Reduces gingival bleeding.
GingiLacer mouthwash significantly reduces gum bleeding caused by tooth brushing.
GingiLacer mouthwash is also developed to help reduce the formation of dental plaque while at the same time restoring the condition of the gingival tissue.
GingiLacer’s main actions are:
- Anti-plaque: The synergistic action of its active ingredients guarantees long-term inhibition of bacterial activity, reducing the formation and adhesion of dental plaque, the main cause of gingivitis.
- Prevents gingival bleeding: It reduces gum bleeding, attenuating the congestive process and improving the overall condition of inflamed and bleeding gums.
- Protects the gums: GingiLacer mouthwash contains vitamins that neutralise free radical action and protects the gums against the damage caused by bacterial plaque, preventing gingival tissue inflammation. It has proven efficacy in congestive and inflammatory processes, which improves the condition of inflamed and reddened gums.
- Gingival Toning Solution: It reduces inflammation and bleeding, promoting the epithelial regeneration of the gums, toning and strengthening them to improve their resistance against further inflammation.
GingiLacer Mouthwash is also formulated alcohol-free with a pleasant mint flavour. It can be used continuously as part of a regular hygiene routine as it protects the gums and does not affect the colour of the teeth. It is recommended for use after dental brushing with GingiLacer toothpaste to boost its effect. As it does not require rinsing, this boosts the action of its active ingredients as they remain in the mouth for longer.
GingiLacer mouthwash does not contain gluten.
Presentation and coding
- GingiLacer mouthwash 200 ml (C.N. 263657.6)
- GingiLacer mouthwash 500 ml (C.N. 263665.1)
- GingiLacer mouthwash 1,000 ml (C.N. 163308.8)
- Triclosan 0.15 g
- Zinc chloride 0.10 g
- Vitamin E acetate 0.04 g
- Xylitol 1 g
- Non-alcohol flavoured excipient q.s 100 ml
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