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Amazon.com has 33.8oz Crest Scope Outlast Mouthwash (Peppermint) for $2.37 when you 'clip' the $1 off coupon located on the product page. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks Steveb3163

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Scope is breath refresher not a mouth sanitizer
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The purpose of this mouth rinse is similar to listerine. It uses alcohol to kill bacteria and other active cells in your mouth.

Fluorine is not used to kill organisms but to help strengthen your teeth. Any mouth rinse should not be a replacement for proper teeth brushing, and that should also be paired with toothpaste that has fluorine in it.

If you are solely relying on mouth rinses for oral hygiene, you should make a dentist appointment and get your teeth checked out because it's probably going to need some professional care.
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Good for taking on a cruise if you dump out and fill with booze.
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No fluorine just fyi
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Seems like a good deal. But I did find it odd this only referenced fresh breath anywhere on the label. When other brands say they prevent plaque buildup, gingivitis, etc. While I realize it may be marketing bull....I wonder.
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Seems like a good deal. But I did find it odd this only referenced fresh breath anywhere on the label. When other brands say they prevent plaque buildup, gingivitis, etc. While I realize it may be marketing bull....I wonder.
No fluorine so no protection against plaques.
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Scope is breath refresher not a mouth sanitizer
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thanks!
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Scope is breath refresher not a mouth sanitizer
So...placebo effect?
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good for taking on cruise ships?
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good for taking on cruise ships?
Good for taking on a cruise if you dump out and fill with booze.
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This flavored water is free or a money maker every few weeks at CVS , Walgreens , or Target, with coupons / rewards, and they don't require you pay $100 to waste your $$, as Amazon does. Even free, not worth it.
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No fluorine so no protection against plaques.
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No fluorine just fyi
so is it bad if the mouthwash has no fluorine whatsoever?
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No fluorine just fyi
Point?
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Wow, really a great deal.
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Water, alcohol (12.25 wt%), glycerin, polysorbate 80, flavor, sodium saccharin, sodium benzoate, cetylpyridinium chloride, benzoic acid, blue 1.
The purpose of this mouth rinse is similar to listerine. It uses alcohol to kill bacteria and other active cells in your mouth.

Fluorine is not used to kill organisms but to help strengthen your teeth. Any mouth rinse should not be a replacement for proper teeth brushing, and that should also be paired with toothpaste that has fluorine in it.

If you are solely relying on mouth rinses for oral hygiene, you should make a dentist appointment and get your teeth checked out because it's probably going to need some professional care.
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