Boka toothpaste review: Is It Safe for Your Family?

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Boka toothpaste review
Boka toothpaste review

Boka toothpaste review: Boka ships its products on the right basis so that you can assess whether you are using each product excessively or not. In addition to this ‘training capability,’ your subscription calls for your manual toothbrush or electric toothbrush heads to be changed consistently. Most of them don’t “run.” Most don’t. Most don’t.

Boka toothpaste review
Boka toothpaste review

Boka toothpaste

They just spend too long using them. Dental plaque cannot be properly removed from the teeth by wearing and fraying toothbrushes. They are also dirty and over time filled with bacteria. You cannot rejuvenate worn-out bristles while you can sanitize the brush by throwing it into your dishwasher.

Boka toothpaste review
Boka toothpaste review

Is It Safe for Your Family?

Free SLS, fluoride, and Boka Ela Mint toothpaste. Many toothpaste is fluoride-free and SLS-free, but few have what is Boka-free, nanohydrate-free.

A powerful remineralizing agent is Nanohydroxyapatite or NHA. It strengthens and hardens enamel, fights hollows, and reduces sensitivity. Every research supports the argument that NHA is as good as fluoride for remineralization.

Boka Ela Mint is a very good option if you want a fluorid-free toothpast

Our Verdict

It’s a somewhat more costly alternative, but the advantage is a gluten-free paste and sls.

It contains nano-hydroxyapatite (n-Ha), free of artificial flavours and suitable for vegans, which is non-toxic and 100% biocompatible.

This minty aroma paste provides a refreshing, clean and remineralized surface of the tooth to protect it against decay.

Please be aware that it may not be approved by your dentist as it is not the more widely accepted and promoted ingredient for fluoride.

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