Enamel Highlighter
Mouthwash

Weissbad

Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash contains Zinc-Peptide10 Complex Formula, to make your teeth enamel bright and glossy while freshening and revitalizing your mouth. Enhances the effects of the Anti-Aging ritual.

Always feel comfortable with a youthful fresh smile!

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Benefits
  • Long lasting freshness 
  • Brightens your teeth  
  • Revitalizes tooth enamel  
  • Helps protect teeth from stains and discoloration  
  • Helps protect teeth from acidic foods and drinks  
  • Does not irritate sensitive areas  
  • Does not dry your mouth  
  • Alcohol-free  
  • Recommended by dentists 
  • Made in Switzerland 
How to Use

We recommend using the Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash after brushing teeth in the morning and repeat often as needed.
Swirl half a capful of Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash around mouth and in between teeth before spitting out.

Ingredients

Active Ingredient: Sodium Fluoride; 0.05 %

Inactive Ingredients: WATER GLYCERIN, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, XYLITOL, PEG-40 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL, AROMA, SODIUM CITRATE, ZINC LACTATE, POLOXAMER 407, CHLORHEXIDINE DIGLUCONATE, LIMONENE, CITRIC ACID, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, OLIGOPEPTIDE-104, HYDROCHLORIC ACID.

Delivery

Enjoy complimentary delivery with your purchase of $35 or more. Orders process and ship within 1-5 business days.

FAQs

1. Does the Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash contain alcohol?
No, it is alcohol-free, vegan and kosher.

2. Is the Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash safe for sensitive teeth?
Yes, it contains no alcohol or peroxide and will not irritate sensitive teeth and gums.

3. Can children use Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash?
Yes, children ages 6 years and over can safely use the Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash with adult supervision.

4. What do I do if I swallow Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash?
Like any fluoride-containing products on the market, the Enamel Highlighter Mouthwash should not be swallowed. If accidentally swallowed more than directed, get medical help or contact a poison control center immediately.