What if you could rinse away bad breath with a highly-specialized mouthwash that contained a secret ingredient that was proven to kill the bacteria that cause bad breath? Well you can! The secret ingredient is active chlorine dioxide. But be careful… only one mouthwash on the market has the concentration of chlorine dioxide necessary to kill the bacteria that are the root cause of bad breath. The US Patent held by ProFresh International for its bad breath solution called ProFresh Oral Rinse, makes it the only chlorine dioxide mouthwash permitted, by law, to use active chlorine dioxide in the concentration scientifically-proven to stop bad breath.
Other mouthwashes on the market present themselves as chlorine dioxide rinses when they – in fact – contain no chlorine dioxide at all. TheraBreath, Oxyfresh, and CloSYS I for example contain stabilized chlorine dioxide. This is tricky because the average person would assume that that means the product in fact contains chlorine dioxide. If you are a scientist you know that stabilized chlorine dioxide actually contains no chlorine dioxide at all! These “stabilized” chlorine dioxide mouth rinses contain sodium chlorite which is a salt used in the manufacture of chlorine dioxide. As a chemical precursor of chlorine dioxide, sodium chlorite is also sometimes called “stabilized chlorine dioxide” although, in fact, it contains no chlorine dioxide at all! This is very misleading.
Dr. Anthony Youn, a well-known plastic surgeon often seen on the Rachael Ray show, recently published an article on CNN.com discussing bad breath and how to address it (http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/20/health/youn-bad-breath/). His recommendation was to use a chlorine dioxide rinse! Chlorine dioxide is safe and very effective at neutralizing the volatile sulfur compounds on the back of the tongue that cause bad breath odor.
Only ProFresh contains active chlorine dioxide at levels proven to stop bad breath. The U.S. Patent for ProFresh ensures this fact.
For more information, or to place and order visit: www.profresh.com.