Dentinox Teething Gel - 15g

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  • Effective relief from teething pain
  • Sugar free
  • suitable from birth
  • Effective relief from teething pain
  • Sugar free
  • suitable from birth
Product Information
Dentinox Teething Gel can be used from birth onwards, and includes a local anaesthetic action to quickly relieve teething pain and soothe the gums.

Teething occurs when the teeth emerge through the gums and although the milk teeth develop when the baby is growing in the womb, teeth only start to grow through the gums when the baby is approximately six to nine months of age. During the stage when a baby cuts his/her new teeth, the majority of them will experience some discomfort, which can prove quite distressing for both baby and parent. When the teeth grow, the body releases special chemicals that cause parts of the gums to separate and allow the teeth to grow through.When teething leads to sleepless nights and troublesome feeding times, naturally as a parent, all you want to do is help which is where Dentinox Teething Gel comes into use.

By simply rubbing a little amount of Dentinox Teething Gel onto your baby's gums, with a clean fingertip or cotton wool, will ensure that discomfort of teething is significantly eased. This pleasant tasting gel is sugar-free and suitable for use from birth.
Apply a small amount of gel onto a clean fingertip or cotton wool pad and rub gently on to baby's gums. Repeat after 20 minutes if necessary.
Lidocaine Hydrochloride 0.33% w/w. Cetylpyridinium Chloride 0.10% w/w. Sorbitol Solution 70% (Non-Crystallising). Xylitol, 9.4% Ethanol. Glycerol. Hydroxyethylcellulose. Polyoxyl 40 Hydrogenated Castor Oils. Pharmaceutical Liquid Flavour. Hydroxypolyethoxydodecane. Macrogol 300. Sodium Saccharin. Caramel (E150). Levomenthol. Purified Water.
Suitable For
Suitable For babies, from birth onwards.
Keep all medicines out of the reach of children. Do not store above 25¦C. If symptoms persist, seek medical consultation.
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