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hyG Ionic Toothbrush.

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The hyG Ionic Toothbrush. You’re intrigued I can tell. We too. Apparently a toothbrush which ‘breaks the ionic bond’ between plaque and our toothy pegs by reversing the polarity of the tooth surfaces. Seems a bit holodeck to us, but what do we know? Nothing that’s what. $29.95.

 Use your new hyG as you would any toothbrush, with one important difference. When brushing, keep any moistened finger agains’t the ionic plate on the toothbrush handle. This will maximize ionic transfer of plaque molecules between your teeth and the hyG bristles…hyG breaks this ionic bond by temporarily reversing the polarity of tooth surfaces. As you brush, plaque molelules are actively repelled by your teeth and drawn to the hyG’s negatively charged bristles, even in hard-to-reach areas of your mouth.

Red – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Gimme a break! Tin foil hat please.

    • I have actually used a both products and found that the Soladey eco is easier to use it does not require exact finger placement to work. It does not use a battery like the HyG instead it uses a titanium rod to produce the ionic reaction.

      http://www.soladey.com is the manufacture website
      http://www.AboutHealthierLiving.com is a US distributor

  • Pacco

    I'm a health professional who has used this device for decades because it really does what it promises. I personally tested it myself with plaque-revealing pink tablets, and it removes almost 100% of the plaque on my teeth — so much more than regular brushes that there's no comparison whatsoever. Your other commenter is just one of those know-it-alls who think that anything that sounds far-fetched to him must be bogus. God forbid he actually do some basic research before giving his opinion on something about which he knows nothing.
    NOTE: The battery lasts many times longer than the 2 years it claims, and you can replace it yourself without having to buy a new handle. Highly recommended!

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