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Ashland's new saffragyl biofunctional is a cosmetic solution for gum care
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The ‘beautification’ of the oral care market is a continuing trend, spurred by the likes of vVardis and Moon. But what about the gums specifically?
New from Ashland is saffragyl biofunctional, described as a cosmetic solution for gum care that turns oral health into a ‘daily beauty regimen’.
The 100% natural extract comes from upcycled saffron flowers to help prevent early gum problems and strengthen sensitive and irritated gums.
One keystone bucco-dental bacteria, called Porphyrhomonas gingivalis (P. gingivalis), produces a toxic enzyme called the gingipain; this toxin is responsible for gingival inflammation, gum tissue degradation and biofilm formation among other serious health disorders.
Ahsland specifically developed its new ingredient to neutralise the gingipain toxin.
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