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  1. Silica is also known to have lead. This is a reason some other toothpastes have prop 65 on them . Do you think in this toothpaste silica is safe? For kids who don’t yet know how to spit?

    1. Hi Maria!
      When CA Prop 65 mentions silica, this is what they say: “Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size) cancer.”
      In other words, silica raises a concern when inhaled as airborne dust.

  2. Hi,

    I came across a blog post about how hydroxyapatite could be bad for the health because it is a nano particle. There are some studies mentioned so I am really concerned about using hydroxyapatite toothpaste for myself or kids. Have you looked into this ingredient?


  3. I can always count on you for information on the best products and am happy to hear about this toothpaste.
    We have used Jack N jill toothpaste for years but have been unhappy with its cleaning ability but stuck with it for the safer ingredients.
    My dentist recommends Elementa which has Nano Silver. It looks great with only 5 ingredients, but is nano silver safe for kids who consume their toothpaste or mouthwash? For this reason, I do appreciate that RiseWell is non-toxic and edible.

    1. Hi, Erin! Thank you for reaching out to us! I Read Labels for You does not recommend using toothpaste for kids with nano silver. I hope this helps!

      1. Thank you for your reply! Would you say adults should avoid nano silver too? The mouthwash is really nice but I’m finding conflicting safety information.