Oral Hygiene Gum Wipes – Dental Wipes for Baby and Toddler Teeth and Gums

April 24, 2015 - Comment

Oral Hygiene Gum Wipes – Tooth Tissues – Dental Wipes for Baby and Toddler Teeth and Gums (3 Packs of 30 Wipes): YES… baby teeth are important!!! Help the child in your life develop healthy habits that will last a lifetime! Start wiping baby’s gums before teeth have even erupted. Tooth Tissues are disposable textured

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Oral Hygiene Gum Wipes – Tooth Tissues – Dental Wipes for Baby and Toddler Teeth and Gums (3 Packs of 30 Wipes):
YES… baby teeth are important!!!

Help the child in your life develop healthy habits that will last a lifetime! Start wiping baby’s gums before teeth have even erupted.

Tooth Tissues are disposable textured dental wipes specially designed to help remove plaque from your baby and toddler’s teeth and gums. Tooth Tissues are perfect for busy new parents eager to get their child off to a healthy start. Use Tooth Tissues with confidence! They are N.P.A. certified, natural, fluoride-free, paraben-free, and contain xylitol.

Product Features

  • Help your child develop early healthy habits before teeth have even erupted.
  • Certified by the Natural Products Association for being all natural
  • Each wipe is made from 100% bamboo for all-natural hygiene
  • Developed by two dentists for their kids
  • I Parenting Award Winner, a necessity for all parents to care for their baby and toddlers Healthy gums

Comments

Michael Rusnak says:

fresh breath! My little one’s baby breath turned to dragon breath! This was the remedy for us. works like a charm. : )

A. Bowers says:

Spiffies are better It’s more economical, but almost each time I take one out two at a time come out.Also, my son doesn’t like the taste of it. I tried it myself and I agree. Spiffies is a little more expensive, but has flavor and comesin the individual packages. He’s now used to the taste, but I won’t buy them again. I’m going back to the Spiffies.

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