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Xlear Inc (Xclear), Spry, Kid's Tooth Gel, with Xylitol, Combo Pack, 2.0 fl oz (60 ml)

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  • Product Code: XLR-00073
  • UPC Code: 700596000735
  • Package Quantity: 2.0 fl oz (60 ml)
  • Dimensions: 1.6 x 3.4 x 5.8 in, 0.3 lbs (0.14 kg)
Product Overview


  • With Dispenser-Pacifier Included
  • All-Natural
  • Safe to Swallow
  • Age 3 Months & Up
  • Complimentary Bottle of Xlear Nasal Spray Included.

Special infant pacifier has a reservoir for easy & effective distribution of Spry Tooth Gel.

Just fill the pacifier reservoir, snap it closed and it's ready to go.

Spry Tooth Gel for infants and kids, contains all-natural xylitol and calcium.

For Baby's Gums & Teeth

Unlike toothpaste - Spry Tooth Gel is safe to swallow.

Before your infant begins teething administer Spry Tooth Gel with xylitol, in our specially designed pacifier.

Spry offers the proven health benefits of xylitol. It cleans and soothes gums and teeth. Talk to your dentist or dental hygienist about the benefits of xylitol as part of a complete oral hygiene program.

Suggested Use

Open and fill the pacifier reservoir 2/3 full with Spry Tooth Gel. Make sure the gate to the nipple is open before closing the pacifier, then snap the reservoir closed. Administer 3 to 5 times per day—morning, noon and at bedtime or after each feeding. Wash pacifier after each use.

(Do not touch the tip of the tube)

Other Ingredients

Purified water, xylitol, calcium glycerophosphate, cellulose gum (thickening agent), citrus paradisi [grapefruit] seed extract (as a preservative).

iHerb Customer Reviews
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Not worth it, just get the Spry tooth gel instead or just use birch xylitol with water for your infant/child!!!
Good concept, but the special pacifier is totally not worth the extra US$4! I got this for my 9-month old because I don't want him to get baby cavities. The directions tell you to fill the special pacifier 2/3 full. I checked and that would be about 2-3 mL of this stuff. If you are "supposed" to give your child this 3-5 times a day, this bottle wouldn't last more than a week or two! Also, I tried some of the stuff and it tastes like pure sugar (that's what xylitol is supposed to taste like). I don't like the thought of my child "expecting" a mouthful of sugar after every meal. It will not be an easy habit to break if you start giving them 2-3 mL of this after every meal. What I did instead was to just give one or two DROPS of this stuff after his meals. I put it on his pacifier and moved it around his mouth and it seems to be OK. Don't let the advertising get to you--I honestly don't think children should get THAT much sweet stuff in their mouth 3-5 times a day! The reason this didn't make a 2-star is because this xylitol is from a corn-derived source (probably from China), not from the original Finnish birch-tree derived xylitol that all the studies have been done on. Good idea, but....When my child gets a little bigger I plan to just give him a sip of birch xylitol (yes, iHerb sells the REAL stuff) in water or organic honey with bee propolis (after he is one of course). I'm disappointed and don't know what to do with the special medicine pacifier now! It's hard to get all the stuff out of it. I tried putting this in it a couple of times and each time after sucking for a few minutes there was still stuff left in the pacifier. A better way is just to use a regular bottle nipple and cap (if you want to give your child liquid medicine) with no bottle. So the pacifier is basically useless to us! I got two of this and it's too bad. International postage is so expensive so I won't return it (wish I could return the unopened package though!). Trust me, just the tooth gel instead of you are even thinking about getting this! Don't spend any extra money on something that you won't use or if not user-friendly.
Jul 19, 2010