TheraBreath Gluten-Free Fresh Breath Oral Rinse
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What We Like
- The breathe freshener helps target sulfur-producing bacteria that prevents bad breath odor
- Infused with clinically-proven ingredients that helps stop sour, bitter and metallic tastes in the mouth
- Made of high-quality ingredients that prevents cavity, gum disease, and more
- may have an unpleasant aftertaste
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 42,587 reviews for 99 products in the Breath Fresheners category.
We then analyzed 2,285 reviews for this product. None were recent.
Around 80% of reviews were positive and about 14% were negative.
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What buyers say about TheraBreath Gluten-Free Fresh Breath Oral Rinse
I got this product last night and I can tell you that it has worked wonders for me, I have been having chronic bad breath for a while and I even went to the dentist a few times.
I saw the product as one of the highest reviewed by about a billion people and since I had just been paid I added it to my list.
I have been using this product for the past two weeks and it has been helping me with my bad breath and it is really easy to use.
If you order it, you will get two smaller bottles, which is better than a regular sized bottle, and you will be able to rinse it once in the morning.
I have been using this product for about a month now and I have not had any problems with my breath or my husband's breath since I started using it.
Can someone give me a list of the ingredients?
The green bottle is Purified Water, OXYD-8, which is Dr. Katz's patented version of ClO2, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Tetrasodium EDTA, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Benzoate, Essential Oil of Peppermint, Sodium Hydroxide.
I want Icy Mint flavor but I'm not sure if there is a difference in performance between Mild Mint and Icy Mint.
Mild Mint is mild tasting, while Icy Mint is more towards Listerine, which was what I found to be the better flavor of Icy Mint.
How do I know if it's working?
Lick your hand dry and smell, that's more or less how your breath smells, or ask a friend.
Does this eliminate onion and garlic breath?
gargling for about 1 full minute or 2 is what I would recommend for those.
I have bad breath because of medication. Will this work?
It should help, but I might have a combo of dry mouth and tonsil stones, which is why I ordered a second batches.