XyliWhite™ is a remarkable fluoride-free toothpaste gel that uses Xylitol as its main ingredient. Functional Ingredients: Xylitol (25%), papain (Whitening) Ingredients: Water, xylitol (25%), hydrated silica, glycerin, sorbitol, sodium bicarbonate, calcium carbonate, sodium carbonate, melia azadirachta extract (neem), melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil, gaultheria procumbens (wintergreen) leaf oil, natural mint flavor, papain, xanthan gum, sodium coco-sulfate.
- CLEANSES AND WHITENS: XyliWhite™ is a remarkable fluoride-free toothpaste gel that uses xylitol as its main ingredient.
- FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN: Do you know a vegan that always talks about oil pulling? Turn them on to this remarkable fluoride-free toothpaste gel.
- FRESH TASTE: Formulated with the purest ingredients. Free of SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate).
- GMP Quality Assured: NPA A-rated GMP certification means that every aspect of the NOW manufacturing process has been examined, including our laboratory/testing methods (for stability, potency, and product formulation).
- Packaged in the USA by a family owned and operated company since 1968.
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Adults and children 2 years and older: Apply XyliWhite™ toothpaste gel on to a soft bristle toothbrush. Brush thoroughly after meals, at least twice a day, or as directed by your dentist.
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Xylitol is harmful to pets; seek veterinary care immediately if ingestion is suspected. Learn more about pet safety.
WARNING: Ingestion of Xylitol, in any product is a veterinary medical emergency if consumed by pets, especially dogs, ferrets and rabbits. If you suspect your pet ingested xylitol by either observing this happen or finding evidence of a chewed container or product, and the animal is acting normal, you should attempt to give animal(s) a small meal and at the same time, immediately seek veterinary medical attention. If you have evidence that they ingested a product that contains xylitol and the animal(s) is not acting normal you should seek veterinary medical attention immediately without giving the animal any food.