Cinnamon Xylitol Mints

240 ct

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240 ct

Why You’ll Love It

Don’t just cover up bad breath with mints. Prevent bacteria from building up in the first place with Spry Cinnamon Mints. They’re made with xylitol, a natural sugar alcohol found in fruits and vegetables that’s most commonly used as a sweetener. It has also been shown to inhibit bacteria from settling in the mouth, helping to protect against tooth decay and cavities. For best results, use Spry mints at least five times a day, especially after meals. Allow the mint to dissolve fully, coating your teeth and gums for maximum protection against bacteria. The warming cinnamon flavor will deliver fiery spice and a touch of sweetness.
SKU: 700596000100

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Ingredients

Xylitol, Calcium Lactate, Magnesium Stearate, Gum Arabic, Natural Peppermint Flavor, Natural Cinnamon Flavor, Beeswax,


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Serving Size 1 piece (.60g) Servings Per Container 240

Amount Per Serving

Calories 1.2

% Daily Value*
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate .5g 1%
Protein 0g

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