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Vortex toothpaste

Dec. 13, 2011
Vortex Color Changing Toothpaste does not contain sodium lauryl sulfate.
Wright Toothpaste has introduced Vortex Color Changing Toothpaste.Vortex is dispensed as twin streams of red and blue toothpate onto the toothbrush. As a child starts to brush, the colors are mixed to form a purple color. The change in toothpaste color is not accomplished by a chemical reaction but rather by simple optics.Foundation of caries management remains unchangedVortex toothpaste does not contain sodium lauryl sulfate, or SLS, a common foaming agent. A recent study by the University of Oslo determined that SLS was directly linked to the development of canker sores.Vortex has the minimum amount of fluoride allowed by the FDA (900 ppm), but puts times three times the fluoride in the teeth than standard toothpaste. The foam covers the teeth like little balloons and prevents the toothpaste from "wetting the teeth."Vortex Color Changing Toothpate retails for $6.95.For more information, go to comment on this product, go to