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Dr. Katz Oral Care formulas now at Boots in the UK!

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

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Good Day to You!

I can now officially say that TheraBreath is available at the largest Pharmacy chain in the UK — Boots! Although to be fair, it’s not called TheraBreath. For the UK and EU we’re calling it — The Breath Co. There are 4 items availableThe Breath Co Oral Rinse (Mild Mint), Oral Rinse (Icy Mint), Toothpaste, and Mouth-Wetting Lozenges, and ALL the products are the EXACT SAME FORMULAS as their TheraBreath counterpart available in the US.

the breath co now at boots

I was just in London last week, interviewed by The Times (click here to view the article) and I’ll be back in the UK frequently doing breath testing and all sorts of interesting things. Stay tuned to our UK website for updates and special retail events: www.thebreathco.com. If your local BOOTS chemist doesn’t stock TheBreathCo products, they can order it for you or you can purchase them from www.boots.co.uk by typing in “THE BREATH CO” in their search box. Finally, here are two other “resources” that you might find useful to take advantage of TheBreathCo at Boots!

  1. Grab your FREE Copy of The Bad Breath Bible. It’s a £10 Value and yours FREE if you are a UK resident.
  2. Find a Boots Store Location Near You that sells TheBreathCo — Use our Boots Retail Store Locator to find a Boots that sells BreathCo wherever you are.

Thanks and hope to personally meet you in the UK very soon.

Sincerely,

Dr. Harold Katz

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Bad Breath on a Talk Show

Monday, January 31st, 2011

Recently, E! TV’s website posted a short clip of an episode of the Dr. Oz show where Dr. Oz smells a woman’s breath and clearly taken aback by it. While it is a funny scene, and no doubt embarrassing for the woman, Dr. Oz does state that bad breath may be a warning sign of something else and is no laughing matter. It is definitely true that bad breath is not something to be ignored; it may be a symptom of one or more of the following conditions:

Dry mouth and gum disease are often linked to bad breath. This is because the volatile sulfur producing compounds in our mouth that cause bad breath thrive in a dry, anaerobic environment. When our mouths are full of healthy, oxygen-rich saliva, then it is harder for the bacteria to thrive and create bad breath. The best way to avoid dry mouth is to use oral care products that don’t contain alcohol (you may want to check your ingredient labels) and to keep hydrated, drinking plenty of water throughout the day. None of TheraBreath’s products contain alcohol of any sort and are ideal for maintain fresh breath.

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