For the longest time I have had issues with bleeding gums and no matter what toothpaste, brushes or mouth washes I tried nothing has worked to ease it.
I was introduced to Gengigel which is a range of unique, patented and naturally active products suitable for most common oral conditions including bleeding gums, ulcers, inflammation and rubbing caused by braces. Having thought there was nothing like this other than the well known baby version which I always have in for the girls it was great to find something that is targeting the issues I suffer from.
Used 3-4 times daily and applied with either finger or cotton bud I found that things started to look a little better within just one week. It is suitable for adults and children over the age of 3 so perfect for all of us here. The girls seem to suffer from ulcers now and again which I have been told is common when baby teeth are being replaced with adult ones.
The treatment should be used approximately 30 minutes before eating as that way it helps maximise comfort when chewing food etc. My teeth are super sensitive too and I have noticed they aren’t as bad as they use to be, this could be down to my gum problems starting to be sorted.
Experts estimate that 95% of adults in the UK suffer from some form of gum disease, 10% of which have serious, long term implications.
Gengigels main ingredient is Hyaluronic acid which is a substance produced by the body to heal and repair itself. This makes it the perfect solution to helping with recovery after mouth surgery or dental procedures. The range is available to buy in Boots, Tesco and selected pharmacies/dental practices. There is a page on the website to search for your nearest stockist.
Available as a spray, mouth rinse, oral gel or oral fluid. Gengigel is available online at Boots, Superdrug, Lloyds Pharmacy and Amazon.
I was provided with samples for the purpose of this review, all views and opinions are my own and genuine.
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