All this ingredient are in the toothpaste. Journal entry With the contents of toohtpaste I feel strage because I never main that it have that. This surprise me. No I dont have any concern about the contents of others household or heath-care item. Mostly is water, secondto water in quatity is chalkexatly the same material that schooteacher use to write on blackboards. Tania Eliza Rodriguez - September 17, at pm 1. The toothpaste is mostly made of 30 to 45 percent of water in most brands. The water is there because people like to have big gob of toothpaste to spread on the brush.
Water is the cheapest stuff that makes big bobs. The toothpaste manufacture is a very lucrative occupation. Another ingredient that the toothpaste contains is chalk. Beside the chalk and water the toothpaste also contains paint , seaweed, antifreeze, paraffin oil, detergent, peppermint, formaldehyde, fluoride and something to kill the bacteria inside your mouth.
Studies show that a thorough brushing with just plain water will often do as good a job. To be honest I was kind of stumped about the content of the toothpaste, specially with the chalk. The thing that most impress me is the last sentence of the essay which says that cleaning your teeth with plain water is the same as cleaning them with toothpaste. Alex D. Colon Moya - September 18, at am Well the toothpaste is very important to our live, mouth and teeth. We have to brush 3 or more times at day.
The toothpaste is made from many ingredients that we never know, that ingredients are chalk that is collected from long-dead sea creatures, water, titanium diaoxide that makes the white comes out,antifreeze paraffin oil, detergent peppermint, formaldehyde, and fluoride and contains paint. I never know that the toothpaste was made from chalk, that dissapoint me but the fact is that no matter wath discusting sound the ingredients of the toothpaste, is necesary and we have to used.
Now I know that people who made the toothpaste use chakl that it use by teacher to write in the blakcboards and also collected crushed remains of the long dead ocean creatures that now I know that and use other things that I think are ugly but we need the people need some thing to brush their teeth. Ricardo Torres Sierra - September 18, at pm The toothpaste is very important to us. Water mostly, 30 to 40 percent is most brands: ordinary, everyday simple tap water.
Second to water in quantity is chalk, the material that the teachers use to write on blackboards to the class. The toothpaste contains titanium and dioxide.
I feel so angry because the toothpaste contains ingredients like: chalk, detergent, paint, oil, peppermint etc. Is impressionant because the chalk is very heathful and good for the teeths. Is very impressionant. Rafael Maldonado - September 18, at pm The essey shows the components of the toothpaste. The toothpaste hase chalk particles! It is being from the crushed remains of long-dead ocean creatures.
The toothpaste hase too titanium dioxide. Includes glycerine glycol -related to the most common car antifreeze ingredient- is whipped in with the chalk and water, and to give that concoction a bit of substance all we really have so far is wet colored chalk a large helping is added of gummy molecules from the seaweed Chondrus Crispus. A bit of paraffin oil the fuel that flickers in camping lamps is pumped in with it to help the mass ooze keep the whole substance smooth.
I am very surprised!! But, the toothpaste is really good for keep my mouth healthy and fresh. The toothpaste is made of of 30 to 40 percent of water.
And the fact is made from chalk suprise me a lot. And that is colected from the crushed of long-dead creatures EWWW nasty jaja. I can belive that some weird ingridients are in the toothpaste that we use a lot. Well I was suprised about what I read. Somethimes we use a lot of things and we dont know were it come from or how is made. Is important that we read things like this so we can learnd about this things that we use a lot. Some of the ingredients are dead sea creatures, peppermint and detergent, weird combination right, but these are just a few.
It also contians chalk particles to help whitened the tooth. I was really surprised on the things go into the toothpaste at least it uses some things that are natural others that arent but they dont do us harm , anyways we use and do other things that are very dangeruos everday so thats the least of my worries but this taught me on how I should read the labels of the things that we use and intake everday on our daily lives Stephanie M.
