Spry Cinnamon Mints
Enjoy great flavour and a cleaner mouth with Spry Xylitol-based Mints!
Looking to freshen your breath with a little heat? Look no further than Spry Cinnamon Mints! These naturally sweetened and flavoured mints will delight anyone who enjoys the sweet warmth of cinnamon along with a wonderful burst of mouth-watering flavour. Spry dental mints are sugar-free and sweetened only with the purest pharmaceutical grade xylitol!
Clinical studies have proven that when combined with normal dental hygiene, regular use of mints sweetened only by xylitol can significantly reduce cavities! This is because the xylitol defends against the bad bacteria, by interfering with their feeding process, and blocking their ability to adhere to the teeth.
There are 45 mints in each tube.
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Strive for Five:
Spry came up with this clever slogan. The recommendation is that you try and have 5 exposures to xylitol per day. Spry’s impressive range of xylitol products makes this really easy to do throughout the day. For example, start the day with our xylitol toothpaste and mouthwash, chew a couple of gums or enjoy some mints after breakfast, lunch and supper, then use our mouthwash and toothpaste again before bed.
Spry’s Dental Defense System:
Have a look at our mouthwashes, toothpastes, mints and Gems. Children have their own unique products like SparX Sweets, safe to swallow bubblegum-flavoured mouthwash, xylitol tooth gel (for the younger ones) and Tropical Fruit or BubbleGum Toothpaste (for the older ones).
- Sweetened only with pharmaceutical grade xylitol
- Hydrates “dry-mouth” by stimulating salivary glands, providing on-the-go oral care
- Dentist-recommended due its proven oral benefits and ability to reduce plaque
- Natural ingredients only, so you never need worry about ingesting aspartame or other chemicals
- The 100 count tub is an ideal option for keeping in your car’s cup-holder
For more information on xylitol from an unbiased website resource that is maintained entirely by dentists and doctors, please have a look at https://xylitol.org/