Anti-Aging Company assures our customers of source quality and purity in all of our ingredients.
Each of our sources must submit documentation outlining product specifications, labeling standards and container compliance for every product to satisfy our uncompromising standards for pure, consistent and reliable ingredients. Each of our suppliers share our commitment to producing only the highest quality ingredients. With this solid foundation of grower direct ingredients, Anti-Aging Company supplies all our customers with a solid source of purity and quality, now and for years to come.

We Use Only the Highest Quality and Purest Ingredients:
Certified Organic and/or Wild-crafted Ingredients

-Freshly Made for You Without Preservatives
-Earth-Friendly Packaging
-No Harmful Chemicals

Strict Sourcing Means:
-We verify purity with Certificate of Analysis on each ingredient
We stay away from any improper or questionable sourcing
We carry out our own purity analysis

"There is no higher standard of products than what you have created. Your products are beyond the beyond."
Carl Jorgensen, CEO, Purely Organic, Ltd.

We went to extensive lengths to find the highest quality and Earth-friendly Miswak for our products. You won’t find this unprecedented purity anywhere else. It is one-of-a-kind.

About Miswak:
Miswak is a teeth cleaning twig made from the Salvadora persica tree (known as arak in Arabic). The fact is that ancient man did not have the facility of the modern day toothbrush; hence, many cultures have used the Miswak for oral hygiene. Miswak has a long, well-documented history and is reputed for its benefits for the teeth, gums and mouth. It is purported to have been used over 7000 years ago.

Important benefits of Miswak:
Kills bacteria that causes gum-disease
Fights plaque effectively
Fights against cavities
Removes bad breath and odors from the mouth
Creates a pleasant fragrance in the mouth
Effectively cleans between teeth due to its bristles being parallel to the handle, rather than perpendicular, which results in effective cleaning between the teeth
Increases salivation, thereby inhibiting dry mouth (Xerostomia)


We source our aloe from a science-driven company that is dedicated to offering the best aloe vera products on the market. They are the only aloe vera brand available in the natural marketplace that has “Gold Standard” clinical studies conducted on the finished products to ensure that they offer the highest efficacy of aloe vera benefits and maximize the bioavailability of nutrients.

They process and manufacture their own certified, organically grown aloe vera that is preservative free and USDA Certified Organic. This is rare in the aloe vera industry. Not all aloe vera used in tooth gel products contain the proper form of aloe vera. It must contain the stabilized gel located in the center, (inner fillet) in order to be effective, and our source does use the inner fillet.

Aloe must not be treated with excessive heat or filtered during the manufacturing process, as this destroys or reduces the effects of certain essential compounds, such as enzymes and polysaccharides. Although there are more than 300 species of the plant, only a few have been used for medicinal purposes.

Aloe Vera for Dental Health
Aloe has a tremendous healing effect on our gums and on overall dental health.
It is a powerful antiseptic for gum pockets where it is difficult to reach during normal cleaning.
It reduces gum bleeding and reduces swelling of soft tissues.
It has anti-fungal properties that are greatly beneficial for the problem of denture stomatitis.

Studies show that aloe vera gel inhibits the activity of several types of bacteria that may lead to gum disease and cavities. As an additional benefit, aloe can cure clacked and split corners of the mouth that are subject to fungal infection. Its antiviral properties help in the treatment of cold sores (Herpes Simplex).

Modern Science
Aloe have been found effective in eliminating pathogenic oral microflora – disease-causing bacteria – in the mouth. General Dentistry, the Academy of General Dentistry’s journal, published a study which compared the germ-fighting ability of an aloe vera to two commercially popular toothpastes. It was revealed that overall the aloe vera was more effective that the commercial brands at controlling cavity-causing organisms.

Aloe vera gel does not contain the abrasive elements and, therefore, is not as harsh on teeth. It contains anthraquinones – anti-inflammatory chemical compounds that are used in healing and alleviating pain.

You will find that most dental care products use GMO corn-based xylitol. Currently, up to 92% of U.S. corn is genetically engineered (GMO). GMO products have had their DNA altered in a laboratory by genes from other plants, animals, viruses or bacteria.  For example, genetically modified corn contains a pesticide that cannot be washed off. Most GE food grown in the U.S. is “Roundup Ready”.

Dental Benefits of Xylitol
Tooth decay happens when bacteria in your mouth consume the sugars we eat. When you eat food containing ordinary sugar (sucrose), it gives bacteria on your teeth energy, allowing them to multiply and start making acids that can eat away the enamel on the teeth. This “acid attack” causes tooth decay and cavities to begin to form. 

Xylitol is a natural sweetener derived from the fibrous parts of plants. It does not break down like sugar and can help keep a neutral pH level in the mouth. Xylitol also prevents bacteria from sticking to the teeth. This is how it protects the teeth from tooth decay. With the dental benefits of Xylitol, the acid attack that would otherwise last for over half an hour is stopped.

Less Bacteria, Less Acid – Healthier Teeth!
Because the bacteria in the mouth that are causing cavities are unable to digest xylitol, their growth is greatly reduced. The number of acid-producing bacteria may fall as much as 90%. No acid is formed because the pH of saliva and plaque does not fall. After taking xylitol, the bacteria do not stick well on the surface of the teeth and as a result, the amount of plaque decreases.

Repairing Damaged Enamel
Research has shown that the use of xylitol also helps repair damage to the enamel. Saliva in itself protects the mouth and teeth. Stimulated saliva in particular contains all the components needed to repair early cavities. If sugar is only taken a couple of times a day, the saliva can do the job alone. But most people take sugar so often that the mouth’s own defensive tools are not enough. 

The dental benefits of xylitol also include saliva. Saliva that has xylitol is more alkaline than saliva stimulated by other sugar products. After taking xylitol products, the concentration of basic amino acids and ammonia in saliva and plaque may rise, and plaque pH rises as well. When pH is above 7, calcium and phosphate salts in saliva start to move into those parts of enamel that are weak. Therefore, soft, calcium-deficient enamel sites begin to harden again.