Toothpaste for bleeding gums, containing oak bark, yarrow extracts and Kalident, gently cleans and strengthens your teeth. The oak bark and yarrow extract strengthens the blood vessels in the gums, soothes, protects the gums, and helps maintain healthy microflora in the mouth. The Kalident calcium complex eliminates enamel micro-cracks and scratches. Recommended for sensitive, red or bleeding gums. Created together with scientists of dentistry.
For children below the age of 6 use a pea-sized quantity. Make sure that they do not swallow. If you are using any other products containing fluoride, please consult your dentist or your doctor.
Size: 100 ml.
Aqua*, Glycerin*, Hydrated Silica*, Calcium Hydroxyapatite*, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate*, Cellulose Gum*, Quercus Petraea (Oak) Extract*, Aroma, Achillea Millefolium (Yarrow) Extract*, Sodium Saccharin, Sodium Fluoride, Chlorhexidine Digluconate, Titanium Dioxide, CI 19140, CI 16255, CI 42090.
* - 98 % ecological or ingredients of natural origin.
Contains 0.25 NaF (1136 ppm F-)
Ecodenta oral care products unite modern science and nature. Manufactured from eco-friendly and natural materials without harmful effervescent or abrasive ingredients, they will surely change your attitude towards oral hygiene.
Each Ecodenta toothpaste is enriched with extracts of carefully selected eco-friendly plants that help to eliminate specific mouth care problems: the extracts of 7 herbs ensure a comprehensive oral care, cranberry extract helps to fight bacteria that cause the build-up of plaque, oak bark and bloodwort extracts effectively calm and reduce bleeding gums. Choose the toothpaste that’s best for you and experience the benefits of Ecodenta!
Ecodenta toothpastes contain Kalident, a natural source of calcium, that strengthens enamel and fills microcracks and scratches. This material has the same composition as tooth enamel. It has been scientifically proven to restore the mineral constitution of enamel and help to avoid tooth decay.
Ecodenta toothpastes are developed in cooperation with the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences and evaluated by odontologists.