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Hiba Wood Tooth Gel


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This toothpaste gel contains Aomori Hiba essential oil, which has antibacterial activity against dental periodontal disease and bacteria.
This is a natural oral care that is kind to the earth, with the scent of Aomori Hiba and spearmint, giving you a refreshing feeling as if you were in the forest.


No preservatives, artificial sweeteners, abrasives, fluorine, mineral oil-derived ingredients, synthetic preservatives, synthetic fragrances.

Made with naturally derived ingredients without using colouring agents.


Purified water (wetting agent), glycerin (wetting agent), sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (thickening agent), sorbit (wetting agent), calcium carbonate (cleaning aid), hydrous silicic acid (base), xylit (sweetener) ), Hydroxyapatite (cleaning aid), ε-polylysine 10% solution (wetting agent), grapefruit seed extract (wetting agent), dipotassium glycyrrhizinate (flavoring agent), hinokithiol (flavoring agent), sodium citrate (ph adjuster) , Sodium hydrogen carbonate (cleaning agent), L-menthol (cooling agent), spare mint oil (flavoring agent), Hiba essential oil (flavoring agent)

About Aomori HIba

The Aomori Hiba is native to and is one of the three most elegant tree species in Japan. The other two tree species are the Kiso Hinoki (a species of cypress) and the Akita Sugi (a species of red-cedar).

Enduring the harsh cold wind in Northern Japan, the Aomori Hiba grows slowly within a beautiful environment. In addition to its exquisite bark, the tree is famous for having a strong endurance against corrosion and is an excellent building material. As the Aomori Hiba also has high antibacterial and insect-repelling properties, its timber is also used for building shrines and temples. Historical architectures such as the Chūsonji Konjikidō in Iwate Prefecture, the Hirosaki Castle, the Iwakiyama Jinja Rōmon, and the Osamu Dazai Memorial Museum (also known as the Shayōkan) use this timber to withstand the flow of time and remains until today.




Aomori (青森市, Aomori-shi) is the capital city of Aomori Prefecture, in the Tōhoku region of Japan. As of 1 April 2020, the city had an estimated population of 278,964 in 136,457 households. Aomori is one of Japan's 60 core cities and the core of the Aomori metropolitan area.

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