Halita mouthwash 500ml Solution
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SKU 7379497 Halita mouthwash 500 ml Solution
Halita is the first treatment specific to the halitosis of origin oral.
it eliminates CSV (smelly volatile sulfur compounds) producing bacteria and prevents their further growth.its formula contains:
-chlorhexidine gluconate 0.05%, antiseptic broad-spectrum. Bactericidal and bacteriostatic properties against volatile sulfur producing bacteria (CSV or smelly substances), causes the bad breath.
-Lactate 0.14% zinc, neutralizes the CVS produced by bacteria and protects the cavity oral.
-chloride cetylpyridinium 0.05%, antiseptic and antiplaque which acts synergistically with chlorhexidine to complete its action against the CSV.-producing bacteriaindications:
-transitional halitosis produced by food, beverages, tobacco, hormonal changes, medications, etc.
-chronic bad breath (halitosis), by accumulation of bacteria in the oral cavity that produce smelly gas (CSV).operating tips:
-in mouthwash and in gargles, 2 times a day (morning and evening) for 1 minute, with 15 ml. of Halita pure solution. It is preferable to perform these rinses, the morning after use of the tongue, and the evening after brushing the teeth.presentation:
-Halita oral Solution without alcohol 500 mlnot forget...-ensure good oral hygiene through classic brushing and rigorous brushing of the interdental spaces. Lingual hygiene is essential, this is why we recommend the daily use of the Halita tongue. Visits to control regular at the dentist are necessary.
-drink plenty of water, especially between meals. Are some of the factors that can dry out the mouth and promote the emergence of bad breath: sleep (bad morning breath), breathe through your mouth, snore, smoking, certain medications (antidepressants, antihistamines, antihypertensives), stress, much speaking, intense exercise...
-control his consumption of tobacco, coffee and alcohol.
-reduce consumption of foods such as garlic , onion, seasonings...
-Avoid long periods of fasting, in order to reduce the periods between meals.
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