REGENERATE™ Enamel Science introduces REGENERATE™ Hypersensitivity Toothpaste , its first breakthrough medical device toothpaste to revolutionize the world of sensitivity with a unique intensive care proposition, where science and beauty unite.
The REGENERATE™ Hypersensitivity Toothpaste is clinically proven to treat hypersensitivity. At each use, the NR-5+ intensive care formula forms a fresh supply of enamel minerals that wrap and integrate onto teeth, activating a cycle of enamel regeneration* to deeply rescue the exposed hypersensitive areas. Pain signals stop. Hypersensitivity is treated.
*Acts on early invisible stages of enamel damage by restoring its mineral content and micro hardness with regular use. Clinically proven.
Ingredients: Glycerin, Calcium Silicate, PEG-8, Hydrated Silica, Trisodium Phosphate, Sodium Phosphate, Aqua, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, PEG-60, Sodium Monofluorophosphate, Aroma, Sodium Saccharin, Polyacrylic Acid, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Tin Oxide, Limonene, CI 77891.
Contains: Sodium Monofluorophosphate (1450 ppm fluoride) and Limonene
Manufacturer: Unilever Europe B.V., Weena 455, Rotterdam, 3013 Al, NL
REGENERATE ™ Hypersensitivity Toothpaste is proven to effectively treat hypersensitivity pain in a study conducted in collaboration with a leading UK university.
The result of a global scientific endeavour, the patented NR-5+ ™ technology intensive care formula forms a fresh supply of enamel mineral that wrap and integrate onto teeth activating a cycle of regeneration* to deeply rescue the exposed hypersensitive areas.
To formulate and stabilise the high concentration of our breakthrough NR-5+™ technology in REGENERATE Enamel Science Advanced Toothpaste the formulation has no added water and a dense texture. This gives the product a unique feel and can lead to experiencing an unusual warming sensation while brushing, which is nothing to be worried about. In case of persistent discomfort or pain please stop using the product, report it through the careline and consult your dentist as this can be the sign of an underlying oral health problem.