Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mints 15g - Case of 12 (Sold in multiple of 12)

Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mints 15g - Case of 12

Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mints 15g - Case of 12 (Sold in multiple of 12)

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Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mints 15g - Case of 12

Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mints have been made with high quality ingredients that are actively good for you. Instead of Sugar or chemical alternatives, each mint features 100% xylitol (a naturally derived ingredient which helps keep teeth healthy) with English Peppermint & Sicilian Lemon.

  • 15g x 12.
  • Vegan.
  • No aspartame.
  • Made in Finland.
  • Sugar free mints.
  • Each pocket pack contains approximately 25 mints.
  • Flavoured with real Sicilian lemons & English peppermint from Hampshire.
  • Presented in fully recyclable cardboard boxes made from Forest Stewardship Counsel Approved card.

Also available in peppermint flavour:

Peppersmith Peppermint Xylitol Mints 15g - Case of 12.

How is xylitol good for teeth?

Tooth decay starts with harmful bacteria in the mouth. Sugary foods give these bacteria energy to multiply and produce acids that dissolve the enamel of the tooth and cause decay. Xylitol has the opposite effect, inhibiting their growth, killing the bacteria (they can fall by as much as 90%) and preventing acid attacks. Xylitol also reduces the bacteria’s ability to stick to your teeth so plaque is easier to remove.

What is xylitol?

Xylitol is a sweetener found naturally in trees and plants. The best source is birch and beech trees. It was first discovered in Finland during the early 20th Century when cane sugar was hard to come by, and the dental benefits of this magic ingredient only came to light many years later. Despite xylitol tasting the same as sugar, it’s low calorie and has a low GI of 7, making it great for diabetics as it won’t spike insulin levels.

If xylitol is so great, why haven't I seen it in the UK?

Xylitol is massively popular in other countries, particularly in Scandinavia and Japan where they have a more progressive approach to dental care. Unfortunately, the UK is a bit behind at present, with most manufacturers still preferring to use ingredients like sugar, sorbitol or aspartame as they are much cheaper. In fact, over 80% of mints consumed in Great Britain are made of sugar which is strange really when you consider that they just create more bacteria in your mouth and damage your teeth.

How much xylitol do Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mints contain?

Each Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mint contains just over 0.55g (13.8g per pack) so you would need to have about nine mints per day to get the full benefits.

Directions of Use

Consume approximately 9 Peppersmith Lemon Xylitol Mints per day to get the full benefits.



Xylitol* (Sweetener), Gum Arabic (Thickener), Calcium Stearate? (Anti Caking Agent), Lemon Oil, Peppermint Oil, Carnauba Wax (Glazing Agent), *From Trees & Plants,

? = From Vegetable Sources.


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