Complete tooth care

Produced by the Japanese company Socialtech Co, Ltd, the multifunctional toothpaste "Bresmile Toothpaste" purifies and refreshes the mouth when used on a daily basis, an effect that it achieves as part of a multidirectional approach, according to the experts’ findings.

Consequent to scientific analysis, the experts concluded that the choice of active ingredients of natural origin used in the toothpaste is relevant, varied and original for the prevention, alleviation and treatment of several oral pathologies ranging from periodontitis to alitosis and gingivitis, all while contributing to the whitening of the teeth at the same time.

“Bresmile Toothpaste” contains five different types of active ingredients, each of them contributing to oral hygiene and care. As such, it is an all-round dental care product that can make teeth look brighter – and in particular combat discolouration caused by smoking – while simultaneously preventing bad breath by reducing the incidence of tartar.

Moreover, it is also effective in preventing tooth loosening and in combating a whole range of dental disorders.

As for the composition of Bresmile Toothpaste, it is free of mineral oils, parabens, petrochemical-based surfactants, silicone, ultraviolet absorbers and bleaching agents.

Instead, it contains a dozen additional ingredients, all of which contribute to the success of this formula each in their own way. Among these ingredients are found such things as hop extract, oolong tea extract, rosemary extract, chameleon plant extract, sodium hyaluronate and natural vitamin E.

Bresmile Toothpaste can therefore rightfully be considered an innovative and effective product, which naturally led the Monde Selection experts to award it the Grand Gold award as well as this nomination for the Jury Prize.

"Each year, one product per category is awarded the Prize of the Jury as a token of excellence in know-how and quality. In order to qualify, the product must be unanimously selected as a “coup de cœur” by the jury members. The winner of the Prize of the Jury is then selected from a group of just 5 nominees, which makes this award an even greater honour for the recipient."

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