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ALIBI Pocket TABLETS SUCKING A 12 absorbs and neutralizes malodorous volatile compounds responsible for bad breath.

Cleans and freshens breath permanently. Oromucosal use. 4 to 6 tablets per day (after meals and during the day)

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    ALIBI Pocket lozenge

    Application areas: nutrition products - Bad Breath
    The exclusive formula with green tea extract and essential oil of parsley, lozenges ALIBI Pocket® capture, absorb and neutralize malodorous volatile compounds and sustainably freshen breath.

    Properties ALIBI Pocket lozenges

    Absorbs and neutralizes malodorous volatile compounds responsible for bad breath.

    Cleans and freshens breath permanently.

    Using ALIBI Pocket lozenges Bad Breath

    • Oral hygiene.

    • breath sanitation.

    • Strong breath

    Instructions for ALIBI Pocket lozenges

    mouth. 4-6 tablets a day (after meals and throughout the day). Suck slowly ALIBI Pocket tablets without chewing.

    Can be taken in pregnant women. From 10 years.

    Composition of pellets ALIBI Pocket

    Oil of parsley and dry natural green tea extract. Patented formula.

    By pellet: Isomalt, green tea extract (20 mg), flavor, sweetener, acesulfame potassium, essential oil of parsley (1 mg), acid (citric acid), coloring E   141. Gluten.

    Forms, Presentations

    Lozenge sugarless sweetener with Bad Breath (green):

    Box of 12 (ACL 6010821).


    Learn more about the effectiveness of lozenges ALIBI Pocket

    ALIBI Pocket® showed interest. After 7 days of taking ALIBI Pocket® pellets, 90% of consumers have noticed an improvement in their daily lives and 83% noted improved ease during cultural and social activities (1).
    (1) - Taieb et al. "Impact of the treatment of subjects with ALIBI Pocket® Suffering from alitosis. "
    ISBOR 8th bi-annual International meeting; April 2009; Dormund-Germany

    Halitosis, what are the causes?

    Halitosis, more commonly known as bad breath is a common inconvenience, often lived shamefully.
    Patients suffering from bad breath, clinically identified by a halimeter generally have bleeding gums in the survey, a coated tongue of a bacterial film and a dry mouth.

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