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Sensodyne Gum Care Toothbrush Extra Soft White
Sensodyne Gum Care Toothbrush Extra Soft White
Sensodyne Gum Care Toothbrush Extra Soft White
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Sensodyne Gum Care Toothbrush Extra Soft White

Pack size : 1 count

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Technology of the brush which alternates of the classical sons and the superfine filaments. Brushes very handy to reach all the zones of the mouth adapts with precision to contours of the teeth. Conceived to act in the narrowest places. Brings softness and protection of the gums during brushings
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DESCRIPTION

Technology of the brush which alternates of the classical sons and the superfine filaments. Brushes very handy to reach all the zones of the mouth adapts with precision to contours of the teeth. Conceived to act in the narrowest places. Brings softness and protection of the gums during brushings

Ingredients

Plastic Nylon

Instructions

ALWAYS FOLLOW THE LABEL. Brush twice a day and not more than three times, minimise swallowing and spit out. For Oral Use only.

INFORMATION

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place, away from the sunlight

Preparation and usage

Use twice daily.

Brand Message

Sensodyne is a brand name of toothpaste and mouthwash targeted at people with sensitive teeth. Sensodyne is owned by GlaxoSmithKline and is marketed under the name Shumitect in Japan. Sensodyne toothpaste work in different ways depending on the product's active ingredient - potassium nitrate, strontium acetate/chloride. Sensodyne is a brand of toothpaste that was first sold by Block Drug, a Brooklyn, New York-based company established in 1907 by pharmacist Alexander Block. By 1925, manufacturing dental care products had become the company's focus. Leonard N. Block followed his father into the family business which relocated to Jersey City, New Jersey, in 1938. In 2000, Block Drug was purchased by Smith Kline Beecham P.L.C., which became GlaxoSmithKline.The toothpaste was first marketed in 1961 as a desensitising toothpaste based on a strontium chloride formulation.

Safety warning

Do not use it when seal is broken and stop using it if any allergic reactions