One in ten adults in the general population copes with dry mouth. Situations such as Sjogren’s syndrome and radiation treatment for cancer patients cause severe dry mouth. Traditional products for dry mouth hygiene have included sugar-free gum, oral rinses, mouth sprays, and frequent sips of water. The ingredients in these conventional products are flushed away too quickly reducing their effectiveness.
Salese is a new long lasting soft lozenge. The main feature is their company’s Sustained Release Technology (SuRe). A unique combination of ingredients creates an extended contact period in the mouth. The prolonged delivery of active ingredients is more beneficial to dry mouth sufferers. The key to better moisture retention is the steady exposure of ingredients staying in contact within the mouth.
The Salese lozenges continuous delivery of ingredients promotes better oral health and fresher breath. There is no need to repeatedly use mouth sprays or apply other moisturizing gels.
Try the Salese lozenge for steadfast dry mouth relief. Enjoy a fresher moist mouth!
Used during sleep, these lozenges are pretty effective in keeping my mouth (and teeth!) hydrated. This helps keeps my enamel heathy and glossy.
By Chris from California on 05-12-11
Peppermint -peppermint oil, ethyl cellulose polymer, xanthan gum, xylitol, sucralose, sodium bicarbonate, glycerin, zinc gluconate, thymol, eucalyptus oil, wintergreen oil, calcium sulfate, potssium phosphate dibasic
Wintergreen -xanthan gum, ethyl cellulose polymer, wintergreen oil, xylitol, sucralose, peppermint oil, sodium bicarbonate, glycerin, eucalyptus oil, zinc gluconate, thymol, calcium sulfate, potassium phosphate dibasic
Mild Lemon -lemon oil, ethyl cellulose polymer, xanthan gum, xylitol, sucralose, eucalyptus oil, wintergreen oil, sodium bicarbonate, glycerol, zinc gluconate, thymol, calcium sulfate, potassium phsophate dibasic
DO NOT BITE OR CHEW. For severe dry mouth start with a sip of water. Allow lozenge to slowly dissolve in the mouth. Occasionally move it around - does not need to stay in one place. If the lozenge breaks apart, it's OK to chew, swallow or discard the remainder.