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Mouthwash For Halitosis and Bad Breath

Are you suffering from bad breath? Don’t worry! It’s completely normal and avoidable. There are many causes of bad breath, but inadequate oral hygiene is one of the most common contributors to bad breath. Bad breath can be prevented with a proper oral hygiene routine that includes rinsing with a deep cleaning mouthwash for bad breath. Explore the Listerine® range and rinse twice daily using your favorite Listerine® mouthwash for a clean mouth and a long-lasting fresh breath.

6 Best Mouthwashes for Halitosis (Bad Breath)

How to Prevent/Treat Bad Breath or Halitosis with Listerine Mouthwash?

Halitosis (bad breath) can be prevented by following a proper oral hygiene routine that includes brushing your teeth, flossing and rinsing with a deep cleaning mouthwash. Fortunately, Listerine® offers various mouthwashes to suit all needs, and tastes, while protecting teeth from plaque build-up, and germs that cause bad breath. Listerine® Cool Mint mouthwash, with its refreshing minty taste, is an ideal choice for preventing bad breath.

Listerine® Cool Mint fights germs that cause plaque, freshens breath, and removes germs left behind after brushing. Listerine® Fresh Burst can also be used to freshen breath with an energizing experience that helps eliminate bad breath. For a milder taste and an alcohol-free experience, choose Listerine® Cool Mint Milder Taste which provides a 3x deeper clean vs brushing alone.

5 Tips to Ensure Oral Health and Prevent Halitosis.

Tip 1: Brushing your teeth

Brushing your teeth twice a day, for at least two to three minutes is essential to guarantee properly cleaned teeth. You can also brush your teeth more often after you eat or drink anything sweet or sticky to eliminate any residual food particles in the mouth.

Tip 2: Floss

Food particles can get caught between teeth in areas that a toothbrush cannot reach. That's why you need to use a floss to make sure the tiny particles are removed from your teeth, especially before you head to bed at night.

Tip 3: Clean your tongue

Your tongue has many crevices and folds where food can get stuck in, leading to bacteria growth. To make sure your tongue is clean, use a tongue scraper when brushing your teeth.

Tip 4: Rinse your mouth with a mouthwash

A good mouthwash for bad breath will help clean the mouth and teeth, especially in hard-to-reach areas that brushing alone cannot clean. Antiseptic mouthwashes also help fight bacteria in the mouth, so make sure it is part of your daily routine.

Tip 5: Dental Check-ups

Book regular dentist visits to ensure your mouth is healthy, and in case there is an issue, you can catch it early on.