Secure Sensitive Waterproof Denture Adhesive

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Secure Sensitive Waterproof Denture Adhesive gives you 12-hour holding power. Secure Sensitive Waterproof Denture Adhesive combats the problems of gum irritation often caused by ill-fitting dentures. Secure Sensitive Waterproof Denture Adhesive effectively eliminates slip and slide, preventing dentures from rubbing against the gum. In addition, Secure Sensitive Waterproof Denture Adhesive contains soothing Aloe Vera and Myrrh. Secure Sensitive Waterproof Denture Adhesive is waterproof and won't wash away. Secure Sensitive Waterproof Denture Adhesive gives you extra comfort and extra confidence to eat, drink and smile.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Best Way to Apply SecureThe key to success is applying the Secure to a dry mouth and denture and then finding the amount that is perfect for you. The holding time is dependent on the amount of saliva in your mouth and the amount of Secure you use. To maximize your hold be sure your dentures and your mouth are completely clean and dry before using Secure. Warm the tube in your hands before using Secure; and squeeze the tube gently. Use a small amount of Secure first time. If the hold is not long enough add a little more the next time. If the hold is too long; use a little less next time. Apply Secure to your dentures either in a series of dots or by applying a thin coat on the surface of your denture. Be sure that the area you apply the Secure is going to come in contact with your gums. Do not apply Secure too close to the edge of your dentures because it will just be pushed out when you put the denture in your mouth. Be sure to bite firmly when you place the denture in your mouth to ensure a tight hold. To Keep the nozzle from clogging; cap tightly after each use.Best Way to Clean Secure Off Your DenturesSecure's consumers have found that a variety of methods can be used to clean Secure from their dentures. Keep in mind that Secure is non-water soluble, so water simply changes the consistency of Secure. Cold water firms the Secure. Warm water makes the Secure soft and gooey. Cold water allows you to pull it out. Warm water will allow you to wipe it out. Secure Cleansing Tabs are perfectly formulated with a PH of 9 to provide the best clean up of dentures If you don’t use Secure Cleansing Tabs, look for cleanser with a PH of 9. If you do not have cleansing tabs available, you can use 90% Isopropyl rubbing alcohol on a cotton swap and then rinse your dentures. This will help to remove residual left behind in lieu of cleansing tabs. Some consumers have found that they get Secure stuck to their gums or pallet after removing their dentures. This can be easily removed with your toothbrush or clean finger.

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Probiotics

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2.6 billion organisms per day for infants2 stars[2 stars]
Probiotics such as Lactobacillus GG may improve digestion in people with food allergies, helping the intestinal tract control allergen absorption and changing immune system responses to foods.
Thymus Extracts
120 mg per day of thymomodulin2 stars[2 stars]
Thymomodulin, a special preparation of the thymus gland of calves, has been shown to prevent allergic reactions to food in a double-blind study of allergic children.
Betaine Hydrochloride

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Refer to label instructions 1 star[1 star]
Hydrochloric acid secreted by the stomach helps to digest protein, and may theoretically help break down food allergens to smaller molecules that are not allergenic.
Digestive Enzymes

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Refer to label instructions 1 star[1 star]
Proteolytic enzymes may theoretically reduce allergy symptoms by breaking down undigested protein to sizes that are too small to cause allergic reactions.
Flavonoids
Refer to label instructions 1 star[1 star]
Test tube and animal studies have found some effects from natural antihistamines such as flavonoids, though no clinical research has shown whether these substances can specifically reduce allergic reactions.
Quercetin
Refer to label instructions 1 star[1 star]
Test tube and animal studies have found some effects from natural antihistamines such as the flavonoid quercetin, though no clinical research has shown whether these substances can specifically reduce allergic reactions.

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Some non-allergic types of sensitivity are called intolerances and may be caused by toxins, enzyme inadequacies, drug-like chemical reactions, psychological associations, and other mechanisms.1 Examples of well-understood intolerances are lactose intolerance and phenylketonuria. Environmental sensitivity or intolerance are terms sometimes used for reactions to chemicals found either indoors or outdoors in food, water, medications, cosmetics, perfumes, textiles, building materials, and plastics. Detecting allergies and other sensitivities and then eliminating or reducing exposure to the sources is often a time-consuming and challenging task that is difficult to undertake without the assistance of an expert.

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