In this post you are going to learn about The OraWellness Shine – Remineralizing Tooth Whitening Powder.
Let me guess.
You came here because you read my post on How To Reverse Receding Gums, and you are wondering if there is any product that can kind of cure your receding gums.
Fast, quick and safe.
If that is you, you have come to the right place.
That is what I want to review today!
So if you want to get your receding gums back naturally or at least stop it from getting worse, you will love this review.
Let’s dive right in.
The Battle of Demineralization and Remineralization
Why is it necessary to understand Demineralization first?
Before I learnt about what is demineralization, I had no idea whatsoever it is.
I just know to keep our teeth healthy, we just have to brush our teeth twice daily and then we will have good strong teeth until old age.isn’t that so?
Boy, I was so wrong!
I found out that after understanding demineralization and remineralization, you can then learn how wonderful your own body is, and what role you have to play in taking charge of your oral health.
So hang on while I break down these terms.
Okay? Thank you!
What is Demineralization?
Demineralization is the loss of minerals from your teeth that takes place on a daily basis.
As you eat and drink, sugars and carbohydrates from the food are interacting with the bacteria in your mouth. The excretion from the bacteria is what is causing teeth decay.
Yes! Bacteria poop is causing damage to your teeth right under your nose!
4 Main Teeth Layers
Your teeth consist of 4 main layers.
The Enamel is the hardest part of the outer surface. This is where you are brushing day and night.
Once the enamel wears off, it cannot be replaced.
The second layer is the Dentin, which contains tiny holes. If your enamel is worn off, then these holes allow the cold, acidic and sticky foods to have access to the nerves and cells inside the teeth, causing sensitivity.Argh….
The Cementum is the hard tissue covering your teeth’s root and is almost the last layer of defence.
Because beneath that will be the Pulp which connects to all the nerves, cells and soft tissues which are vulnerable to decays.
So you see, protecting the enamel is the most important job that your body has to do!
What then is Remineralization?
This is the body’s natural process of replacing the lost minerals, mostly from the foods we eat.
Don’t you think your bodies are AMAZING?
You see, your teeth are porous. They are covered with tiny holes, allowing particles that are small to enter it.
In the middle of the 2 processes is the role played by the saliva.
But Saliva also contains bacteria that react with sugars and carbohydrates to generate acids and these can penetrate teeth and create cavities.
See, Saliva can cut both ways.
Whose side do you want Saliva to be?
Internally the body also supplies minerals via Dentin to rebuild the enamel. So the enamel gets strengthened from within.
That is if you are eating mostly a healthy diet.
Now be honest, you know nobody and very few people will really eat a healthy diet. Me included
So this rate of Remineralization is often losing out to the rate of Demineralization!
These 2 processes seem to be counteracting with each other daily, and the result could mean you get your teeth protected or you get your teeth towards the path of decay.
That is why you must lend an extra helping hand to helping your teeth in remineralizing.
Tooth Remineralization Has So Many Benefits.
In fact, it should solve all our teeth problems like sensitivity, gum recession, bad breath. I’m making such a bold statement here!
In fact not forgetting that good oral health leads to good overall health, and vice versa.
How do we do that?
Want my 3 Step process? Here you go!
1. Have a Good Diet
What does that mean?
Have MORE of
- High-fat foods
- Whole Food like Salmon, Tuna and Beef. Foods that you must chew in order to chunk them down. This will help you promote saliva to help you win the battle of Remineralization.
- Get Vitamin D, Calcium, Magnesium in the foods that I mentioned in the What Food Is Good For Teeth?
Have LESS of
- Processed Foods. These are foods and products found along the shelves of supermarkets, in cans and plastic wrappings. Foods with artificial ingredients, preservatives, additives and what not, ingredients that you cannot pronounce the names.
- Check out this post on What Food Is Bad For Teeth?
2. Have Good Oral Habits.
This just merely keep your mouth low in terms of bacteria that can create havoc. It does NOT help with remineralization.
3. Use Remineralization Helpers or Tooth Remineralization Products.
So now I am going to tell you this wonderful remineralization product.
Keep on reading.
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Orawellness Shine – Remineralizing Tooth Whitening Powder is a clever product that aims to solve a lot of teeth problems such as advanced gum diseases, bad breath and tooth decay,
It is a 2 in 1 solution because while it remineralizes your teeth, it also does whitening.
The 60g container comes in 2 flavours, peppermint and cinnamon, and is good for 200 uses.
Why does this product work?
Remember we talk about how Remineralization takes place.
It is how minerals are being “put back’ into the pores of the teeth’s surface.
Well, particles that made up the Shine Tooth Powder is as small as your teeth’s pore size, making it easy to enter the teeth’s enamel and staying there.
In fact, it is exactly the same make as your teeth. I should think they blend well together, almost like twins coming together, or triplets.
3 Main Ingredients
Without going into the scientific names and long explanations of the ingredients (you can see the full list here), they are :
#1. Microcrystalline hydroxyapatite, or MCHA for short.
Which just means that the size of each Tooth powder particle is as small as the pores of your teeth and that this is exactly the material that your teeth is made of. This is sourced from cattle, and therefore this product is non-vegan.
