Liquid Tooth Soap short review

Things are going really well. Last night we hung out with the Giannis at Catch a Healthy Habit cafe in West Haven, CT. They even did a live video with Rory at the cafe that was just for fun. Rory and I received a bottle of peppermint Liquid Tooth Soap from them, and it's pretty amazing. According to the label on the bottle:

"It cleans teeth and gums perfectly. It does not coat the teeth with glycerin and rinses off easily in 2-3 rinses leaving the teeth ready to re-enamelize from nutrients in the diet."

Kevin Gianni suggested to put 2-3 drops from the dropper onto the wet toothbrush, and that should be plenty. He told me that the first time he used the tooth soap, he put a whole dropper full and his mouth foamed up like a rabid dog. That's of course when my daughter, Isabel, started barking a growling at him LOL!

So I put 3 drops on my toothbrush and put it in my mouth. I was worried that it wasn't going to foam up, but it definitely did. It's ingredients list saponified coconut, palm, extra virgin olive oils, filtered water, and pure essential oils. That's it. So when I started brushing I immediately felt and tasted the oils and was reminded of oil pulling. It was definitely different than the toothpaste I am used to, especially in texture. I am accustomed to toothpaste that is grainy and foamy. This was more like oily and soapy. That's a new feeling for my mouth, but not a bad feeling. I spit it out and rinsed 3 times, like suggested on the bottle. The peppermint flavor was not as strong as most commercial toothpastes and did not leave an aftertaste. Rory loved that because he is constantly making food and does not want a toothpaste that will alter his taste buds. My teeth actually felt VERY clean afterwards, slippery even. In fact, I did this last night and my teeth still feel very clean. The Tooth Soap says that it does not leave a residue of glycerin like other toothpastes and therefore allows the teeth to absorb nutrients on their own in your mouth. So next time I drink a green juice or smoothie my teeth will be able to absorb the nutrients directly!

Tooth Soap does have a high price tag, but it lasts for at least 4-6 weeks and you know that you will be getting more nutrients from your possibly high priced raw foods and juices. I hope you get a chance to check Liquid Tooth Soap out and let me know what you think of it! (BTW, I'm not selling any or making any money from this, just sharing my experience with you.)


  1. Thanks, I have been curious about this stuff for awhile!

  2. Hey Amanda, great to hear you guys are having fun!! I use the same brand of tooth soap but in 'shred' form not liquid and I LOVE it, Never turning back to usual conventional toothe pase now for sure. My teeth have become whiter and instantly feel cleaner for longer.

    I haven't tried the droplets as I adore the shreds and you get soooo many in a jar I reckon it will last me months and months.

    I have the peppermint one too.....I recommend this brand of tooth soap too ;0)

    Loulou x

  3. I have been curious about toothsoap too. Thanks for sharing! Right now I use Auromere, which has neem oil and other herbs. I love it. It has helped to heal my receding gum line.
    Much Love,

  4. Hey Amanda! More than 4-6 weeks... ours last about 3-4 months!!! :-)


    PS. Grrrr

  5. Do you happen to know what makes the foaming action in these products? I don't see anything in the ingredients list that would cause a foaming actions. Does anyone know. Some of their products say "natural flavorings" on the list and I'm always skeptical about glutamate, carrageenan, yeast extract, as these are natural but aren't good for people. They wouldn't tell me what was in the natural flavorings!

  6. The tooth soap uses Saponification: a chemical processes that produces soap from fatty acid derivatives. So it converts those natural oils into soap. check out Wikipedia for more information.

    P.S. thanks for the review, I am going to order some right now!!

  7. Dr. Bonner's liquid soap uses potasium hydroxide and the bar soap uses sodium hydroxide as the lye that mixes with the oils to cause the foaming action. Research says that the lye (sodium and potasium hydroxide) is all gone after the soponifying action. I have also read that potassium hydroxide can be bad for your teeth in the long run. So I don't take any chances, I use the bar soap. I like the peppermint, it doesn't taste too bad and goes a loooong long way. I have noted that my mouth feels a little raw right now, I may be brushing too long or using too much soap. I will tone down on both and see how it goes.