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This Toothpaste May Be a Game Changer

The new formula claims to clean without harsh abrasives. 

Dec 11, 2014

Here's something to really smile about: Livionex, a new kind of toothpaste, cleans teeth two and a half times better than traditional brands and nearly erases gum inflammation and bleeding.

How? Its proprietary mix of ingredients — including edathamil, a common food preservative — breaks the bond between plaque and teeth, while your usual paste relies on abrasives and detergents to do the dirty work.

Research from the University of California at Irvine confirmed the mild-tasting blue gel's effectiveness. In a double-blinded test, they found a 260% reduction in plaque, a 229% reduction in gingivitis, and a 232% reduction in glum bleeding in those that brushed with Livionex.

$20, livionexdental.com

 

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http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/health/a25367/new-toothpaste-technology/