A Safe Toothpaste for Kids
Kinder Karex is a fluoride-free children's toothpaste with the benefits of BioHAP (hydroxyapatite). Kinder Karex gently cleans the teeth and helps prevent plaque buildup with regular brushing.
Kinder Karex Benefits
- Fluoride, Paraben, and SLS-Free
- BioHAP (hydroxyapatite) primary ingredient
- Safe if accidentally swallowed
- Kid approved, mild minty taste
- For all ages (0+ years)
Modern Oral Care
BioHAP stands for biomimetic hydroxyapatite. Hydroxyapatite is the substance from which teeth are made. Approximately 97% of our tooth enamel and 70% of our dentine consist of hydroxyapatite.
Hydroxyapatite is the modern oral care ingredient that is becoming popular because of its many benefits including safe if swallowed.
How to Use Kinder Karex
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Frequently Asked Questions
Especially for children under the age of 6, the addition of fluoride to toothpaste is a subject of much debate. Children in particular are likely to swallow toothpaste. With the debate over the safety and over exposure to fluoride, Kinder Karex is an alternative toothpaste for those concerned about fluoride.
Kinder Karex is for all ages (0+ years). It is gentle enough to start using on an infant as soon as the first tooth appears. The toothlike primary ingredient, hydroxyapatite, is safe if swallowed and is suitable for children who cannot yet spit out toothpaste properly.
BioHAP is our specially formulated hydroxyapatite- the substance our teeth our made from. BioHAP is safe if swallowed.
Electric toothbrushes can be used with Kinder Karex. Kinder Karex is easy to dispense and can be used on smaller toothbrush heads.
When developing Kinder Karex toothpaste, special care was taken to only use the ingredients that are necessary. Kinder Karex toothpaste contains hydroxyapatite as its primary ingredient and it is free from fluoride, parabens, and sodium lauryl sulphate.
It has a mild, minty flavor and is suitable for children that do not like “spicy” toothpastes. The flavor was selected by kids for kids. When it comes to brushing teeth, the taste needs to be different than the typical sweet or candy-like flavor. This is so a child understands sweets are not good for their teeth and that she or he is doing something for their health when they brush their teeth.
No, Kinder Karex was developed for humans and should not be used on dogs.
Ingredients: Water, Hydrated Silica, Glycerin, Hydrogenated Starch Hydrolysate, Hydroxyapatite, Xylitol, Silica, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate, Sodium Sulfate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sodium Cocoyl Glycinate, Flavor.