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TOOTH ENAMEL
Tooth Enamel

Grimas Tooth Enamel is an alcohol-based varnish that can be used to colour teeth. The varnish comes in a 10 ml bottle with an applicator brush.

Click 'Colours, Sizes, Ingredients' for the list of ingredients used.

SAFETY INFORMATION


10 ml

Packaging:Colour: transparent (cap with brush)
Content: 10 ml
Appearance:Liquid in various colours.
Ingredients:See label and composition.
Toxicology:Assessed against the Cosmetics Regulation (1223/2009/EC).
Contains Isopropyl alcohol, known to be toxic and harmful to the unborn baby.
Improper use:Do not use on artificial teeth.
Keep out of reach of children.
Bacteriology:Contains less than 50 CFUs/g of bacteria, yeasts and moulds. Pathogens: not present.
Work hygienically.
Dermatology:See dermatological declaration.
Use on children:Can be used for children.
Around the eyes:Do not use near the eyes.
On the mucous membranes:May be used on the mucous membranes.
Make-up in the eyes:Irritating to the eyes. Rinse at length with water and consult an ophthalmologist.
Durability:See label with symbols:
= period-after-opening
= date of minimum durability
Storage:Close packaging properly. Store in a dry, dark place.
Isopropyl alcohol is a fire hazard. Do not use near open flame.
Dermatological declaration

In the dermatological declaration one can read the following:
The products have been dermatologically tested for 24, 48 and 72 hours on 30 persons with healthy skin. No irritation occurred.

Safety declaration

Has been evaluated at:
The toxicity profile of the ingredients used, taking account of any contaminants present.
Interactions between the various raw materials.
Quantities of weight and volume the consumer is exposed to.
Foreseeable improper use by the consumer-group.

Procedure
Dry the teeth with a tissue. Shake the bottle well before use. Apply Tooth Enamel with the brush and allow to dry for a few seconds. Do not use Tooth Enamel on dentures and teeth with fillings. A porous surface will make Tooth Enamel difficult to remove.

Removal
You can remove the tooth enamel with a tissue soaked in an alcoholic liquid. Colour residues on or between the teeth can easily be removed with a toothbrush and toothpaste.