People who suffer from tooth decay are more likely to develop tooth pain, plaque, and other conditions associated with plaque.
However, these symptoms aren’t likely to be apparent to people who are otherwise healthy.
In a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE, researchers from the University of Oxford and the University Hospital of Cologne (UH) examined the effects of two different types of whitening treatments, Nivea Niveal Whitening deoderant (NND) and Episteme Deodorant (ED).
Nivea was first developed in 2008 as an anti-pandemic toothpaste by the German-owned company, NMD.
However in 2016, the company introduced NND, a highly concentrated version of NMD that was also marketed as an acne and whitening cream.
The NNL is currently sold by Nordstrom and Nordstrom UK.
Nude skin care products are not recommended for people with toothache or other conditions due to their potential for acne and other health risks.
The company says that NNDs are a safe and effective treatment for plaque and tooth decay.NNDs can be used as a moisturizer and anti-inflammatory, or as a topical toothpaste.
Niveas whitening gel has a pH balance of 3.5, which is the same as other NNMs, which also include NNUs Nivee toothpaste and NNU toothpaste (both of which are marketed as whitening creams).
The gel has no fragrance and is gentle enough to treat both dry and oily areas of the mouth.
The researchers say the gel can also be used in the shower as a facial wash and to whiten teeth.
It has a concentration of 2% to 3% that is comparable to toothpaste or deodorants, which are more concentrated.
It also contains the usual ingredients for a whitening solution, including sodium chloride, magnesium stearate, sodium hyaluronate, zinc oxide, and zinc oxide oxide, which have been shown to have antibacterial and antioxidant properties.
“The gel contains ingredients that can be taken by mouth to remove plaque, such as the sodium chloride and hyaluronic acid,” the study’s lead author, Joanna H. O’Brien, said in a press release.
“However, it also contains ingredients for an exfoliating solution which helps to remove excess water and debris from the surface of the teeth.
NNIs whitening solutions are suitable for topical applications as well.”
In comparison, the cream, the researchers said, had a pH level of 4.2 and a concentration that was “significantly higher” than NNNMs.NIVEA NIVEAL WHITENING DEODORANT “The NNDI is a highly purified product that is capable of delivering a pH of 4,500 to 4,700,” Dr. Michael S. Riggs, the study leader, told CNBC.
“It contains a significant concentration of sodium hydroxide, which can be absorbed in the oral mucosa, which prevents it from drying out.”
The researchers also found that the gel contained the same amount of hyalura as NNAs, but with a slightly higher concentration of zinc oxide.
It is unclear if this could be due to the addition of zinc oxides or the presence of other mineral salts.
“While the NNDA is a relatively pure product, its pH and concentration of minerals can be higher than those of the NNI,” Dr Riggs said.
“Therefore, the formulation may be less suitable for use in people with plaque.”
The study’s findings were published in PLOS One, the journal of the PLOS Research Group.
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