Reduces pain and promotes healing by creating a protective film. Mouth ulcers - Gingivitis - Minor lesions - Daily oral hygiene
30-04-2021 Read the warnings and instructions for use carefully.
Instructions for use
Shake the bottle before use. Using the measuring cup provided, rinse and gargle with approximately 10 ml of mouthwash 2 to 3 times a day for at least one minute. The product can be used directly, or else diluted in a small amount of water.
For use with children, it is recommended to dilute the product.
Avoid drinking or eating for at least 15 minutes after application, in order to facilitate adhesion to the mucosa. Close the bottle well after use, and wash the measuring spoon thoroughly.
FUNCTIONAL SUBSTANCES: Resinox FP, a plant-based molecular complex with polysaccharides (from Aloe vera*), flavonoids (from Chamomile*), and resins (from Myrrh).
Also contains: Hydroalcoholic solution; Vegetable glycerin; Ethyl alcohol from organic wheat*, Peppermint essential oil; Natural flavourings; Liquorice extract*; Xanthan gum.
*Ingredient from Organic Farming
Does not contain any preservatives.
Do not use in case of individual hypersensitivity or allergy to one or more components. Store in a cool, dry place, away from heat sources and protected from light. Keep out of reach of children. The expiration date applies when the product is intact and stored properly.
If the symptom persists, consult a doctor to rule out any systemic causes or causes of dental origin, which require other types of treatment.
OroBen Mouthwash creates a protective film that reduces pain and promotes the healing of mouth ulcers, recurrent aphthous stomatitis, inflamed gums, and minor lesions of the mouth resulting from dental treatment or the use of braces and dentures, for example.
HOW IT WORKS
OroBen Mouthwash acts thanks to Resinox FP, a plant-based molecular complex produced by Aboca Research and made up of polysaccharides, resins, and flavonoids, which create a barrier on the mucosa, with two effects:
- A PROTECTIVE AND HYDRATING EFFECT
An adhesive layer is formed over the lesion or inflamed area, limiting