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HALITA® Mouthwash

150 ml
500 ml

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HALITA® mouthwash eliminates the layer of bacteria that produce malodorous gases and prevents their subsequent growth.

By rinsing just twice per day, HALITA® mouthwash acts quickly and effectively against bacteria. The combination of Chlorhexidine digluconate and Cetylpyridinium chloride prolongs the antiseptic action of the two components for greater bacterial control and reduction of malodorous gas production. 

HALITA® is the first scientific treatment developed for the control of oral halitosis. 

Product distributed in Spain

FÓRMULATION

Chlorhexidine digluconate 0.05%
A broad spectrum antiseptic that controls excess bacterial load and acts synergistically with CPC to help reduce the production of bad smelling gases. 

Cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) 0.05%
An antiseptic that acts synergistically with Chlorhexidine to help reduce the production of bad smelling gases.

Zinc lactate 0.14%
Deactivates malodorous gases inhibiting their release and preventing them from causing negative effects in the oral cavity.

INDICATIONS

  • To neutralise malodorous substances that cause chronic oral halitosis.
  •  For transitory bad breath caused by certain foods (such as onion or garlic), drinks, smoking, hormonal changes, medicines, etc. 

HOW TO USE

Rinse two times per day (morning and night) with 15 ml for 1 minute to ensure good oral hygiene and complete removal of bad breath-producing bacteria. It is advisable for rinses to be performed after use of the tongue cleaner and toothpaste in order to remove bacteria that accumulate particularly on the back portion of the tongue.

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