Oral care continues to move up in the increasingly polished world of consumers' health and beauty regimens with new products that go far beyond the basics. Formulations aimed at more and better benefits promise increased dollar sales as consumers abandon simple brushing habits and adopt a more sophisticated approach, retailers told SN. "The expansion of premium products and the continued demand for beauty and health integration is making oral care part of consumers' cosmetic and ...

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