What does it mean when the Anbesol gel turns white in your mouth after applying to sore area?
Question posted by Jrod1988 on 7 May 2017
Last updated on 25 November 2022 (1 day 7 hours ago) by Alph4bet5oup
It has an ingredient that, once exposed to air or water, once it dries basocally..it kind will turn to a gummy paste. You'll see if you put some on your finger and wipe with a napkin, there will be sticky residue. This helps it stick to your teeth and other areas of application
I was wondering the same thing. I have been using a liquid generic Anbesol and when I pull the applicator out of my mouth after rubbing it on my gums it is chalky white, almost hardened. I didn't know if it was a reaction caused by oxygen or perhaps because it may be expired. Sometimes if I spit afterwards small "chunks" of white are present. I will be watching for an answer as well.. thanks for the question!
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