Sensory Essentials - Starter Kit

Sensory Essentials - Starter Kit

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Try our best-selling products for adults and children with sensory issues who struggle with personal hygiene. Perfect to try out our products.

Includes full-sized products: 

  • Waterless Shampoo 60ml
  • oraNurse® 4 + Unflavoured Toothpaste 50ml

If you or your child dislike having their hair washed or cleaning their teeth, our Waterless Shampoo and oraNurse's Unflavoured Non-Foaming Toothpaste makes personal hygiene a stress-free part of daily living for child and adults with sensory issues.

Waterless Shampoo

Our high-quality formulation cleans away dirt, oil, and perspiration without the need for water, to leave hair fresh and clean.

  • Hygienic and clean smell.
  • Dermatologically tested.
  • Suitable for children.
  • No sticky residue.
  • With Aloe Vera and Wheat Protein - conditioning agent.

How to use: Simply apply and massage the liquid foam into hair and scalp. Comb through and towel dry.  Hair can then be styled as usual. 

How it works: When the product is massaged into the hair and scalp the surfactant cleansers work to release oil, dirt, and perspiration. The action of towel drying and combing the hair following application removes the product and any dirt, oil or grease from the hair.  

Unflavoured Toothpaste

oraNurse® is an unflavoured toothpaste specially formulated for people sensitive to strong flavours. It has the daily recommended fluoride and is SLS free (non-foaming).

oraNurse® unflavoured toothpaste was initially developed in a response to the need of autistic children who have a problem with taste, even to the extent of not liking the taste of water. This has resulted in the development of a toothpaste with no sodium lauryl sulphate (foaming agent) or flavourings but still with the protection of 1450ppm fluoride for children aged 4 years plus. 

Also suitable for:

  • People who simply don’t like the taste of mint.
  • Adults and children with learning disabilities where they perceive mint to have a ‘hot’ or ‘burning’ sensation.
  • People with Asperger's syndrome.
  • People with Autism.