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How does this compare to CloSYS?

I've been using SmartMouth DDS, which I like, but it's not as available online as these or CloSYS. So any comparison between the two will be helpful.
This and closys should be similar. They both use the same active ingredient chlorine dioxide.

Closys is currently also a better deal. 3 for the price of 2 an Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00NENWQF2?ref_=plp_aw_a_A233R1VO9T2YNM_D_4&me=ATVPDKIKX0DER
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Who need this when you got masks? Big Grin
Yeah... You can walk around all day smelling your own bad breath.
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For what it's worth. I used this to get rid of tonsil stones and it worked, but it's expensive. I found that brushing further back on my toungue... way back, and rinsing my mouth a few times a day had the same result.
Also, a waterpik works wonders with tonsil stones.
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Quality product, yes, but total eye-roll for "gluten free" added to the description. Everybody has to jump on this marketing bandwagon these days. Why the hell would any mouthwash have gluten in it? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)shake head
Its not really marketing... Ppl that are trying to be serious about what they put into their body need to know what is GF at a glance. It might be obvious to you but some ppl could have no clue
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This and closys should be similar. They both use the same active ingredient chlorine dioxide.

Closys is currently also a better deal. 3 for the price of 2 an Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...PDKIKX0DER
I thought the zink was what takes care of the bad sulfur breath? I find that even cheap chewable zink works great, when you are away from your Therabreath bottle.
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How is this compares to smart mouth? Been using smart mouth for over 5 years now and it works wonders.
Therabreath works great, but it's expensive. They have an extra strong version bottle on their website, too. That's the one I use. They have lots of discount codes, specials and deals so it helps to save money.

I do keto so I am paranoid about my breath (it can be horrible).

Oral-B also came out with a similar product, too. I just saw it at Target sitting right next to Therabreath, but have not tried it.

Never tried Smartmouth, but will!
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Okay then a Colgate mouthwash is similar to this. Don't swallow either .
No, stay away from Colgate and Listerine, they are basically just mint perfume to mask any smells, and they contain alcohol which dries out your mouth, which is terrible for bad breath.

You want products that kill sulfur bacteria, not something that just masks it for an hour.

Fluoride products are good for cavities, but do nothing for bad breath. Don't confuse the two.
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I thought the zink was what takes care of the bad sulfur breath? I find that even cheap chewable zink works great, when you are away from your Therabreath bottle.
Chlorine dioxide kills the bacteria that produces the sulfur compounds in your mouth.
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Chlorine dioxide kills the bacteria that produces the sulfur compounds in your mouth.
Thanks!

Therabreath doesn't have chlorine dioxide though. They say their pH balanced formula is derived from sodium chlorite, not chlorine dioxide.

"Our products are superior to competitor products that still use a less effective chemical known as active chlorine dioxide."

https://www.therabreath.com/artic...ad-breath/

Their toothpaste contains zink, to kill the sulfur.
https://www.therabreath.com/zinc-gluconate.html
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Thanks!

Therabreath doesn't have chlorine dioxide though. They say their pH balanced formula is derived from sodium chlorite

"Our products are superior to competitor products that still use a less effective chemical known as active chlorine dioxide."

https://www.therabreath.com/artic...ad-breath/

Their toothpaste contains zink, to kill the sulfur.
https://www.therabreath.com/zinc-gluconate.html
Chlorine dioxide and sodium chloride are one in the same chemical Zinc chloride also kills the bacteria. It's the "chloride's" doing the work. Therabreath does contain chlorine dioxide it's the second or third ingredient depending on line.
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Chlorine dioxide and sodium chloride are one in the same chemical Zinc chloride also kills the bacteria. It's the "chloride's" doing the work. Therabreath does contain chlorine dioxide it's the second or third ingredient depending on line.
OK. Not sure why they would po-po it as inferior in their ad if they are the same exact chemical and they are still using it.

Third ingredient is actually listed as Sodium Chlorite (not chlorine dioxide), after Water and Hydrogenated Castor Oil. Then comes: Tetrasodium EDTA, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Sodium Hydroxide.

https://www.therabreath.com/famil...-rinse-13/

So there is no listed chlorine dioxide in Therabreath.

Also noticed that the new mouthwash line from Oral B is also using Sodium Chlorite. I guess it's the new kid on the block.

Well, I'm no chemist, that's for sure.
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OK. Not sure why they would po-po it as inferior in their ad if they are the same exact chemical and they are still using it.

Third ingredient is actually listed as Sodium Chlorite (not chlorine dioxide), after Water and Hydrogenated Castor Oil. Then comes: Tetrasodium EDTA, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Sodium Hydroxide.

https://www.therabreath.com/famil...-rinse-13/

So there is no listed chlorine dioxide in Therabreath.

Also noticed that the new mouthwash line from Oral B is also using Sodium Chlorite. I guess it's the new kid on the block.

Well, I'm no chemist, that's for sure.
... its all the same thing. Put sodium chloride into water and it breaks down into chlorine dioxide. There's is no new kid on the block. Every company out there is going to say theirs is the newest and greatest special patented product.

Therabreaths version. =OXYD-8
Closys version =Cloralstan

They are all just stabilized versions of chlorine dioxide/sodium chlorite.

They have to stabilize or it would degrade further and have no shelf life. It's the same reason bleach has a shelf life because it just degrades into salt water with time.
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