Tea Tree Oil Dental Picks by Desert Essence
Desert Essence's Tea Tree Oil Dental Picks are flavored with 100% Tea Tree Oil, a pure essential oil from Australia, as well as Menthol, Cassia (Cinnamon) Oil, Peppermint Oil, Spearmint Oil, and Sweet Oil of Fennel. Use after meals to remove food particles from between teeth and gums for all day fresh breath. Use with Desert Essence Tea Tree Toothpaste, Mouthwash, and Dental Floss for best results.
Moisten Dental Pic in mouth, place between teeth with base of pointed end next to gum. Use gentle in and out motion. Do not force into tight spaces between teeth.
About Desert Essence
Desert Essence, the first brand to introduce Tea Tree Oil to the United States, continues to be a leader in the health and beauty industry. Its clinically proven Age Reversal® skin care products are the first natural alternative to cosmetic injection treatments for visibly reducing wrinkles. Today, Desert Essence has expanded to include a complete line of innovative personal care, spa and active sport products which are sold in health food stores, specialty retailers, drug chains and groceries throughout the United States, Canada and parts of Europe. The Desert Essence mission is to deliver quality, natural-based products that improve the lifestyles of today's most health-conscious consumer. Desert Essence is part of the Country Life family of brands, a leader in the nutritional supp
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These are very minty and great after a meal for a breath freshener. If you hold them between your teeth long enough you can gently bite down on them which releases more of the tea tree oil. I like it but then I am partial to tea tree.