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Whitening Toothpastes: Everything You Need To Know

Written by: Oli Woods



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What do dentists recommend?

Here's something you might not have known. Dentists usually never recommend whitening toothpastes. That's because they're super abrasive, and over time will wear down your enamel, causing sensitivity. 

Low Abrasion Whitening Toothpastes

Most big brand whitening toothpastes are abrasive. Instead, you'll want to use a low abrasion whitening alternative. That means choosing a toothpaste that whitens by dissolving stains, rather than by scrubbing away the top layer of your enamel.

Dissolve stains, fast.

So, how does it work? ZING uses an enzyme called Papain, derived from Papaya, to whiten and dissolve stains with low abrasion. This means you can naturally whiten your teeth, without risking your enamel! It's a win-win!

Why isn’t it in every toothpaste?

Papain is an incredibly effective way to help whiten and dissolve stains, but like Hydroxyapatite,  it’s not cheap. That means you won’t find it in many common supermarket toothpastes. Be sure to check the label to see if your toothpaste contains Papain. 

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