Xlear Inc (Xclear), Spry, Oral Rinse, Spearmint, 16 fl oz (437 ml)5 Reviews
1.42 lbs (0.64 kg)
- Product Code: XLR-00122
- UPC Code: 700596001220
- Package Quantity: 16 fl oz (437 ml)
- Dimensions: 1.8 x 3.4 x 9 in, 1.2 lbs (0.54 kg)
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- Made with Xylitol
- Dental Defense System
- All-Natural Formula
With All-Natural Xylitol, Calcium, Aloe Vera, Chamomile & Echinacea
Improving Oral Health
Spry Oral Rinse is a great tasting rinse designed to help keep the mouth and teeth refreshingly clean. In combination with proper brushing and flossing, it helps eliminate the build-up bacterial biofilm- that slimy film that collects on healthy teeth. Spry doesn't use any artificial sweeteners, fructose or sucrose, and is sweetened only with all-natural xylitol that has clinically proven oral health benefits. Spry Oral Rinse contains Aloe Vera, Chamomile and Echinacea for their soothing properties, and Calcium Glycerophosphate, which aids in the development of stronger teeth. In addition, Spry contains just the right amount of germ killing alcohol that doesn't produce on over-powdering burning sensation found in some mouthwashes.
Rinse full strength for 60 seconds in the morning and at bedtime with one half capful of oral rinse after brushing with Spry Toothpaste. (Not intended to be swallowed.)
Purified water, xylitol, grain alcohol (Ethanol), spearmint flavor (blend of natural flavors), vegetable glycerin (from non-GMO palm fruit), calcium glycerophosphate, aloe barbadensis juice concentrate (aloe vera), calendula officinalis (marigold) flower extract, chamomilla recutita extract, echinacea pupurea extract, olea europea (olive) leaf extract, thymus vulgaris (thyme) extract.
iHerb Customer Reviews
Good stuff that works
Much better at keeping my teeth and mouth clean than other named brands.I like the xylitol's effects. It is a bit too overpowering with the ethanol and I wonder if they could lower the amount w/o compromising the benefits. I find that swishing some before brushing loosens plaque, and then another small swish mixed with water ( to dilute the alcohol and decrease the burning tongue) after brushing, works well.