Few consumers would savor rubbing in a mixture of water, ground-up blackboard chalk, and the whitener from latex paint first thing in the morning. To get around that finicky distaste the manufacturers have mixed in a host of other goodies. To keep the glop from drying out, a mixture including glycerine glycol-related to the most common car antifreeze ingredient-iS whipped in with the chalk and water, and to give that concoction a bit of substance all we really have so far is wet colored chalk , a large helping is added of gummy molecules from the seaweed Chondrus crispus.
This seaweed ooze spreads in among the chalk, paint, and antifreeze, then stretches itself in all directions to hold the whole mass together. A bit of paraffin oil the fuel that flickers in camping lamps is pumped in with itto help the moss ooze keep the whole substance smooth. With the glycol, ooze, and paraffin we're almost there. Only two major chemicals left to make the refreshing, cleansing substance we know as toothpaste. To remedy that, every toothpaste on the market has a big dollop of detergent too.
You've seen the suds detergent will make in a washing machine. It's not particularly necessary, but it sells. The only problem is that by itself this ingredient tastes, well, too like detergent.
It's horribly bitter and harsh. It's to get around that gustatory discomfort that the manufacturers put in the ingredient they tout perhaps the most of all.
This is the flavoring, and it has to be strong. Double rectified peppermint oil is used-a flavorer so powerful that chemists know better than to sniff it in the raw state in the laboratory. Is that it? Not quite. A mix like that would be irresistible to the hundreds of thousands of individual bacteria lying on the surface of even an immaculately cleaned bathroom sink.
They would get in, float in the water bubbles, ingest the ooze and paraffin, maybe even spray out enzymes to break down the chalk. The result would be an uninviting mess. The way manufacturers avoid that final obstacle is by putting something in to kill the bacteria. Something good and strong is needed, something that will zap any aCCidentally intrudant bacteria into oblivion.
And that something is formaldehyde-the disinfectant used in anatomy labs. So it's chalk, water, paint, seaweed, antifreeze, paraffin oil, detergent, peppermint, formaldehyde, and fluoride which can go some way towards preserving children's teeth -that's the usual mixture raised to the mouth on the toothbrush for a fresh morning's clean.
Studies show that thorough brushing with just plain water will often do as good a job. Notice that they are arranged according to type of produce. Can imagine how difficult it would be to find what you need if all produce were piled onto a table or shelf, with broccoli, pears. Most stores and markets arrange or group their products for convenience of their customers. You may propose a method or construct a humorous one. Then write a paragraph describing system.
Come up with a title for each group and describe what products in it. Include the characteristics of each product group. What Are Classification and Division?
You use dassi6ca:tion to organize things and ideas daily. Grocery stores, phone directories, libraries, and even restaurant menus arrange items in groups according to similar characreristics. For example, your college caralog classifies its course offerings by school. Division, similar to classification, begins with one item and breaks it down into pam. Thus, for example. Division is closely related to process analysis, which is covered in Chapter A classification or division essay explains a topic by describing rypes or parts.
For example, a classification essay might explore rypes of advertising-direct mail. A division essay might describe the pans of an art museum-exhibit areas, museum store, visitor services desk, and the like. You will find many occasions to use classification and division in the writing do in college and the workplace see the accompanying box for a few examples.
In following essay, Jerry Newman classifies the kinds of managers he round in fast-food restaurants. As you read, highlight each category ohna! I thought aU my fast food stores would be pretty similar. They weren't. Some stores 1 made employees wear name tags, going as far as sending people home if they repeatedly didn't wear their name tags, while other stores didn't seem to care. Glycerine glycol is added to keep the toothpaste from drying out.
Parts of seaweed and paraffin oil are added to keep the substance smooth. There is also detergent added into toothpaste to help make "suds" in your mouth. Peppermint oil is added to help make the toothpaste taste better.
There is also detergent added into toothpaste to help make "suds" in your mouth. The enamel outer coating of the tooth they'll have to face is the hardest substance in the body-tougher than skull, or bone, or nail. Aisha D. Gives us a summary of the ingredients that compose it.