Unitein is a 100% natural bioactive substance proven to restore damaged cells at a 37% DNA restoration rate at full concentration and 14% DNA restoration rate with a 1000 times diluted solution (see graphic above). Unitein is made by fermenting three unique ingredients together, each with its own powerful health benefits.
Unitein is an ingredient developed with exclusive patented technology, which can effectively repair gum cells, resist gum atrophy, strengthen gums, and achieve the purpose of “preserving the original tooth mode”. Its patents include a red ginseng bacillus patent (10-0714408), bacillus orthodox red ginseng patent (10-1070088), and new protein patent with an anti-disease effect (10-1144471). The DNA repair rate of cells damaged by persistent diseases is as high as 37%. The experimental results have been broadcast on MBC and SBS, the mainstream media in South Korea. In 2017, Unitein Toothpaste won the KIWIE Female Inventor Gold Award. This product is a functional scientific research product that has attracted attention in South Korea in recent years.
- Red Ginseng Bacillus patent (10-0714408).
- Bacillus orthodox red ginseng patent (10-1070088).
- Anti-disease effect new protein patent (10-1144471).
- KIWIE Women Inventors Gold Award 2017.
Unitein Toothpaste combines modern science and technology with two ancient ingredients—frankincense and myrrh. Frankincense has been used in oral care since ancient times; myrrh was called a mysterious medicine in ancient Western medicine, and it was used as a traditional Chinese medicine in Eastern Chinese medicine. use. Unitein toothpaste is added with high-quality frankincense sap imported from Greece, which has remarkable antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, and also has natural antiseptic effects; while myrrh has antibacterial, immune-boosting, and blood-purifying effects. According to the records of the Bible-Old Testament, when Jesus was born, the oriental doctors offered frankincense, myrrh, and gold as congratulatory gifts, so frankincense, myrrh, and gold were equally precious tributes in ancient times.