For worries about your mouth.
Contains high-purity natural zeolite.
In addition, two types of oligosaccharides and organic acids achieve a triple deodorizing effect.
Clean your mouth by wiping away dirt and bacteria with the adsorption power of natural zeolite!
Safe and secure with natural and food materials.
RO water Organic acid Natural zeolite Fructo-oligosaccharide Galacto-oligosaccharide DL-alanine Grapefruit seed extract
What is natural zeolite?
Zeolite is a natural mineral created by volcanic activity over 5 to 7 million years. Zeolite has a three-dimensional network structure, and the cavities in this network have the property of absorbing and deodorizing odors. In addition, we use ultrafine powder of 1.25 microns to eliminate the feeling of roughness.About safety
Since the natural zeolite contained in BreathCare has a long history of food use, it is included in the list of existing additives designated by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. The safety has been proven in tests and inspections by a designated inspection agency based on the Food Sanitation Law.
What is Cyclopolymerized Lactic Acid CPL?
Lactic acid is a polymerized organic acid. It has excellent permeability and keeps the mouth clean, where dirt tends to accumulate, and maintains the health of the gums.
Contains two types of oligosaccharides
Fructo-oligosaccharides and galacto-oligosaccharides <br>Oligosaccharides are sugars that are not broken down in the digestive system. Proliferates and activates good bacteria in the small intestine and large intestine.
What is Alanine?
A type of amino acid. Alanine has a sweet taste and is also used as a natural food additive. *Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins that make up muscles and internal organs, and alanine is present in most proteins in the body.
Foods High in Alanine
It is abundant in shellfish such as clams and clams.
Uses: To keep your mouth healthy when you are concerned about stains on your teeth. Frequency: Twice a day. Please.
For puppies that are difficult to brush their teeth, hang them on food, gum, toys, etc.
Example of wiping