• Top 5 Questions About Charcoal Toothpaste Answered

    Once thought of as a safe and natural treatment for dingy and discolored teeth, charcoal toothpaste is now making headlines for a very different re...
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  • Do I Need a Methylparaben-Free Toothpaste?

    Worried about parabens in your toothpaste? Get straight answers, see both sides of the paraben safety debate, and explore alternatives here.
  • WholeFoods Magazine - ORL Feature

    Thanks for the feature in your latest issue of WholeFoods Magazine!
  • New Fresh Mint Travel Set Announced

    ORL LAUNCHES FAN FAVORITE FRESH MINT FLAVOR IN A TRAVEL SET SCOTTSDALE, AZ, Jan. 21, 2021/ORL/ -- ORL (pronounced "O-R-L"), the innovative oral car...
  • Global Cosmetic Industry Magazine - ORL oral care innovations

    Thanks for the feature about our innovation in oral care!    
  • How to Keep Your Oral Health Resolutions

    Almost one-third of Americans planned New Year’s resolutions this year, according to a YouGov survey. Health concerns topped the list, with more t...
  • Mask Mouth: Causes & Prevention

    Notice something a little funky lurking in your facemask? “Mask breath,” one of the more recent unpleasantries COVID-19 has bestowed upon the world...
  • The Quick Guide to Banishing Mask Breath

    Whether you’ve caught a whiff of something unpleasant in your mask or have recently heard about the mask breath (or mask mouth) phenomenon brought ...
  • The ORL magic of 7.0 pH

  • ORL Organic & Natural Oral Care Introduces Pocket Breath Sprays

    ORL Labs (pronounced “O-R-L”), the innovative oral care company behind the perfect 7.0 pH movement, introduced its newest product line to the market today. The latest additions offer the same natural and organic ingredients included in ORL’s flagship line of toothpastes and mouthwashes to create healthier smiles through nourishment and balance. 

  • 4 Harmful Ingredients You Didn’t Know Were in Your Toothpaste

    Ever wonder what’s really hiding in your toothpaste? You should. From traditional household brands through emerging natural toothpaste makers, manufacturers routinely include “harmful” ingredients in their formulas. We’ve pulled their ingredient lists and put them up against PubChem, a database of chemical information provided by the National Institute of Health (NIH). Using this data from the American government’s official medical research agency, we identified more than 100 harmful ingredients. Here’s a look at the top four.