Dental Buzz published an article warning dental professionals and consumers about many Crest Toothpastes 6 months ago. Since then, and with the help of the concern being spread via social media outlets, Proctor & Gamble (P&G) has decided to remove it from its products.
P&G is acting based on our concern and is now going to Remove Polyethylene from Products
In the last few months, dental hygienists have been speaking out about polyethylene plastic beads or microbeads in toothpastes, and their potential to become embedded within gums. Procter & Gamble (P&G) has elected to remove the FDA-approved microbeads from a number of products, including Crest toothpastes, due to … Read the rest