Original Tooth Gel

2 oz tube

Retail Price: $5.99


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2 oz tube

Why You’ll Love It

Healthy dental habits start early, which is why Spry created a sweet-tasting, all-natural toothpaste that’s safe for use on infants and toddlers. Research has shown that xylitol can strengthen the structure of teeth enamel as it begins to take shape on young teeth. And because this gel doesn’t contain any fluoride or artificial ingredients, it’s okay if a little bit is accidentally swallowed. Simply squeeze a pea-sized amount of Spry Kid’s Natural Tooth Gel to a soft toothbrush or teether, and gently massage your child’s gums and teeth. Do this up to three times a day to encourage kids to get in the habit of daily brushing.
SKU: 700596000711

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Ingredients

Purified water, xylitol, calcium glycerophosphate, cellulose gum (thickening agent), grapefruit seed extract as a preservative


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