- Refreshingly clean taste
- Lasts for hours
- Effective without irritating your mouth
This is far and away the best mouthwash for bad breath – well, for destroying it anyhow. It neutralizes the sulfur-producing bacteria that causes morning breath and nasty food smells. It works fast and is doctor recommended.
This may be the best mouthwash for bad breath, but it tastes rather awful. That, and it can alter the taste of food and drink after using it.
You’ll battle to find something you don’t like about this mouthwash, especially if you struggle with bad breath. It’s an Amazon Best Seller for a reason. It’s also alcohol-free and doesn’t have any artificial flavors or colors. In case you’re wondering, this mouthwash is certified vegan and kosher, not to mention gluten-free. More importantly, it works brilliantly. Keep reading to find out exactly how it does just that.
What does it claim to do? The label on this bottle says it destroys bad breath and food odors. It’s also said to alleviate symptoms of dry mouth.
Does it do it? As far as the bad breath goes, you won’t want for anything – at least not as far as most users are concerned. The dry mouth is a little more touch and go, but not bad.
Is it good at anything else? You can expect anything with this much bad-breath-fighting strength to kill off other types of nasty bacteria that have nothing to do with bad breath.
Who’s it for? Most children don’t have bad breath, and you’ll have no reason to give this to them. And, let’s be honest, if you don’t battle bad breath regularly, you probably have no reason to invest in this either.
What’s inside the bottle? The active ingredient in TheraBreath products is OXYD-8TM. That won’t make any sense to most users. All you need to know is that it prevents anaerobic bacteria from creating odorous sulfide in your mouth.
Recommended usage? You’ll find instructions on the packaging. But, for simplicity’s sake, we’ll tell you that you’re meant to rinse with this twice a day after brushing your teeth. The formula works for about 12 hours in your mouth.
What’s it taste like? It’s minty, and there are those that can’t stand the actual flavor. But, it’s not designed to be overpowering.
Will it break the bank? For $15, you’ll get two bottles each with 16 ounces of antibacterial mouthwash. That’s less than 50 cents per ounce. And, if you have halitosis, you will understand that it’s worth it.
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- Rated #2 in 7 Best Mouthwash Brands