May 11th, 2011
Yes, it’s true. Even though they’ve already made through auditions and week after week of voting and performances, American Idol contestants still keep bad breath in mind.
In an article published on EW.com titled “’American Idol’ on the scene for Top 5 results show: 12 things you didn’t see” we get the lowdown on things that happened behind the scenes on American Idol’s show last week.
The article covers things like J. Lo’s amazing heels and her live performance. There’s also a mention of Scotty loving a young kid’s sign that said “Beam Me Up, Scotty!” But what part did we like best? The bullet in the article that talks about “Steven’s Fresh Breath”. This report states one of Steven’s hair and makeup people slipped him an Altoid. “She took one, too, and offered one to the other hair and makeup gal there with her. The always-jovial rocker too an extra, too, and threw it over to his big, burly body guard who always sits just a few feet from him.”
While it’s awesome that the crew and Steven care about their fresh breath, perhaps our TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Lozenges would have done an even better job! As you might already know, they work in three distinct stages to keep your breath fresh and combat dry mouth – a common problem for singers. The sugar in the Altoid may help lead to tooth decay and could actually dry your mouth out more. So if you’re a singer, voice over artist, or just one of us normal folks, try to stick to sugar free mints and gums to keep your breath fresh and your mouth moist.
Want to know the rest of what you didn’t see on last week’s American Idol? You can read the entire article here.
May 9th, 2011
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May 5th, 2011
Heartfelt Homeschooling is back, this time doing a review of our Multi Symptom Probiotics and hosting a giveaway for a box our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. April writes, “Bless my youngest son’s heart – he deals with several oral health issues. He’s very cavity prone, unlike the rest of us. In addition, he often is battling several canker sores or even cold sores. He currenty has cavities on several baby teeth that the dentist has decided to just let fall out rather than fill. Sometimes they ache. He seemed the perfect candidate for this process.” Yes we agree, her son was definitely ideal for our probiotics. But did they work? What did he think? What does she think? You’ll have to go here to find out.
A delicious obsession has posted its TheraBreath review and giveaway. In it, Danielle (the blog’s owner and busy mom of two) reviews our TheraBreath Oral Rinse, Toothpaste and TheraBreath’s Mouth-Wetting Lozenges. By the way, she’s hosting a giveaway too so go here to enter and read her entire review. Danielle’s review is interesting. She has given each product a star rating (the more stars, the better). She is definitely honest on her opinions of the taste of our products, but also about their effectiveness, but we don’t want to spoil the fun. Stop by A delicious obsession to see what we mean.
If you’re interested in our new Multi Symptom Probiotics, but aren’t sure if you can follow the treatment directions, Leslie Loves Veggies has some reassurance for you in her latest review and giveaway. “If a product requires a lot of time and work, chances are I won’t stick with it. I found TheraBreath Multi Symptom Probiotic very easy to use and no more time consuming than brushing my teeth and rinsing my mouth like I always do.” Sounds simple enough right? See what else she had to say here and it’ll also give you a chance to enter her giveaway while you’re there.
Two weeks ago, we had posted Grandma Sez So’s part 1 to her Multi Symptom Probiotics review. Now part 2 is done – read it here and enter her Lozenges giveaway. As always, Laurie’s review is clever, funny and educational, if you’re not already reading her posts, you really should be. Find out what she noticed just on day 3 of her probiotic treatment and her tip for gargling and rinsing so you don’t drool “like a St. Bernard” as Laurie puts it. She even got her adorable little granddaughter to get in on the 7 day treatment. Visit Grandma Sez So, it’s worth the trip!
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May 2nd, 2011
When we do the daily routine of brushing, rinsing and flossing at least twice a day, we all have a common goal: a healthy mouth and teeth. However, one specific ingredient in your oral care products may actually be hurting your oral health rather than helping it.
Do you suffer from cold or canker sores? Then you may want to check the ingredients in your toothpaste. Research done by clinical professor of oral biology at the University of California, Los Angeles, Fariba Younai recently gave a talk that discussed sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) – a common ingredient in many toothpastes. Dr. Younai’s research shows that SLS can increase the chances of chronic aphthous ulcers (cold sores) for people with less than perfect immune systems.
What is SLS? It’s a surfactant which is a type of foaming or wetting agent found in many of your common toothpastes. It creates the foaming action while you brush with the toothpaste. However, this foam is only to make the user think that the product is more effective, it actually doesn’t have any added benefit – actually the converse. Past studies have noted that SLS can irritate the walls of the inner cheeks, gums and underside of lips where the toothpaste has the most contact with skin.
Dr. Younai suggested the use of TheraBreath toothpaste amongst the recommended brands that are SLS-free. TheraBreath toothpaste does not contain SLS and will not have the same risk of sores developing in the interior of the mouth – just another benefit of using TheraBreath products. Not only do they keep your breath fresh, you also won’t have to worry about dealing with constant and reoccurring painful cold sores.
April 28th, 2011
Couponing From Florida To Michigan has posted her TheraBreath review. She received three products from us which she covers in her review: TheraBreath Oral Rinse, Toothpaste and TheraBreath’s Mouth-Wetting Lozenges. Her life got a little hectic so she had plenty of time to fully use and try out these products before posting her thoughts, she what she think here. Of the three products, she definitely has a favorite so stop by Couponing From Florida to Michigan to see if you agree with her.
Coupon Savings in the South has posted her review of our TheraBreath Multi Symptom Probiotic and is hosting a giveaway for a box of our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. Stop by and read her review here to find out if she thinks TheraBreath products are effective or not and enter for a chance to win your own box of our lozenges that fight dry mouth.
Retro Housewife: The Remix has also done a review of our new oral care probiotic. Life can be a funny thing, and this blogger talks about it in her review, “I received this in the mail to review and oddly enough that day there was a bump in my throat area and my throat was feeling kind of weird. By the next day the bump was gone and my throat felt fine. I thought what a great time to receive this!” Go here to find out what she thought after trying the 7 day treatment and to enter her giveaway for a chance to win your own box of our Mouth Wetting Lozenges.
FL Mom’s blog really put our TheraBreath Oral Rinse, Toothpaste and TheraBreath’s Mouth-Wetting Lozenges to the test in her review and giveaway. She writes, “I checked the products out after my husband had made chicken piccata with onions and shallots and garlic one night!” What a great test! Barb of FL Mom’s blog also had her son and the rest of her family review the products too. See what they thought here and enter her giveaway. She also mentions our podcasts on iTunes – thanks Barb!
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