Toothpaste ought to be something you can trust to keep your teeth and gums clean- that’s its job after all, but it seems a alarming trend in the hygiene industry is causing some mouth maladies. Microbeads, found in some Crest toothpastes, are leaving tiny, polyurethane balls between teeth and in gums. If polyurethane sounds familiar, it should, it’s plastic. These plastic balls cause a number of problems including gingivitis.
Get more details in this article: How Polyethylene Microbeads May be Ruining Your Gum Health
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