Mastic Gum Elma Supplement - Natural & Sugar-Free Oral Hygiene Chewing Gum
Mastic Gum Elma is an oral hygiene product that is both traditional and advanced. In a modern, deliciously natural, sugar - and aspartame-free base, Mastic Gum provides all the benefits and scientifically-recognized properties of the island of Chios' renowned mastic and its essential oil, now available to buy at Supersmart.
What are the benefits associated with Mastic Gum Elma?
Natural and powerful anti-bacterial action which can deal with even the most harmful and persistent bacteria such as Helicobacter pylori, as well as other periodontal and gingival bacteria.
Freshens breath and fights halitosis.
Prevents formation of dental plaque and tartar.
Strengthens and whitens teeth, brightening smiles.
Neutralizes acids produced by fermenting sugars.
Prevents gum inflammation and dental caries.
Reduces periodontal fungi.
Buy Mastic Gum Elma for a powerful anti-bacterial action.
Supplements that work in synergy with Mastic Gum Elma
As well as using Mastic Gum Elma, you may find these other nutritional supplements of interest too.
Discover the properties of Oral Health, an ideal combination of probiotics for oral health.
See also Power Smile, a whitening, anti-bacterial, peppermint toothpaste.
Gum Base, Natural Chios Mastiha, Xylitol, Sorbitol, Mannitol,
Glycerin, Natural Mastic oil, Menthol, Gum Arabic, Titanium
Dioxide, Polishing wax.
Each box contains 10 sugar-free pieces of chewing gum
Directions for use
Recommended use: Chewing Mastic Gum between meals helps maintain and restore oral hygiene while preventing insidious periodontal inflammation which can lead to gum disease and tooth loss.
Value for money
good gum nice taste
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