Boots Expert Extra Strong Flossers

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Product description

To maintain healthy teeth and hums, it is important to keep your teeth as clean as possible. When using a regular toothbrush, it can be difficult to clean in between teeth. These flossers are made with two lines of extra strong floss, which work together to help lift food particles from between the teeth and below the gum line, for a whiter smile. With a fold away toothpick, these flossers have been specially designed to allow easy access to those hard to reach places.

How to Use

Guide the flosser between your teeth. Using a gentle sawing motion , run carefully up and down. Gently use the pick to remove stubborn debris. Dispose of each flosser responsibly after use.

Don't forget to visit your dentist every six months.

Hazards and Cautions

keep out of the reach of children. It is common for your gums to bleed when your first start to use floss. If it continues you may have early signs of gum disease and should consult your dentist.


PEG-75, Aroma (flavour), menthol, Silica, Sucralose

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Boots Expert Extra Strong Flossers


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£3.00 or 300 points

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