some toothpaste, fluoride salts, harsh plaque and tartar control ingredients.
- Burning mouth syndrome is becoming more common. It can have a short duration or be chronic. Reports indicate it can affect the gums, tongue, and inside the cheeks. Burning pain in the mouth, has been described by sufferers like drinking scalding coffee. The gums, tongue and cheeks may be swollen, red and peeling. The suspected cause may be flavors and the harsh detergent SLS in toothpaste. Alcohol in mouthwash can be another cause. It's best to choose alcohol-free, mint-free mouthwash.
Results are in - Cleure Out Performs
Indiana University, one of the top research facilities in the U.S.A. for testing effectiveness of dental products completed an important study about Cleure gluten-free, SLS-free toothpaste for sensitive teeth. The ideal toothpaste should have a correct balance between abrasiveness (RDA) and how well it helps remove plaque (PCR).
Cleure has shown to be gentle on tooth structure as well as fillings, while effectively helping to remove plaque.
Why You Should Care About Oral Health
Do you only go to the dentist when you have a toothache? A routine check up, as recommended by your dentist can save you money and pain from sensitive teeth and cavities. Your overall health can also can be affected by gum disease. Studies are indicating gum disease may be related to heart disease, stroke and other diseases.
Your daily oral hygiene home care is just as important as your regular dental check-ups.
- First rinse your mouth with Cleure Alcohol-free, Mint-Free Mouthwash to loosen plaque.
- Next use Cleure mint-free floss properly by extending the floss gently under your gums.
- Next brush gently every side of every tooth and your gums with fluoride-free toothpaste.
- Rinse with water and follow with rinsing with Cleure mouthwash.
- Repeat above steps every day in the morning and at night.
- Chew gum with xylitol if it's not possible to brush after meals.
Choosing the right toothpaste is also very important. Some toothpaste are too abrasive, which may actually contribute or even cause sensitive teeth. It's important to use a non-abrasive toothpaste. Many people are also realizing they have allergies to certain flavors. If that happens to be you, Cleure offers the only flavor-free toothpaste that has a great taste. It's non-abrasive and helps keep your teeth bright and healthy.