Oral care for babies
Lacer Baby is a gingival balm that helps reduce the discomfort related to teething.
Lacer Baby is composed of ingredients of organic origin, some from organic farming. It is formulated with 3 active ingredients: thermal spring water, chamomile extract and marshmallow extract.
The thermal spring water, from the depths of the earth and stabilised at pH8, rich in mineral salts and trace elements that give Lacer Baby its properties that are good for the mouth, helping to reduce gum discomfort during teething.
The chamomile helps reduce discomfort, calming the sensation of pressure on the gums.
The marshmallow smooths, protects and hydrates the mucous membranes of your baby’s mouth. Lacer Baby gingival balm has a soft and creamy texture, that facilitates and improves the massaging action on the gums, while providing the effectiveness of its natural ingredients to help reduce discomfort related to teething.
Instructions for use:
Apply a small, pea-sized amount to the baby’s gums, massaging gently. It can be applied 4 or 5 times a day.
Presentation and coding
- Gingival balm 50 ml (N.C. 174023.6)
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