I was given the opportunity to review Therabreath and after using three of their products for a couple of weeks, I have to say I’m pretty impressed. I was given the original Therabreath Lozenges, Therabreath Oral Rinse, and Therabreath Toothpaste to sample.
The lozenges in Mandarin Orange were my favorite product. It works in three stages: Stage 1 uses a pleasant citrus mint formula to quickly eliminate any unpleasant flavors or odors in your mouth. Stage 2 uses the power of Zinc, Oxygen, and Xylitol – their clinical strength active ingredients -to attack the germs that cause bad breath. Stage 3 introduces a proprietary salivary agent to eliminate dry mouth and stimulate your body to produce saliva, a powerful germ fighting agent.
Every time I used one of these my mouth not only immediately felt fresher, but it stayed that way. The taste wasn’t overwhelming like some mints can be. I now keep these in my purse for days when we’re on the go and I feel like my breath needs freshening.
The Therabreath Oral Rinse works by using the odor-obliterating power of OXYD-8 for treating bad breath, stopping halitosis and eliminating sour, bitter and metallic tastes in your mouth. It oxygenates the areas where anaerobic sulfur producing bacteria live, thus reducing these bacteria that cause bad breath.
It has an odd taste to it, but it works well enough that I can ignore that.
The last, but certainly not least, product is the Therabreath Toothpaste. Not only is it supposed to stop bad breath but this formula is also great for gum health and fighting cavities. Therabreath Toothpaste is designed to control the anaerobic bacteria that causes bad breath.
The first thing I noticed when I used this was that unlike conventional toothpastes this one does not foam up. I actually thought my electric toothbrush must have flung all the paste off, so I reapplied it. Eric commented on this too. However, I looked at Therabreath’s website and read this:
Almost all commercial toothpaste’s contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SOAP), placed in toothpaste in order to create a foaming action, so that you think that something is actually happening. It has no beneficial effects at all. Unfortunately it will also inhibit the potency of the active ingredients. That is why those who use Oxyfresh toothpaste should read the ingredients in their toothpaste: It contains Sodium Lauryl Sulfate! This will negate the benefits of the oxidation process.
Overall I liked the Therabreath products and felt that they did their job well. I would like to try out their PerioTherapy line of products since I have problems with my gums.
Now it’s your turn to try Therabreath! One lucky winner will receive a set of the Oral Rinse and Toothpaste.
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The giveaway ends April 8th at 11:59 PM EST. I will use Random.org to draw the winner.
The winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be picked. By entering you agree to the rules of the contest. For more information on entries and how to enter visit my “Entering a Giveaway” page. Good luck!
(I received a free product from Therabreath for review purposes. All opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway. Other people’s views and experiences with the product or products might be different from mine.)