February 1st, 2012
The 1st BIG TheraBreath Sale of 2012 – THE BONUS PAK SALE – begins today!
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Our most popular sale of the year is our BONUS PAK SALE – and it starts NOW.
As many TheraBreath users know, the BONUS PAK SALE is the best time of the year to stock up on all of your favorite TheraBreath products. Combined savings of up to 60% OFF plus FREE Shipping make this an opportunity you won’t want to miss.
Every day of the year our Bonus Paks are already terrific bargains, saving you substantially over the regular retail price of TheraBreath oral care products. But during the BONUS PAK SALE the deal gets much, much better… Every Bonus Pak you buy gets you up to $157 in additional products absolutely FREE! Either take our pre-built package of terrific TheraBreath items worth $157 or pick your own items – it’s up to you. Either way, this is the best deal of the year on TheraBreath products, the best oral care products available.
There are many Bonus Paks for you to choose from featuring products that whiten teeth, freshen breath, fight gum disease, help boost your body’s defenses with probiotics, and more. And with an additional $157 in free products, you can try a variety of what we offer and stock up on TheraBreath for the whole family.
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January 30th, 2012
Every day we use thousands of household products, but we do actually know what we are putting on our skin and into our mouths?
A recent article published on dailymail.co.uk once again questions the use of Triclosan in toothpastes and other household antibacterial products.
The article states that “The EU’s Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety has warned that triclosan may promote widespread bacterial resistance to antibiotics and has called for further safety studies.”
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is still conducting tests on Triclosan and its side effects, but has at this time stated that they do not believe it is hazardous to our health.
Triclosan (a chemical) has been in use since 1972. However, it has been linked to “a range of adverse health and environmental effects, from skin irritation, allergy susceptibility, bacterial, endocrine disruption and compounded antibiotic resistance” according to beyondpesticides.org.
Triclosan is proven to help with preventing plaque and gum disease. The chemical does have antibacterial and antifungal properties. But is using it worth the potential risks?
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January 27th, 2012
Please note: if you have already been lucky enough to win one of these bloggers giveaways, please refrain from entering in order to allow others to win. Thank you!
Mommy’s Musings is running a TheraBreath giveaway and has posted her review of our original toothpaste, oral rinse and mouth wetting lozenges. Mommy Tori is the ideal person that our products were designed for! She writes, “As embarrassing as it is to admit I have always suffered from bad breath. I never quite understood this as I brush my teeth three times a day (plus I even scrape my tongue), and yet an hour or so after brushing it’s back to the normal yuckiness. Needless to say it has caused some confidence issues my entire life. I have always kept mints and mint gum with me to help aid in my trials, but they are only a temporary fix to my problem. Frankly they just do not work. I hate the fact that I have to constantly chew gum or eat mints so my bad breath goes undetected. Unbeknownst to me I just found out that…” Don’t you want to know what she learned and how to enter for a chance to win some TheraBreath? Head over here now!
One busy mommy blogger is Picking Up the Pennies and hosting a TheraBreath review and giveaway. In her review, she states what she likes about each of the three products she tested, along with a thorough review and background information. If you’re looking for a guide on our products, then go here to learn more and to enter a chance to win TheraBreath prizes! She really addresses points about halitosis that we all deal with. “Have you ever woken up with the unpleasant feeling in your mouth knowing that you have bad breath? Nobody likes to talk about bad breathe but it is one a fact of life…Most of us are misinformed about the causes of bad breath.” This money-saving mom really knows what she’s talking about!
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.
January 25th, 2012
There are a million mouthwashes out there, and it’s not always easy to differentiate the good from the bad (and the ugly). Fortunately, the Environmental Health Association of Nova Scotia (EHANS) has released a list of products that are healthy and eco-friendly. And wouldn’t you know it, TheraBreath’s oral rinses happened to make the list of the best mouthwashes!
EHANS’s list – somewhat formidably titled the “Guide to Less Toxic Products” – is exactly that: a list of consumer goods that do NOT contain toxins and harmful chemicals. If this makes you stop and wonder about the accuracy of their using the word “toxic,” don’t worry.
They are using it quite correctly.
Believe it or not, many of the substances found in typical, alcohol-based mouthwashes are technically toxic. That is, if these chemicals are swallowed – or more often, swallowed in large enough amounts – they can be quite dangerous. As you might imagine, this means that the best mouthwashes are by definition the all-natural, organic variety!
TheraBreath’s alcohol-free mouthwashes are a case in point. EHANS listed our oral rinses as one of just SEVEN of the best mouthwashes for your health, for the environment and for eliminating bad breath.
Our oral rinses use all-natural ingredients like xylitol, aloe leaf juice, sodium bicarbonate and menthol to quickly and safely eliminate oral odor and kill bacteria.
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January 23rd, 2012
The winter season brings with it many things: time with family, the spirit of giving, cold weather and dry mouth. Yes it’s true. The cold and sometimes dry weather can cause dry mouth (if you don’t have it already). Here are some articles that discuss bad breath and even offer some explanations and solutions.
Let’s back up a little and talk about dry mouth in general. Most people experience bad breath or morning breath from sleeping. This is because many tend to sleep with their mouths open or even snore, making your mouth dry while you sleep. But for others, dry mouth syndrome can be blamed for chronic halitosis and also dry eyes.
This can be due to Sjogren’s syndrome which is an autoimmune disease. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) states that people that have Sjogren’s have dryness is both their eyes and mouth because their immune systems attack their salivary glands and can also lead to hindered tear production and even arthritis. While you might not know anyone with this syndrome, it really is more common than people think.
Earlier this year famous tennis player Venus Williams publicly announced that she has Sjogren’s. She has dry mouth syndrome and it took doctors years before her halitosis, dry mouth and dry eyes were diagnosed. Williams is one of 4 million Americans who have this disease. Interestingly, the NIH stated that nine out of ten people with halitosis due to dry mouth syndrome are women. To treat this condition, lip balm and artificial saliva can be helpful and staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water is good advice regardless of who you are. Sucking on lozenges or any type of hard candy can be helpful in keeping one’s mouth moist throughout the day – just be sure to stay away from candy that has sugar as it can cause more problems such as tooth decay while trying to help with oral dryness. Gargling with an alcohol-free mouthwash can also be helpful, even to those that only experience morning breath.
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