Bye-Bye Bad Breath Eliminate Bad Breath with a Natural, Safe, Effective Mouthwash with Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide for the Whole Family
A battle is raging inside your mouth. Halitosis (bad breath) caused by bacteria and sour food residue is mustering its forces, ready for an all-out assault on fresh-smelling breath. Don't be caught with your guard down.
Bad breath is one of life's most personal problems. It can break business deals, stop love in its tracks, and ruin otherwise fine relationships. If you eat, drink, speak or sleep, sooner or later bad breath will get you. And left untreated, it can make your life and the lives around you miserable.
Despite what many "experts" will tell you, fresh breath is not the result of extensive diagnosis or expensive treatments. On the contrary, for the majority of us fresh breath is the result of following a few simple daily procedures.
No mouthwashes, mints, and breath sprays (which only last for a limited time) can do the trick over the long haul. That's because they don't always destroy the volatile sulfur compounds (VSC's) that are at the root of bad breath. VSC's are the byproducts of the bacteria found in your mouth. The fact is 80% of the time volatile sulfur compounds are the evil culprits that causes foul mouth odors. There are many contributing factors that increase the amount of VSC's in your mouth, thereby increasing unpleasant odors. Dry mouth, hormonal changes, tongue bacteria and stress are just a few factors that will increase mouth odors.
"(We) further feel it is inadvisable for oral health-care professionals to recommend the long-term use of alcohol-containing mouthwashes,'' they concluded.
The review reported evidence from an international study of 3210 people which found daily mouthwash use was a "significant risk factor'' for head and neck cancer, irrespective of whether users also drank alcohol or smoked.
But the effects of mouthwash were worst in smokers, who had a nine-fold increased risk of cancers of the oral cavity, pharynx and larynx.
Those who also drank alcohol had more than five times the risk - and even those who neither drank nor smoked still ran a four- to five-fold risk of contracting cancer.
A Brazilian study has also found regular mouthwash use is associated with oral cancer regardless of alcohol or tobacco consumption.
"Mouthwash products are in contact with the oral mucosa as much as alcoholic beverages, and may cause chemical aggression of the cells,'' researchers from the University of Sao Paulo said.
Poor oral hygiene - This is the most common and the most easily solved cause of halitosis. Left-behind food and plaque-coated teeth can be taken care of with thorough brushing (spend at least two minutes) and flossing. Leave nothing to decay in your mouth. They said the role of ethanol in causing DNA damage needed to be explored further.
A review in the Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology last year said it would be "prudent, precautionary public-health policy to generally refrain from using ethanol in (mouthwash) products'' because of "doubts about the safety of alcohol-containing oral products''.
Prof McCullough said the most popular mouthwashes contained higher concentrations of alcohol than drinks such as wine or beer.
"If you have a glass of wine, you tend to swallow it,'' he said.
"With mouthwash, you have a higher level of alcohol and spend longer swishing it around your mouth.
"The alcohol that is present in your mouth is turned into acetaldehyde.''
Regular alcohol consumption was a cancer risk, Prof McCullough said, but usually did not involve swishing it around the mouth.
Eating while drinking increased salivation, which lowered the risks, he said. "The most significant difference (between alcohol and alcohol-containing mouthwash) is that one is for pleasure and the other is being recommended as a health product.''
Cancer Council NSW chief executive Andrew Penman said the review was "interesting'', but called for further research.
"I think it's quite a well-thought-out proposition, but it does warrant further investigation,'' he said. Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide
If you're in the market for a truly effective fresh breath product, stay away from those with alcohol and artificial coloring. The alcohol will actually dry out your mouth tissues and return your bad breath in even greater measure, just like it does when you're drinking an alcoholic beverage. And the artificial coloring is something neither your mouth nor body needs.
Instead look for products that contain one or more of the following ingredients: stabilized chlorine dioxide or zinc. Chlorine dioxide eliminates the production of VSC's for at least three hours or more. To cleanse your breath the natural way, drink lots of water. Try some fresh breath herbs such as peppermint, wintergreen, spearmint, parsley, basil or cloves. They will all leave your breath pleasantly scented and approachable.
A fresh breath smile will always make a great impression. So to minimize the risk of ruining a business deal or losing a love interest, follow these simple tips to get and keep your smile fresh.
Solving a breath problem might be simpler than you think. If you know what causes bad breath, you know how to cure it. A few common causes include:
Something you ate - Strong foods like onions and garlic have oils that can get between the taste buds and linger on the tongue, sometimes for as long as 24 hours. Cigarette smoke and alcohol consumption can also raise a stink.
Dry mouth - Salivary gland problems, some medications, and mouth breathing can dry the mouth. Drink plenty of water to help strike a balance.
Respiratory tract infections - A sore throat, infected sinuses, and even lung infections make for less-than-savory breath. Get well, and your breath gets well too.
Systemic disease - Some conditions, such as diabetes and diseases of the kidney, liver, or lung, can result in halitosis.
Mōdere Mouthwash with Stabilized Chlorine dioxide destroys organic debris and kills harmful oral pathogens, which cause damage and destruction to tissues in the mouth. If these antigens are left untreated, they cause cavities and eventually gum disease and tooth loss. It is very gentle to the delicate tissues of the mouth, yet very aggressive towards bacteria and plaque. Recent research has shown an association between gum disease and heart disease, diabetes and premature babies. Stabilized chlorine dioxide mouthwash and toothpaste are useful in fighting gum disease.
Bad breath or halitosis is caused both by food residues that sour in the mouth and bacteria that builds up on teeth and gums. We are proud to offer Eliminator mouthwash to help eliminate halitosis and tooth decay with its alcohol-free formulation.
Freshen you breath with Mōdere Mouthwash Designed not only to eliminate bad breath as it cleanses your mouth, Eliminator is a major force in the fight against tooth decay, plaque, gingivitis, and all other major oral hygiene maladies. Don't leave your bathroom with bazooka breath. Begin and end your day with Eliminator mouthwash -- and win the war against bad breath and tooth decay.
Recent studies link the use of alcohol-based mouthwashes to oral and pharyngeal cancer. When regularly using mouthwashes containing alcohol, men show a 60% higher chance of developing one of these cancers, while women have a 90% higher chance. What's more, authorities advise parents to restrict children from using alcohol-based mouthwash due to their typically high alcohol content.
As one of the few alcohol-free mouthwashes on the market today, Eliminator is safe for the entire family. Its powerful ingredients oxidize and dissolve food films to help eliminate bad breath and leave your mouth, gums, and teeth feeling clean and refreshed.
Our unique mouthwash is formulated with a unique patented ingredient (Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide) that helps eliminate odors by dissolving food films, thus eradicating the true source of bad breath. This powerful ingredient is registered with the EPA, as an excellent bactericide, fungicide, and antimicrobial agent. Peppermint flavoring is also added to Eliminator's formula to give it a minty-fresh taste. (3 ingredients in Eliminator - Stabilized Chlorine Dioxide, water, peppermint flavoring)
While Mōdere Mouthwash provides you with a strong, effective mouthwash, its versatile formula also makes it suitable for a variety of uses -- from disinfecting and deodorizing surfaces as you clean your home or office to soothing sunburned or itchy skin.
Mōdere Mouthwash is much more than a cosmetic treatment to an age-old problem. Its alcohol-free formula is safe for your whole family to use in a multitude of ways, so replace the alcohol-based mouthwash in your medicine chest with Mōdere Mouthwash today, and realize the healthy, powerful benefits for the rest of your life.