Oral B Anti-Plaque Alcohol-Free Mouth Rinse Reviews
Product Type: Oral B Oral Care
Description:Brand: Orab B / Type: Oral Care / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... bottle reduced from £2.50. As Oral B is a really trusted brand it seemed a good bargain and it was a happy purchase into my ... more
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Customer Oral B Anti-Plaque Alcohol-Free Mouth Rinse Reviews (14)
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 97 readings)
From Oral-B comes an established mouth rinse, this was was recommended by my Dentist - so it has great professional commercial support! ~~~APPEARANCE~~~ The clear plastic bottle is clean and clinical and is topped off with a secure plastic lid, which can also be used to measure the advised 15ml solution (the level is marked on the inside of the lid). It is a good that the bottle has a paper seal on the lip of the bottle, making this product extra hygienic and secure. I love the way the solution is blue, the container itself is quite sturdy however there are a fair few bubbles at the top of the solution - we don't want foamy mouth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Over the last six months I seem to be getting to know a variety of mouthwashes more and more. I have an abscess on my gum and until it's fully sorted, I have been using mouthwash regularly as an act of preventing any more germs invading my already poorly mouth. Oral B anti plaque mouthwash is the first I have bought that hasn't had an antibacterial action ingredient included. I am watching the pennies at the same time as trying to look after my mouth, and this was the mouthwash that happened to be on offer a couple of weeks ago when I needed more. With the promise of no alcohol and a cool mint flavour, I was looking forward to trying this one. After ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/10, updated on 03/02/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
I take two prescription tablets for Crohn's Disease and a benign tumour on my pitutiary gland. One of the side effects of both tablets is a dry mouth so I like to use mouthwash to make sure that I wash away any last particles of food and keep my breath as fresh as possible. A dry mouth allows bacteria to multiply more quickly, causing breath not to be as fresh as it could be. No amount of teeth brushing and water drinking was doing the trick so I mentioned it to my dentist. My dentist recommended a mouthwash and advised that one that was alcohol free would be best for me as the alcohol in mouth washes tends to dry the mouth, and I don't need anything else ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I have always tried to use mouthwash especially after recently changing and visiting my dentist and having a very thorough teeth clean which I wanted to remain like that as long as possible. I was recommended Oral-B because of it being according to dental circles a highly effective product with the added bonus of being alcohol free which is something that can sometimes promote oral cancer. This mouthwash is very reasonably priced, although I think it was on special offer. After cleaning teeth and having a twice daily 30 second rinse you are left feeling extremely fresh breathed (I notice it disappears a lot more quickly when my son is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/13 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I am not going to lie, looking after my teeth is not always top of my list. I don't floss every day and I haven't been to the dentist for absolutely ages! Nevertheless I still try to make a conscious effort to impose good dental hygiene especially with having a little one, so brushing my teeth twice a day is important and for myself and the other half using mouthwash is also a good way for me to feel better about myself about not going to the dentist! I spotted this mouthwash on on sale in Superdrug for £1.25 for a 500ml bottle reduced from £2.50. As Oral B is a really trusted brand it seemed a good bargain and it was a happy purchase into my imaginary basket. ... Read the complete review
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