People spend too much on ineffective breath freshening products
SUMMARY: For many people, mints and gum act as an invaluable way to stop bad breath. They turn to these products following a lunch of rich foods or in preparation for a big date to make sure that their breath is up to par.
Posted: August 2, 2010
For many people, mints and gum act as an invaluable way to fight bad breath. They turn to these products following a lunch of rich foods or in preparation for a big date to make sure that their breath is up to par.
The situation is universal. A recent survey from the UK revealed that people in the country spend millions of dollars on the products annually. The numbers are surely similar for the U.S. It is a major industry aimed at alleviating people's fears of experiencing bad breath.
However, if people were to place a greater emphasis on their oral health, the need for typically commercially available breath mints and chewing gums would likely decrease.
Brushing and rinsing can target the cause of bad breath. Additionally, specialty breath freshening gums can be more effective at treating halitosis than most of the sugary gums that you would find at the checkout lane of the grocery store.
TheraBreath offers products such as these that may make for a more worthwhile investment in the long run. Using more effective breath freshening products may end up costing less and result in better breath.
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