SmartMouth Original Activated Mouthwash, Fresh Mint - 16 oz - 2 pack
|Price:||$26.37 ($13.94 / l)|
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|Ingredients||Solution 2: Purified Water, Glycerin, Poloxamer 407, Zinc Chloride, Flavor, Sodium Benzoate, Benzoic Acid, Sodium Saccharin, Sodium Chloride, Benzyl Alcohol, D&C Yellow No.10, FD&C Blue No. 1, Solution 1: Purified Water, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Chlorite, and Benzoic Acid. See more|
|Liquid volume||946 Milliliters|
About this item
- SmartMouth oral care solution is packed with innovative science to stop bad breath at its source and prevent it from coming back
- Patented zinc ion technology eliminates and prevents bad breath for 12 hours with each rinse
- Dentist recommended
- Mild mint flavor - no aftertaste
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 24.99 x 16.61 x 12.7 cm; 1.29 Kilograms
- Date First Available : March 31 2015
- Manufacturer : Alere
- Place of Business : NEW YORK, NY, 10018 US
- ASIN : B00J7G0K9O
- Item model number : ASM-007B
- Country of origin : USA
Best Sellers Rank:
#957 in Beauty & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Beauty & Personal Care)
- #15 in Mouthwash
- Customer Reviews:
Our SmartMouth Original Dual-Solution Activated Breath Rinse is the perfect treatment for bad breath. Whether you are battling morning breath, an illness, or a spicy meal, our Zinc Ion Technology eliminates halitosis scientifically, and freshens breath for a full 24 hours. See bullets and images for more information.
Solution 1: Purified Water, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Chlorite, and Benzoic Acid.
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The other problem is I’ve spilled this stuff on me more than a few times. The packaging is a bit odd which leads to this happening if you aren’t careful. I can’t explain how it happens but trust me, it does.
Today, after using this product off and on for awhile, I threw it out. The remaining amount in the one bottle (1/3 full) and the second unopened bottle - garbaged. I’m done. It just won’t pour equally and the stuff is beyond horrible when that happens. The fiddling with the packaging every single time I want to use it is way beyond what any company should expect from it’s users. Sorry...
Is it effective? so far day 1 it feels like its working
Does it taste good? it's a bland aftertaste (can't really taste the mint), does leave mouth a little dry
Wish it tasted more fresher and minty.
Update Day 3: The taste in my mouth in the morning became very sour after using this for 3 days straight. Oatmeal was tasting completely off. I have stopped using this to confirm whether it was the mouth wash.
What I will say is that I found it to work great and seemed to get rid of my bad breath and I’ve tried many, many things with no luck. If it wasn’t for the bottle it would be a 5 star product.
One bottle lasted 10 days with just me using it, just for reference. With that being the case the product is more expensive than I would like to be spending on it, in my opinion
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Excellent product, DISASTROUS new packaging. A bartender/neurosurgeon couldn’t get this em-effer to pour straight. It’s basically two bottles strapped together, with a plastic coupler thing that you attach to the four spout holes of the two separate bottles, and then when you turn it to pour, either 1. only one of the bottles pours; or 2. everything sprays out through the gap under the coupler-thing all over you. Seriously, I’m covered with this stuff as I type this review. I am so angry right now, I CAN’T EVEN.
Just don’t even bother trying to get the spout attachment to work. It won’t. Leave that part off, and pour each component separately by putting a finger over the opposite spout hole. I wasted almost a whole bottle trying to figure out how to make the thing work.
Ugh. Just bring back the pumps; there was nothing wrong with the pumps!
To start with, it is very difficult to get outer wrapping off. It takes about five minutes carefully cutting at it with a knife. But that is just the start of the problems.
The stuff on the left side does not pour very well if at all. It gets better after a while. When the stuff on right side is all gone, there is still a lot of stuff left in the left side.
What I do now is save bottle with the empty right side and use the stuff from the left side with the new bottle.
Whoever designed this bottle should be fired, IMHO.