OROXID Sensitive Solution is a medical device to ensure correct oral hygiene in adults and children . It promotes healthy gums and helps with inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity. It is based on active oxygen and ACTIPONE PX3 (natural extract of ginger, myrrh and echinacea). These ingredients soothe, regenerate and nourish the oral mucosa and remove harmful microbes (bacteria, viruses, fungi).
- It helps in inflammation and bleeding gums, in the presence of aphthae.
- It works against bad breath and increased plaque formation.
- It helps in healing after surgical procedures in the oral cavity (tooth extraction, removal of tonsils).
- It helps in sore throat.
- Effectively removes stains on teeth, eg after tea, coffee, wine, cigarettes and restores the teeth to their natural shade.
- It helps in oral hygiene for persons with braces, implants and dental replacements.
- It helps restore the natural microflora in the oral cavity.
It is suitable for long-term, regular daily use and for people with sensitive oral mucosa.
OROXID sensitive does not contain alcohol or chlorhexidine . Therefore, it is more gentle to the oral mucosa, does not irritate and dry it. The solution is suitable for regular rinsing of the oral cavity after brushing teeth or gargling.
How to use OROXID Sensitive Solution:
Use the solution 2-3 times a day, preferably after a meal or after brushing your teeth. You can also use OROXID instead of toothpaste when brushing your teeth, or more often during the day if you need it.
The solution is intended to be rinsed. Pour about 15 ml of solution (2 bottle caps) into your mouth. Flush your mouth actively for at least 30 seconds. Then spit out. There is no need to rinse the mouth with water after use.
Deionized water, 1.5% specially treated hydrogen peroxide solution, Actipone ® PX3 (Aqua, glycerin, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, Zingiber officinale extract, Commiphora Myrrha Resin extract, Echinacea purpurea extract), flavors, stabilizer.
When applied to the mucous membranes, there may rarely be irritation, which is usually transient and disappears after a few minutes or after rinsing the mouth with water.