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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

OraMD Oral Hygiene Product Review and Giveaway

Today I want to talk to you about a new product I have tried and about
Sodium Laurel Sulfate SLS.  The product I am talking about is called  OraMD and you can get it 

If you have gum problem, bleeding gums, red gums, swollen gums or bad breath OraMd is for you. 
I have been using it for 2 weeks and have been getting great results.
I have very sensitive gums.  They have been receding for the past 15-2- years so I have to be very gentle with them and they can get irritated very fast.  And when I read about OraMd I was very surprised to learn that 
toothpaste could do so much damage to our gums.
But with OraMd your gums are safe.  And you get fresh breath all day.
After using OraMD, my gums never got irritated and they were never red. They were a lovely. My breath was alwasy fresh but you have to follow the directions they give you which are very easy and actually quite refreshing.
I loved using OraMD and I'm quite certain you will to.

 It was very easy to use, it comes in a small bottle an you use it drop by drop.
You brush twice a day morning and evening using 2-5 drops of OraMD on your toothbrush and you brush normally your teeth but you don,t swallow.
You floss every evening before brushing and more frequently as needed.
You use OraMD as a mouthwash 2 times a day by putting 2-5 drops into an ounce of water and then you swish and gargle. This is important to kill any bacteria you might have in your mouth and in the back of your tongue.
Then in mid-morning, mid-afternoon and as-needed you put 2-5 drops on the tip of  the tongue to coat the gum line teeth and mouth to kill all the bacteria and keep you breath fresh.

They also tipped that if you want to whiten your teeth safely you can use baking soda with hydrogen peroxide  2-3 times a week.  Also OraMd is safe for children 3 years and up.

 OraMD gets a 10 on Women-Prenuer Galore.

Here is what is written on their website about toothpaste.
Almost all toothpastes have an ingredient in them called Sodium Laurel Sulfate (SLS) which is used to suds up your toothpaste. The problem with SLS is it is used in clinical studies the world over to irritate your skin. Sodium Laurel Sulfate is a harsh chemical that has been used as a car wash soap and garage floor cleaners. After decades of putting a skin irritant in your mouth twice a day, it's no wonder your gums are having problems. 

Dr. Pal Barkvoll, an oral surgeon in Oslo, Norway concluded after doing a clinical study with toothpastes with and without Sodium Laurel Sulfate that SLS dries tissues in your mouth that protects against irritants such as acidic foods and drinks. SLS is a strong denaturating substance which means it can cause disruption of cell activity and possibly cell death - not an optimum choice when you are trying to get back on the road to good gum health. See our report: 6 Hidden Dangers in Toothpaste. SLS is just the tip of the iceberg of potentially harmful ingredients in toothpastes. 

Imagine that we've been using toothpaste since we've been children. no wonder we have gum problems.

There is a reoccurring theme with gum problems and bad breath and it's called bad bacteria. Bad bacteria can build up in the millions in your mouth within just a few short hours if left unchecked. These bacteria build up then turn into plaque, a sticky whitish substance which turns into tartar, a calcified substance. Getting a tartar build up is a much more serious problem and nearly impossible to remove even with a good oral hygiene program and using toothpastes and mouthwashes.Read more

The people at OraMD are giving away 3 bottles of OraMD to 3 lucky followers of Women-Prenuer Galore Wait for the RC to load a Rafflecopter giveaway
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