Loloz is the result of 7 years of research by a team of microbiologists at the UCLA School of Dentistry

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About Loloz
Cavibloc, the active ingredient, is a specific herbal formula extracted from a specific type of licorice root. This compound targets and disables the major organisms (Streptococcus mutans and Sobrinus, along with Lactobacilli) that cause tooth decay. This remarkable ingredient kills the bacteria that can lead to dental cavities, preventing them from forming for up to 6 months.

Ingredients and Nutritional Info

Loloz are made with all-natural, non-GMO ingredients and are manufactured in the USA.

Loloz - Berry

Ingredients: Isomalt Syrup, Natural Flavor, Citric Acid, Cavibloc (Licorice Extract), Annatto and Stevia.
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Loloz - Orange

Ingredients: Isomalt Syrup, Natural Flavor, Citric Acid, Cavibloc (Licorice Extract), Annatto and Stevia.
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Cavibloc

Patent-pending extract discovered by UCLA prevents dental decay at the source. The active ingredient in Loloz is Cavibloc, a proprietary extract from a specific type of licorice root. Studies show that Cavibloc helps to inhibit Streptococcus mutans, sobrinus, and Lactobacillus, the three types of bacteria that lead to cavities.

In contrast to alcohol-based mouthwashes, Cavibloc does not kill the healthy bacteria needed for a healthy mouth. Furthermore, when used as directed, Cavibloc inhibits the re-growth of the bad bacteria (Streptococcus mutans) for up to 6 months!
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Loloz are Manufactured on Equipment used to process Dairy, Peanut, Almond, Walnut, Pecan, Nutmeg and Soy Protein.  Made in the USA. Distributed By Healthy Grid, Portland OR.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is Cavibloc?

A. Cavibloc is the active ingredient of Loloz. Cavibloc is a specific herbal formula extracted from licorice root that targets and disables the major organisms (Streptococcus mutans and Sobrinus, along with Lactobacilli) that cause tooth decay. No man-made chemicals are used. 

This remarkable ingredient only kills the bacteria that can lead to dental cavities, preventing them from forming for 3 to 6 months.

Q. Licorice? What do they taste like?

A. The process for extraction of the licorice root actually leaves none of the actual licorice flavor behind. We’ve developed two delicious flavors that both kids and grown-ups love: orange and berry.

Q. Does Loloz have xylitol in it?

A. Nope! We’ve found that Cavibloc is the hard-hitting bacteria-buster when it comes to oral health.

Q. Is Loloz gluten-free and vegan?

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Yes, and yes!

Q. How should I store Loloz?

A. In a cool, dry place to maintain maximum effectiveness. Loloz can begin to lose efficacy in temperatures above 80 degrees.

Q. Where is Loloz made?

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Right here in the USA!

Q. Where can I purchase Loloz?

A. Loloz can be purchased from us directly here. You can also purchase Loloz form Amazon and at select dental practices throughout the country. 

Q. How was Loloz discovered?

A. After 7 years of testing thousands of herbs associated with oral health, microbiologists from the Department of Oral Biology at the UCLA School of Dentistry identified a specific herbal formula extracted from the licorice root that targets and disables the major organisms (Streptococcus Mutans and Sobrinus, along with Lactobacilli) that cause tooth decay.

The result? A safe, all-natural, anti-germ lollipop.

Q. I’ve read that too much licorice root can cause adverse side effects?

A. Yes. Licorice root is reported to be unsafe when used in large amounts (more than 200mg a day) for more than 4 weeks. Loloz is different in that it contains only one of the compounds found in licorice and each Loloz candy contains a minuscule amount of that extract. When used as directed, there are no concerns about side effects associated with overconsumption of licorice root.

Q. How many anti cavity lollipops does it take?

A. Enjoy two anti cavity lollipops (no biting) per day, once in the morning and once in the evening for 10 consecutive days, two to four times per year. Dissolve slowly in your mouth for approximately 5 minutes. Visit your dentist for regular, twice yearly dental cleanings and exams.

Q. How can I get samples?

A. Just ask your dentist! Our wholesale program is free for your dentist to join, and gives your dentist access to samples, fliers and more. Additionally, each box of Loloz contains two extra pieces for you, a loved one, or friend to try out.

Q. Do Loloz expire?

A. Not exactly. As Loloz are technically hard candy, they don’t expire. The “Best By” date you’ll see on the box indicates the date that the anti-cavity extract (Cavibloc) will be most effective until. After the “Best By” date, efficacy will decrease. Diminished efficacy means the candy needs more time in your mouth (at least 5 minutes) so no chewing!

Q. Can I really save up to $20,000 on dental bills?

A. Tooth decay is costly to your pocketbook as well as your health. Fillings – in addition to their initial cost – wear out over time and need to be replaced. As the condition progresses, many people require expensive treatments such as crowns, root canals, and even bridges or implants. Depending on your individual risk factors, including diet, genetics and frequency of dentist visits, the lifetime cost of treating this condition can be anywhere from $2,000-$20,000!

Q. Can Loloz help prevent one of the most common diseases in the US?

A. Yes! Tooth decay is far more common than most people think. The National Institute of Health found that this disease affects more than half of children under age 15. Because the initial symptoms of tooth decay can be subtle, you might not even realize if you or your child is suffering from this disease. If left untreated, it can affect your child’s ability to learn.

As the symptoms of tooth decay worsen, so can a child’s performance in school. According to the US Surgeon General, kids who suffer from tooth decay can have trouble paying attention and suffer from weight loss, speech impediments, and poor self-esteem. In fact, tooth decay and toothaches are among the leading reasons children miss school.

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