Here are some free Walgreens and Rite Aid coupons from TheraBreath

July 16th, 2012

Over the last few years, TheraBreath products have shot to the top of the list of best-selling oral care products in stores across America. TheraBreath Oral Rinse is now the best-selling mouthwash on Amazon, TheraBreath Toothpaste is shooting up the ranks at Walmart, our TheraBreath Oral Health Probiotics Kit is the most successful oral care probiotic treatment in the US, and the remarkable TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges have already started to outsell products like Tic Tacs and Ice Breakers Mints at many of America’s Drug Stores. I want to thank all of you for helping our award-winning oral care products become such a huge success. It is due to your support that TheraBreath is now available at tens of thousands of retail stores across the country!

If you have already tried TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges, you know they are unique. The first breath lozenges of their kind, TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges don’t just extinguish bad breath on the go — they also stimulate your mouth to produce refreshing saliva that continuously protects you from bad breath germs and their odors. This is due to a special ingredient exclusive to our lozenges that gives them a mild, pleasant tingle. This tingle encourages your mouth to restore natural moisture when it starts to feel dry or taste unpleasant. If you haven’t yet tried this remarkable new product, I really hope you go online to THERABREATH.COM or visit your local TheraBreath retailer and give it a shot. I am even including a link where you can download and print a coupon you can use to save on your purchase at retail. Click here to get your coupon you can use at retail OR if you would like to purchase online, just use coupon code BLZ2 when you checkout at TheraBreath.com and we will take $1.00 off each box of lozenges you purchase.

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The Latest TheraBreath Blog Reviews and Giveaways

July 12th, 2012

Please note: if you have already been lucky enough to win one of these blogger giveaways, please refrain from entering in order to allow others to win. Thank you!

Blogger Meridith has posted her review of our TheraBreath Multi Symptom Probiotics to her blog “Taking Time for Mommy”.  In her review, she tells us why she was “super excited” to review our oral care probiotics: “I started to notice that my breath and mouth had become stale feeling throught the day. I tried using mouth washes and expensive toothpaste but they more often than not left my tongue and mouth raw feeling.” She’s also giving away one full size box of our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. Go here to find out what she thought of our probiotics and for a chance to win some lozenges.

Are you a blogger located in the United States and interested in reviewing TheraBreath products?  Just go to http://www.therabreath.com/blogger and fill out the form to let us know. Please note, we do not pay for reviews but will send the products to try at no cost.

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Poll says XYB: Examine Your Breath (especially before a date!)

July 10th, 2012

A recent survey confirmed everyone’s worst fears about halitosis: According to a poll held by a U.S. chewing gum manufacturer, bad breath is one of the all-time confidence killers, especially when it comes to meeting someone new. If you think you have oral odor, then it’s best to pop a piece of specialty oxygenating gum in your mouth now, while you still have a chance of getting a date.

Halitosis is date repellant

For the survey, researchers took aside more than 1,400 Americans and asked them the hard questions about bad breath. How often do you get it? What’s your oral care regimen like? Have you ever been rejected for having halitosis?

The answers were pretty darn grim. Respondents across the board said that oral odor takes attraction and almost instantly kills it.

- In the poll, 70 percent of people said that getting bad breath meant having zero confidence when meeting new people.

- Among people between the ages of 18 and 34, three in five said that if someone else has halitosis – say, on a first date or in a club – they immediately lost interest.

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Some Dental Students are Clueless about Bad Breath

July 2nd, 2012

It’s easy to rely on your dentist or dental hygienist to recognize when your breath stinks. After all, you’d think they’d be the experts; the people who can tell you about it honestly, explain where it comes from and make recommendations on eliminating it. But a new survey has found that many dental students know next to nothing about bad breath.

This is why it’s best to see a dentist and a breath specialist, who can focus on your oral odor and point you to some specialty breath fresheners that will actually treat the problem.

Where does bad breath come from?

You might think that a pop quiz over the origins and treatments of halitosis would be a piece of cake, right? But evidently, it’s not – for laypersons or dentistry students. That’s one of the conclusions reached by the administrators of a survey, whose results appeared in the Portuguese Journal of Stomatology, Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery.

To be fair, researchers asked about tough subjects like organoleptic scores and gram-negative microorganisms, but they also included easy questions, like:

- Which region of the body does bad breath usually come from? Only 22 percent of the dozens of respondents said the tongue, which is the correct answer. More than 40 percent said the stomach!

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Today’s Canker Sore Treatments Beat the old ones

June 28th, 2012

If you get a canker sore, you’ve got a wealth of modern treatment options at your fingertips. You can gargle a specialty alcohol-free mouthwash to neutralize the odor or, for a deeper clean, rinse with a periotherapy product. In a pinch, you can even gargle salt water! But it wasn’t always this easy. In the 1800s, canker sore treatments were a little more, shall we say, unpleasant.

One of the weirder and more instructive reads you’ll find on the matter is Samuel North’s The Family Physician and Guide to Health (Waterloo, NY: 1830).

Pages 109-110 are all about canker sores, and the discomfort and bad breath they cause. If you were to follow Mr. North’s advice on canker sores, these are some of the many odd remedies you might try:

- Wash them with soapsuds.

- Rinse with strong tea.

- Apply a pinch of cayenne pepper (yowch!), followed by a poultice of white bread and ginger soaked with tea.

- Hold on a piece of eggshell until it sticks, then let it naturally fall off after several weeks.

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