Weleda Ratanhia 50 ml toothpaste water
Concentrated effect refreshing and antiseptic mouthwash
Concentrate rinse that freshens the breath and purifies the oral cavity.
Used diluted in water, activating the antiseptic and astringent properties of the herbs and spices and myrrh.
Its high content of plant extracts and essential oils freshens breath intensively, respecting to the maximum the natural flora of the mouth.
Composition: alcohol, water, myrrh and root of herbs, spices, natural essential oils, horse-chestnut extract *, calcium fluoride *, silver *, magnesium sulfate *. (* in high dilution).
Alcohol, Water (Aqua), Commiphora Myrrha Extract, Krameria Triandra Root Extract, Flavor (Aroma) *, Limonene *, Linalool *, Citronellol *, Geraniol *, Eugenol *, Aesculus Hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) Bark Extract *, Calcium Fluoride * , Silver *, Magnesium Sulfate *. * from natural essential oils * in highly softener form
Tips for use:
Dilute a few drops of toothpaste water of herbs and spices in a glass of water, and rinse the mouth.
It is also less diluted, applying it on the gums in a cotton swab.
50 ml bottle
Featured ingredient: Ratanhia Ratanhia (Krameria Triandra) root extract root extract
Shrub native to the Andes in Bolivia and Peru.
It has a system of very strong roots, silver leaves and red flowers that bloom in the rainy season.
The inhabitants of Bolivia and Peru have traditionally used the herbs and spices, to take care of the teeth and strengthen the gums.
High content of tannins, it has toning properties, improves inflammations and infections.
The root also strengthens the tissues.
Origin: 0% vegetable and biological
Mode of use
Dilute a few drops of Ratania toothpaste in a glass of water, and rinse your mouth thoroughly. It is also used less diluted, applying it on the gums in a cotton swab.
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