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Washed with all mouthwashes: Because bad breath is just never cool

If you don't want to put someone into a brief coma with the touch of horror aka bad breath, you have to practice oral hygiene. And in addition to brushing your teeth and using dental floss, mouthwash and mouthwash should not be missing. The sharp menthol bomb ensures fresh breath and declares war on bad breath. But how is mouthwash actually used? What is the difference to a mouthwash? And: can mouthwash really whiten teeth? Here follows the Esquire mouthwash guide.

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Mouthwash: How To Use It Properly?

It may sound trivial at first, but the correct use of mouthwash is, firstly, crucial and, secondly, not that easy. It is best to use mouthwash twice a day: morning and evening. After brushing your teeth and after using dental floss. To remove any remaining residue from the spaces between the teeth. To do this, put about 20 ml (that's about four teaspoons) diluted with water in your mouth and rinse your mouth with it for 30 seconds. Then spit out - please do not swallow. The stomach doesn't like that at all. And now it's getting tricky: some mouthwashes contain the ingredient cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC). And because of that, you shouldn't eat anything 30 minutes after you've used mouthwash. Because CPC can react with food and lead to superficial discoloration. No thanks.

Mouthwash vs. Mouthwash: What's the Difference?

Mouthwash is a concentrated form of mouthwash that should be diluted with water beforehand. Mouthwash, on the other hand, comes already stretched, so you can just tip the stuff into your mouth. The big difference lies in the effect. Mouthwash mainly helps against bad breath and is supposed to provide fresh breath. It can also be used in conjunction with the treatment of periodontal disease. Accordingly, mouthwashes are often real menthol bombs that also kill the last bacterium in the mouth. The mouthwash, on the other hand, loosens plaque from the teeth and ensures healthy oral flora. Mouth rinses often also contain ingredients that are intended to prevent tooth decay and are therefore a supplement to dental care.

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The myth of white teeth: can mouthwash help?

The answer in advance: no. Mouthwash, which promises to bring the teeth to a Dieter Bohlen shade within a few applications, has no special ingredients, but a smart marketing team behind it. Neither mouthwash nor mouthwash can really whiten teeth. Mouthwash can only leave you feeling fresh and breath fresh. But sometimes it is enough. Everything else is only possible with proper dental care in the form of a good toothbrush, decent toothpaste and constant brushing. You can find out how it works here.

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