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Colgate Peroxyl

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Brand: Colgate / Type: Mouthwash / What it does: Cleanses,

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      09.07.2009 13:43
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      Great treatment for poorly mouths

      My dentist recommended using this mouthwash when my gums started bleeding a little while I brushed my teeth. You are only supposed to use it for short periods at a time.

      Every year I make sure I get another bottle and use it for a bit, to stop the nasty gum bleeding coming back.

      The taste is not overpowering like it can be with many mouthwashes. It has a light, delicate minty flavour, without tasting of chemicals.

      Rather strangely, as I rinse it aorund my mouth the mixtures tends to become a little frothy and hard to manage, and I usually end up having to spit half of it out part way through.

      If you have any mouth ulcers or splits in your gums then you will certainly "feel" the mouthwash as it moves around. There is a slight tingling sensation - nothing painful, just slightly strange at first.

      After using this products your teeth and mouth in general do feel incredibly clean, and the clean feeling can become slightly addictive.

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      23.10.2000 02:42

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      If you have gum inflammation or mouth ulcers try Colgate Antiseptic Oral Cleaner. It is really good and easy to use, all you do is pour the mouthwash into half a cap top, and rinse it round your mouth for half a minute and then spit it out. You can use it up to four times a day, after you have used it it makes your mouth feel fresh and clean. I have suffered from ulcers for a few months now, but after using this for two weeks, they have almost gone. It is very good and really works.

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      22.09.2000 01:10
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      A few months ago I had to have all 4 of my wisdom teeth removed. After the operation my back gums have never been the same, I suffered constantly from sore gums, and I had to avoid eating anything too salty or hard. I was browsing round Boots one day, when I spotted a product called Colgate Peroxyl. It claimed to be an antiseptic oral cleanser that treats gum inflammation and mouth ulcers. This product said that Hydrogen peroxide is an oral antiseptic, and when the Peroxyl comes into contact with the mouth tissue, oxygen is released in a pleasant bubbling action, thus it flushes out mouth debris and gets to work on oral infections. I have been using this product for about a month now, and I can vouch that it really does work, my gums do not feel as sore as they used to, and it has also cleared up most of my mouth ulcers. I started taking the mouthwash 4 times a day, but I now only use it 2 times a day, and this dose seems to be keeping things at bay. This is a great product that does exactly as it says this product is a must for anyone who suffers from gum infections. It would be especially useful for a child or adult that is having a tooth extracted that way your gums wouldn't get to the stage that mine did.

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    • Product Details

      Peroxyl Antiseptic Dental Rinse aims to cleanse and relieve canker sores and minor mouth wounds