XyliMelts is the best solution for Dry Mouth (xerostomia). Increasing saliva, XyliMelts also moisturizes the mouth and coats it in a soothing oral lubricant to keep your mouth comfortable for hours. Adhering disc technology means you can even use XyliMelts while you sleep, when Dry Mouth is at its worst. XyliMelts also contain xylitol to freshen breath and reduce the risk of tooth decay. Lasts for hours. Increases saliva flow. Can be used while sleeping. Moisturizes and coats the mouth for optimal comfort. Mild mint flavor freshens breath and increases saliva. Also available in Mint-Free. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Stays put in your mouth
- Slow release means longer lasting relief
- Neutralizes Acids and Gluten Free
Xylitol 1 g, Vegetable Gum, Cellulose Gum, Mild Natural Mint, Calcium Carbonate, Stearate of Magnesium.
Before bedtime: Use two (2) discs, placing one on each side of the mouth. Everyday use: For dry mouth, use more as needed throughout the day.
Can be comfortably used at night while sleeping.
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