Probiotics… fight bacteria not just in the gut!

probiotic oral health care

Australia’s first to market probiotic oral health care range!

Henry Blooms is pleased to unveil their new Oral Health Range, featuring the first to market probiotic toothpaste and mouthwash to provide antibacterial activity for long-term oral health.

Naturopath of Henry Blooms, Emily Macgregor, says, “Lactobacillus Paracasei GMNL-33 may sound complex but its effect is refreshingly simple. This probiotic strain in our new Oral Health range works to harmonise the microflora in your mouth, the same way other probiotics harmonise your gut. This creates the optimal oral environment for your mouth, with added bacteria-fighting benefits, leaving you feeling fresh and protected for the day… and who wouldn’t want that?”

probiotic oral health care

Henry Blooms has had a continued focus on health and wellbeing over the years, with their scientifically-backed products becoming a staple in every household. Having pioneered the probiotic yoghurt culture in Australia, Henry Blooms’ legacy is still evident by paving the way with the first probiotic oral health care range, made with probiotics, Clove Oil and Peppermint to enhance its bad-bacteria fighting actions and provide top-of-the-line oral care.

Henry Blooms’ Oral Health range is free from:

  • Fluoride
  • Sulphates
  • Aluminium
  • Parabens
  • Titanium dioxide
  • Lactose
  • Peroxide
  • Added sugars

The new range includes:

Probiotic Toothpaste | 100g | RRP $10.99

An everyday essential, but new and improved! This innovative and effective toothpaste is formulated with probiotics and Xylitol which work to prevent the build-up of plaque, tooth decay and harmful bacteria in the mouth. Made with Peppermint and Aloe Vera for fresh breath and glistening teeth!

Probiotic Mouthwash | 375m | RRP $10.99

This probiotic mouthwash is formulated to support healthy oral microflora and fight bad breath with powerful peppermint and spearmint oil. It targets nasty bacteria whilst boosting good bacteria essential for a healthy and fresh mouth.

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