Xlear, SparX Candy, with 100% Xylitol, Citrus, 30 g
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- Fine and Dandy Candy
Sweetened with 100% xylitol, SparX are delicious, colorful, and good for your teeth. Not only are these candies rich in xylitol, but also in healthy calcium. Citrus SparX contain lemon, lime, orange, and tangerine-flavored hard candies.
Xylitol, gum arabic, natural flavors (lime, orange, tangerine), calcium glycerophosphate, magnesium stearate, beeswax, natural colors.
100% Xylitol and tasty little citrus candies. Great for kids, as Xylitol helps against teeth decay, and ear infections. Give these after meals. We are surely going to taste other flavors too from Xlear Inc. Package was bit too hard to open (or maybe just my luck). That little plastic opener cut in half, and I had to use a kitchen knife to open this little candy box. I wouldn't mind if these candies would come in larger packages. Price was fairly cheap. :)
Posted by 5568995730823917185 on Dec 16, 2016
Tasty in a subtle way. Re-ordered, and will do so in the future.
Posted by 4703709343530828177 on Dec 01, 2016
I use it when I am at work or on the go, after eating so that I have a nice fresh sweet taste and it protects my teeth from cavity. As with any xylitol product use in moderation to avoid tummy problems.
not good for teeth due to acidity
Posted by UrbanLotusNL on Nov 15, 2016
These taste great (similar to orange tictacs) and are supposed to be good for teeth due to the xylitol in it. So I happily ate them myself and gave them to my daughter who suffers from decay, as xylitol has helped her decay halt. Until I figured, isn't citrus super acidic? Aren't 'natural citrus flavors' then also acidic? So I dissolved one candy in a bit of water and lo and behold, a ph of less than 3. So take these because they freshen your breath or are a better alternative to sugar, but not as part of a xylitol regime to improve your teeth and mouth flora. We are sticking to just xylitol crystals dissolved in water for that purpose.
Posted by 5329897133182490427 on Jun 14, 2016
Hated the flavour. Threw them in the bin.