BAMBOO SALT Eunganggo Jook Yeom Toothpaste
Dosage form: paste
Ingredients: SILICON DIOXIDE 20g in 100g, SODIUM FLUORIDE 0.22g in 100g, AMINOCAPROIC ACID 0.05g in 100g, GLYCYRRHIZINATE DIPOTASSIUM 0.04g in 100g, URSODIOL 0.02g in 100g, Curcuma xanthorrhiza oil 0.025g in 100g, SEA SALT 3g in 100g
Labeler: LG Household and Healthcare, Inc.
NDC Code: 53208-459
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SILICON DIOXIDE 20 %
SODIUM FLUORIDE 0.22 %
AMINOCAPROIC ACID 0.05 %
GLYCYRRHIZINATE DIPOTASSIUM 0.04 %
URSODIOL 0.02 %
SEA SALT 3 %
Direction: Suggested brushing your teeth with proper amount for at least two times per day or following dentist / doctor's instruction.
Children between two to six should use about two to six should use about a size of a pea and should be supervised by adults while using.
This product is for brushing teeth only and uneatable. If a rash occurs, stop using this product and consult a doctor or dentist.
If it comes in contact with eyes, cleanse off immediately and consult a doctor. Store this product away from children and supervise them while using.
|BAMBOO SALT EUNGANGGO JOOK YEOM TOOTHPASTE
silicon dioxide , sodium fluoride, aminocaproic acid, glycyrrhizinate dipotassium, curcuma xanthorrhiza oil, sea salt paste
|Labeler - LG Household and Healthcare, Inc. (688276187)|
|Registrant - LG Household and Healthcare, Inc. (688276187)|
|LG Household and Healthcare, Inc.||688276187||manufacture|
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