What is Pristine Oral Health?
There is no better way to start the day than with a fresh and healthy smile!
Essential Oxygen products whiten teeth, freshen breath, kill bad breath germs and give you the confidence to brighten the world with a beautiful smile.
All Essential Oxygen products are toxin-free so you can rest easy knowing that you are cleaning your teeth with all-natural ingredients.
It does so safely, without harming enamel with toxins like chlorine bleach. It also does so inexpensively unlike many teeth whitening protocols.
The American Dental Hygienist Association says that nearly 40 million Americans commonly suffer from bad breath, also known as oral malodor or halitosis.
Unlike many products that mask bad breath with sweeteners and chemicals, Essential Oxygen’s BR | Brushing Rinse freshens breath using high-quality and all-natural ingredients that you can feel good about. Say goodbye to that voice in your head that says, “I hope my breath is ok.”
Our BR | Organic Brushing Rinse never contains:
Bleach contains chlorine. It is a highly reactive substance, meaning that it readily combines with other elements. When it is isolated and freed from its chemical bonds, it becomes a toxic gas. Today the world is awash in the stuff. Chlorine is used to produce polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastics, herbicides, pesticides, cleansers, and pharmaceuticals; to bleach pulp and paper, and to disinfect water.
In 2002, Gerard F. Judd, Ph.D., Researcher and Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, wrote a letter to the United States government stating that teeth re-enamel themselves by drawing minerals from food. Glycerin, he discovered, inhibits this process. Removing the glycerin ‘coating’ from teeth requires up to 27 rinses. Virtually all so-called ‘healthy’ toothpastes contain glycerin as a primary ingredient
There is a big difference between food grade hydrogen peroxide and cosmetic or industrial grade H2O2 that is found in brown bottles at grocery and drug stores. Food grade hydrogen peroxide doesn’t have the harmful stabilizers found in the brown bottle varieties. The stabilizers are made of chemicals like acetanilide and phenol and contain significant quantities of toxic heavy metals.
Germ expert Dr. Phillip Tierno, a professor at New York University, stated, “the alcohol content present in many mouthwashes can dry your mouth out. When the saliva glands are dry, they are unable to wash away bacteria so the odorous material flourishes.”
Sodium Laurel Sulfate (SLS)
Studies show Sodium Laurel Sulfate to be irritating, drying and to encourage canker sores.