Posted January 29, 2019 09:22:15A new way to get out of the awful smell of chewing gum may soon be on the market.
According to a new report, an Australian cosmetics company is developing a product that uses natural materials to make a “clean” version of the product that can be used without the unpleasant smell.
The company, which is also developing a toothpaste that is made of organic materials, hopes to launch its product in the US and Europe in the coming months.
“We believe that our toothpaste can be an alternative to the toxic chemicals found in chewing gum,” co-founder Chris Mancini told Business Insider.
He said the idea was inspired by the “cleaner” taste of chewing tobacco.
“If you’re used to chewing tobacco, the smell is still there, but it’s not bad.
And it’s cleaner,” he said.”
What we are trying to do is make a cleaner product that is not harmful.”
What’s in a mouth?
In order to create a cleaner version of gum, the team developed a process that removes all of the bad chemicals that make gum so bad.
“Our process is to get a toothbrush that is specifically designed to remove the toxic chemical in gum,” Mr Mancinis said.
The team has also developed a product with a pH rating that’s “more neutral” than the average toothbrush.
“The acidity of the toothpaste will make it less sticky than the gum, which means that it can be more comfortable to use,” he explained.
The products, called BioBits, are intended for people who have difficulty with gum.
“They are a completely natural product that doesn’t have any artificial ingredients,” Mr Gino said.
He added that the company hopes the toothbrush will be used for brushing and flossing as well as cleaning teeth.
“It’s meant to be a natural alternative to chewing gum, it’s meant for everyday use, and you can take it for granted,” Mr Fagan said.
Mr Gino hopes to roll out the toothpastes in the next few months, with the company working with toothpastors in the Philippines, Malaysia and Australia.
“Right now we have about 20 customers that are using them, so that’s quite a number,” Mr Pascu said.