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LISTERINE Pocketmist Cool Mint, 2 Count

LISTERINE Pocketmist Cool Mint, 2 Count

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Freshens breath
Kills bacteria that cause bad breath
Pocket-size package for easy carrying
Sugar-free formula

Listerine PocketMist Cool Mint Oral Care Mist, 2 Pack
Kill 99% of bad breath germs* on contact with sugar-free Listerine PocketMist. Keep it on your keychain, in your purse, or at your desk for fresher, cleaner breath when you’re on the go. Look for it in the oral care aisle and near the checkout counter. Available in Cool Mint and Freshburst flavors. Also try Listerine PocketPaks Oral Care Strips in Cool Mint, Artic Berry, Freshburst and Cool Heat flavors.

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Common causes of bad breath:
Poor oral hygiene
Oral infections
Dietary factors
Dry Mouth
Bad Breath: Frequently Asked Questions
Does Chewing Gum or Mints Really Help Banish Bad Breath?
Yes and no. Since bad breath is often caused by dry mouth, chewing sugar-free gum can be a great way to get those saliva glands going. It helps to flush out bacteria and usher unwanted food particles from your mouth. Gums, candies and mints that are loaded with sugar, however, are not going to help. They may mask the odor, but they’ll do little to actually kill the bacteria that are causing your breath to smell.

What is halitosis (a.k.a. bad breath)?
Most bad breath is caused by poor oral hygiene. If you don’t clean your teeth and your whole mouth regularly, food particles can remain in your mouth and a sticky buildup of bacteria (also known as plaque) can form on your teeth. The uneven surface of your tongue as well as your tonsils can trap food particles and bacteria in the mouth which produce bad breath odor. Poor oral hygiene also causes other oral health conditions such as cavities and gum disease which are also associated with bad breath. Keeping a consistent and thorough oral care routine is the best defense against bad breath.

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