Copy of Chlorodont toothpaste. The toothpaste was produced from 1917 by company Leowerken. In 1924, Chlorodont was the leading brand in the European market. The toothpaste was also produced by World War II until the early 1980s. The lost rights to the brand Chlorodont tries the company Dental Cosmetics GmbH & Co. KG...
The name Chlorodont comes from the developer Ottomar Heinsius and is derived from the words chloros (Greek "green") as a symbol of freshness (and the peppermint flavor) and odon (Greek "tooth").
Chlorodont consisted of pumice powder, calcium carbonate, soap, glycerine, potassium chlorate and was flavored with peppermint.
By purchasing this product, you get a tube of mint-flavored toothpaste (standard factory production), packaged in a cardboard box with a paper booklet inside. The paste can be used for its intended purpose! The toothbrush in the photo is shown for illustration only and is not included in the kit, it can be purchased from us separately.
Historical background taken from de.wikipedia.org