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Fighting bad breath with Lemon-Mint Power Rinse

Have Bad Breath
Even After Brushing?

It’s true, there are some that no matter how hard they try to clean their mouth, brushing and flossing, their mouth still smells like something crawled up in there and died. This type of condition would be some serious halitosis. Bad breath even after brushing needs powerful help, but only if it is really there.

In some cases, the person with the bad breath may want to look for a second opinion before taking the torch to their mouth. We can be very critical of our selves and exaggerate the situation to the point where it will rule, and ruin, our lives. Asking a trusted friend or a family member to test your breath for you would resolve most self-consciousness about bad breath.

True Bad Breath, Even After Brushing

No matter what you do, the mouth continues to emit that foul smell that you have always tried to eliminate. Constant brushing and mouth wash gargling seem to make little to no positive effect at all. This even has been confirmed by a trusted friend. If it is true, that the suspected bad breath really reeks, professional help may be ideal.

But what causes Bad breath? Bad breath, or halitosis, is caused by bacteria in the mouth that emits sulphur-like smells. Most people automatically have this perception that individuals with bad breaths do not have proper oral hygiene. This could, however, be far from the truth.

Causes of Bad Breath

Many studies have shown that the various foods and beverages people ingest have a direct correlation on their overall health. With this in mind, certain foods can affect the production of bacteria in the mouth. Coffee is a known beverage that can cause brown stains on the teeth. In addition to this, it causes the mouth to give of a foul smell due to the residue that sticks to the gums, teeth and mouth lining.

Another cause for bad breath is certain illnesses such as gallbladder dysfunction, liver disease, diabetes and sinus infections. Some allergies can also cause the mouth to give off a foul smell.

How To Fight Bad Breath Even After Brushing

Eliminating bad breath is relatively easy but takes a bit of time due to the lifestyle habits that need to be changed and improved. The one thing that many forget is the food residue that is left on the back of the tongue. If that is not cleaned off, YOU WILL STILL HAVE BAD BREATH EVEN AFTER BRUSHING TEETH. An inexpensive tongue scraper tool can be used to scrape all the residue left on the back of the tongue before or after brushing teeth. Working it into the regular brushing routine will resolve this problem for half the people suffering with bad breath. Simple bad breath home remedies like chewing on parsley or mint will do it’s job if the mouth is clean, if it’s a bacteria-fest however, no amount of mint will be able to cover the fumes being pumped out of there.

Being more conscious about the food that is eaten and the beverages consumed, avoiding drinks such as coffee and those with alcohol content are all things should be taken into account when trying to prevent bad breath. These drinks may cause the mouth to dry out, making it more conducive for bacteria to breed and create more problems. In addition to this, the odors that certain foods such as cheese, garlic and onions emit, tend to stick to the teeth and gums, causing the breath to smell bad.

If the bad breath condition is still persistent, it is wise to visit a doctor. Bad breath can sometimes be an indication of an underlying and more serious condition. It is in the best interest of the person to visit a doctor for early detection and overall peace of mind.

The Sure-Fire Way to Get Rid of Bad Breath

The truth is, regular toothpaste just doesn't cut it. And alcohol-based mouthwashes can actually make your breath worse over time. (Yikes!)

Thousands of our customers have discovered that the ultimate, sure-fire, guaranteed, peace-of-mind solution to bad breath!

Our products are guaranteed to give you
lasting fresh breath
for up to six hours.

How does this work? Great question! Our patented formula, known as Oxygene, breaks up and dissolves sulfur molecules - which are often the cause of smelly breath (or smelly anything).

And more than just bad breath, our products clean teeth and fight tooth decay better than the generic brands. And it's not just an opinion - we've tested it!

To prove the superiority of Oxyfresh mouthrinses, we conducted what we like to call 'The Onion Test.' First, we placed half an onion into a jar filled with Oxyfresh Mouthrinse, and the other half into a jar filled with brand-name mouthrinse. Then we let the pieces soak overnight. We knew that whichever jar managed to neutralize the foul-smelling vegetable would clearly be the best.

The results didn't lie!

When we unscrewed the lid of the Oxyfresh jar, there was a fresh, minty scent and little to no onion smell. We weren't so lucky with the brand-name rinse. We were immediately met with a vile stench of onions, alcohol and artificial mint. Yuck!

(You can try this at home for yourself. Oxyfresh just works better.)

If you suffer from bad breath after brushing, we invite you to try out our 'Ultimate Hygiene Kit.' It's adored by thousands of people who are enjoying worry-free fresh breath every day. :)

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