#2. Non-GMO, birch-based Xylitol. #2’s job is to deliver #1’s to areas where repair is needed. As simple as that.
#3. Calcium Lactate. Oh his job is to enhance #2’s job, the job of remineralization of your teeth.
So these 3 ingredients are the “Remineralizing Teeth Trinity” working hand in hand.
Before they launched the Shine, Tooth Powder, they have conducted several experiments to ensure that the product will deliver and you can see the results of the experiment here.
All tests attest that Shine Tooth Powder can indeed restore teeth hardness and prevent future teeth decay.
Other great things about the Shine Tooth Powder include
- rice free
- SLS free
- glycerin free
Benefits of Using OraWellness Shine Remineralization Tooth Whitening Powder
1. Whitens teeth naturally.
2. Reduce stains on your teeth, so you can safely have your coffee and drink it.
3. Prevent future decays.
This company OraWellness was founded out of a teeth crisis when Susan, the lady owner had a serious tooth gum recession. The dentist gave her no choice but to extract her teeth.
Had she accepted her fate in that year, we would not have all these wonderful products from Orawellness.
She took the bullet and resolved to find a natural solution out there, and the result is a company full of natural organic and teeth-healing products that benefited so many customers including myself.
A bottle of Orawellness Shine cost $25 and if you follow the directions for daily use, it can last you a few months.
Place to Buy
Online at orawellness.com
365 days return policy
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How To Use The OraWellness Shine Remineralizing Tooth Whitening Powder
The most important to remember once you opened the container, you must never dip your moist toothbrush, as that will cause clumping to the whole bottle of tooth powder.
1. Use the small wooden spoon provided and scoop out into your palm. Apply your moistened toothbrush and start brushing.
2. You can also apply the Shine tooth powder direct to your front teeth for whitening.
3. Swish Shine together with your saliva, bathing every teeth.
1. Can be used directly on the teeth and gums in place of toothpaste.
2. Whiten Teeth naturally.
3. Remineralize teeth naturally.
1. Some do not like the taste of Cinnamon version, that it tastes like peanut butter.
2. Can be messy when water gets inside the container with the teeth powder.
3. Can be pricey.
Users reported improvement of bleeding gums, better breath and a clean bill of health at the dentist.
The longest it seems to take to work could be 6 months and the fastest in days after using this product.
However, there was one Amazon customer who complained that he received the product which seemed like one-third of the container.
He was visibly upset and wondered if the Shine Tooth Powder was going to last him 200 washes.
That could have created bad publicity for the company even though it had a 100% return policy within 365 days.
The great thing was that customer service at OraWellness responded promptly.
The problem was a manufacturing issue so a quick replacement was sent.
So customers can buy with ease knowing that quality is not compromised!
Other testimonies have shown how the product helped and saved their gums. Their sensitivity has gone down, and their teeth have been whiter. Exactly what Shine Tooth Powder is set out to do – Whiten and Remineralize! The best teeth powder.
Click here to read more FAQs on the use of OraWellness Shine Remineralization Tooth Whitening Powder
1. How long can a bottle of Shine Tooth Powder last?
It depends on how much you use each time. The average will be 4 months or 60 brushes if you sprinkle a bit onto your toothbrush.
2. How can I use Shine Tooth Powder together with the OraWellness Healthy Mouth Blend?
The purpose of Shine Tooth Powder is to replace the minerals lost in your teeth, and the purpose of OraWellness Healthy Mouth Blend is to protect the gums from bacteria overgrowth. Both have different and yet complementary roles to each other.
You can use them on alternate days if you just want to maintain an already healthy routine. It is also perfectly fine to use either to replace your toothpaste.
3. How does Shine Tooth Powder help teeth become whiter?
Shine Tooth Powder contains white kaolin clay which has a high ability to remove stain buildup with a low level of abrasiveness. So, it’s effective at stain removal yet gentle on the teeth and gums.
4. Can my kids use Shine Tooth Powder?
Yes, it is safe for children to use Shine Tooth Powder. The number of trace elements is extremely tiny.
5. Will Shine Tooth Powder reduce tooth sensitivity?
Tooth sensitivity is caused by loss of mineral density in your teeth. Your teeth become more porous and therefore more prone to cold drinks.
When cold drinks come into contact with those weakened nerves, your brain receives the pain messages.
With Shine Tooth Powder, you re-deposit minerals back into the teeth to protect against sensitivity. In that way, you can eliminate the root cause of sensitive teeth rather than ‘just’ stop the pain by numbing agents.
Investing in the Orawellness Shine is definitely a worthwhile consideration.
It took my worries off potential dental visits, it’s almost like buying dental insurance and not having to worry about any dental trauma for me and my family
Having gone through hours of sitting under the dentist’s bright light, while the dentist fixed my crown.
Its enough, no more do I want that experience nor having it upon my children.No way!
Head over here to check out the price of the OraWellness Shine. Hey, they have it in bulk bag, which means you can store in your own separate jars and space out the uses.
This is part of my review series on OraWellness Products.
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