TheraBreath Review and Giveaway (US residents only)

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TheraBreath is a complete dental system to aid in ridding you of bad breath. I had the opportunity to try some of their products. I received the Toothpaste, Lozenges and Oral Rinse. I sometimes get what are called “Tonsil Stones” or Tonsilloliths.

Tonsil stones, also known as tonsilloliths, are caused by an accumulation of sulfur-producing bacteria and debris that become lodged in the tonsils. The debris, which can include mucous from post nasal drip, putrifies in the back of your throat and collects in the tonsil crypts (small pockets which appear on the surface of the tonsils).

They are gross little yuckies resembling white blisters that form on the tonsils. You can feel them and see them and they are extremely annoying. I tend to get them from sinus drainage with my spring and fall seasonal allergies and they drive me nuts! So I was very, VERY excited to try TheraBreath.

therabreath_toothpaste.jpgThe first product I used is the TheraBreath Toothpaste (4 oz tube). I used this in place of my regular toothpaste 2-3 times daily. This toothpaste does not contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) which is a common detergent found in most toothpastes. The SLS in them is what causes the foaming action, therefore TheraBreath does NOT foam up in your mouth. That is a little hard to get used to because you are expecting that. But the toothpaste did seem to clean my teeth really well and left my mouth feeling great. The toothpaste tastes sort of like a cross between really mild peppermint and baking soda. It was mild in flavor and left a pleasant aftertaste. This isn’t a whitening toothpaste but there is one available on the website. I haven’t noticed any additional stains on my teeth though since using it so it does seem to be effectively cleaning them.

Ingredients: Water (aqua), sorbitol, hydrated silica, glycerin, tetrapotassium pyrophosphate, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, xylitol, sodium fluoride, sodium lauryl sarcosinate, OXYD-8 (stabilized chlorine dioxide) sodium benzoate, aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice, essential oil of peppermint
Does not
Contain:
Alcohol, Saccharin, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Benzalkonium Chloride (an allergen)

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The second step is the TheraBreath Oral Rinse (16 oz bottle). I used this in two ways. I used it to rinse my mouth after brushing and then another capful to gargle with. I gargled as far back as possible allowing it to touch as much of my throat and tonsils as possible. The oral rinse has a great, mild flavor. It is not overpowering at all. It doesn’t contain any alcohol so you don’t get that burning sensation like you do with some other mouth washes.

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Ingredients: purified water, OXYD-8 (proprietary stabilized ClO2), sodium bicarbonate, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, essential oil of peppermint, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, tetrasodium EDTA
Does not
Contain:
Alcohol, Saccharin, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Benzalkonium Chloride (an allergen)

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therabreath_mints.jpgThe last product I tried was the TherBreath Lozenges. (100 pieces) My son and I have both been using this system and he really enjoys these lozenges. They can be used throughout the day to freshen your breath and add moisture to your mouth. They work REALLY well too. I noticed my mouth is not as dry when using them and my breath feels fresher throughout the day. They have a nice minty flavor, similar to the toothpaste and only have a slight aftertaste. my son uses them throughout the day at school. Milk tends to give us both a sour smell to our breath so he uses them after lunch and says he has noticed a huge difference in his breath. I notice too when he comes home. The sour smell is gone on days when he uses the mints.

  1. Stage 1 uses our pleasant citrus mint formula to quickly eliminate any unpleasant flavors or odors in your mouth.
  2. Stage 2 uses the power of Zinc, Oxygen, and Xylitol – our clinical strength active ingredients -to attack the germs that cause bad breath.
  3. Stage 3 introduces our proprietary salivary agent to eliminate dry mouth and stimulate your body to produce saliva, a powerful germ fighting agent.


How To Use This Product
Eat a lozenge whenever your mouth feels dry or you experience an unpleasant flavor. Three or four a day should keep your mouth fresh, moist, and free of bad breath.

Ingredients: Sorbitol, Maltodextrin, Natural Flavors (Proprietary Blend ofNatural Sialogogues and Flavors), Natural Xylitol, Magnesium Stearate (from plant sources), Zinc Gluconate, Rebiana (from Stevia)

Overall, I have been very pleased with TheraBreath. My breath seems to be fresher and I haven’t had any more of the Tonsil Stones so far this allergy season. My allergies are just starting to really set in so time will tell with those but I’m going to keep using the products and see how they continue to do.

TheraBreath products are the result of over 10 years of medical and dental research by the World’s Recognized Bad Breath Expert, Dr. Harold Katz. Designed to stop bad breath, dry mouth, and taste disorders, all TheraBreath products are backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

BUY IT!

  • TheraBreath Toothpaste – $10.50
  • TheraBreath Lozenges – $13.00
  • TheraBreath Oral Rinse – $10.50

One lucky reader will win 1 tube of TheraBreath toothpaste and 1 bottle of TheraBreath Oral Rinse. (US Residents only, I’m sorry)

 

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Giveaway ends April 20, 2011. Winner will be chosen randomly using a plugin here on our blog. US Residents only.

 

This is a MamaBuzz review. The product was provided byTheraBreath for this review. All opinions are strictly my own. No monetary compensation was received for this review. Giveaway provided by: TheraBreath.

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  7. Stacy Bystrom Stutzka says:

    I have “liked” TheraBreath on fb! Please enter me into the drawing. I have dealt with tonsil stones, bad breath, and nasal drainage for way too long. I have yet to purchase any products because so many things have failed in the past. I would love to win this, so that I may have a no-risk trial! Thanks for putting this on!

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