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ERISA Ltd. and HANIC White Lab Co., Ltd. Join Forces to Improve Oral Health for Infants in Bangladesh

Erisa Ltd. has reimited ly signed an agreement with HANIC White Lab Co., Ltd., a Japanese company that specializes in tooth cosmetics and oral care products, to manufacture baby toothpaste in Bangladesh. Hanic White Lab Co., Ltd. has a long history of developing innovative oral care products.

The company was founded in 1947 and, in 1964, developed and sold the world's first tooth polish, a cosmetic product for teeth. They have been selling a dedicated toothpaste for removing dirt called HANIC Clean Cream Hard for over half a century. In 2020, after 20 years of joint research with a university, they developed the world's first dental film agent called Shimac. Hanic White Lab Co., Ltd. also has products such as oral care paper toothbrushes that do not require water, which are useful during disasters, camping, and caregiving.

The partnership between Erisa Limited and Hanic White Lab Co., Ltd is expected to result in the development of high-quality and innovative oral care products that are tailored to meet the specific needs of the Bangladeshi population. Secondly, the introduction of baby toothpaste in Bangladesh will promote good oral hygiene practices among children from an early age. This is important because early childhood is a critical period for the development of healthy teeth and gums. By providing a dedicated toothpaste for babies, parents in Bangladesh will be able to start promoting good oral hygiene practices in their children from an early age, which can help prevent tooth decay and other oral health problems later in life.

Finally, the partnership between Erisa Ltd and Hanic Co, Ltd is also expected to have positive economic benefits. The manufacture of the baby toothpaste in Bangladesh will create jobs and contribute to the growth of the local economy. It will also increase access to affordable and high-quality oral care products for the people of Bangladesh, which is particularly important in a country where access to healthcare is often limited.

Overall, the collaboration has the potential to improve the overall oral health of the population, promote good oral hygiene practices among children from an early age, and have positive economic benefits.

Website: Hanic Co, Ltd.

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