Clean up your kisser!
Whether you've been caught with severe coffee breath in a morning meeting, not-so-fresh mouth after a cross country flight, or a purple smile from your favourite glass, less than perfect pearly whites aren't anyone's cup of tea.
One swipe of a Pearly Wipe will clean, freshen and protect your teeth, lips and tongue from coffee and tea stains, sticky margarita residue, acidic wine damage, and even from smoking discolouration.
Baking soda gives off free radicals which penetrate the surface of the tooth's enamel and make stain molecules clear. It also neutralises acids that can corrode enamel.
Often referred to as the "polite teeth cleanser," salt is a natural cleanser and antiseptic, helping remove stains and alkalinise the mouth to fight germs.
A real germ slayer, a small amount is included in the formula to help kill bacteria and viruses in your mouth. Peroxide also imparts a mild bleaching action, but not enough to strip enamel or whiten.
Known for strengthening teeth, calcium will adhere to teeth enamel and can help with re-mineralisation.
To protect from further stain, glycerin will coat teeth to keep your smile bright and white even through your second – or third – glass of red.
A natural antiseptic, this minty-fresh ingredient not only removes bad breath, but also keeps teeth and gums germ-free. As an added bonus, peppermint oil can naturally relieve toothaches, stress, headaches, and indigestion.
Available in a convenient 20-wipe compact complete with mirror, Pearly Wipes fit into your pocket or purse and can be used after any offending beverage – coffee, tea, soda, fruit juice, red and white wine – as well as a minty treat after a meal when no toothbrush is in sight.
Pearly Wipes are not tested on animals.
Water (Aqua), Sorbitol, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Juice, Natural Flavour, Citric Acid, Hydrogen Peroxide, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate, Glycerin, Polysorbate 80, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Disodium EDTA, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.