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Oranurse Unflavoured Toothpaste was originally developed in a response to the need of autistic children who have a problem with taste, even to the extent of not liking the taste of water. This has resulted in the development of a toothpaste with no sodium lauryl sulphate (foaming agent) or flavourings but still with the protection of 1000ppm fluoride for children aged 0-3 years and 1450ppm fluoride for children aged 4 years plus and the original adult formula. Those who can also benefit from unflavoured toothpaste include those who do not like the taste of mint, adults and children with learning disabilities where they perceive mint to have a 'hot' or 'burning' sensation, Lichen Planus sufferers, head and neck cancer patients after radiotherapy, people with autism and people that have an intolerance to Limonene.
Unflavoured toothpaste is also ideal for those who suffer from the following syndromes and diseases:
Active Ingredient; Sodium Monofluorophosphate
Other Ingredients; Water, Hydrated Silica, Glycerine, Sorbitol, Xylitol, Cellulose Gum, Sodium Benzoate, Titanium Dioxide, Methylparaben.
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