After inquiring, all the packaging information made available was that the “package is made of standard cardboard using up-to-date, standard European equipment for making oral care products.” A press release addressed the package’s design, saying, “The toothbrush package is decorated with three fragments of paintings by Wassily Kandinsky, [a] Russian famous abstract painter. The design of toothpaste Bionica Whitening is made in the best traditions of Japanese art school, implement[ing] the eco-style and point[ing] to the excellent effect of the product.”
Bionica is said to contain 94.2% natural components, “with no fluorine, flavors, colors, or sodium laurel-sulfate. Medical and preventive toothpaste Bionica is recommended for the whole family. Its formulation makes it safe for use by children under 6 years old.” A press release on Bionica touted several medical benefits. It’s uncertain where the product is sold geographically. For more information, visit www.rocs.ru.