If you are looking for breath fresheners besides bad breath mouthwash and toothpaste, there are a few things in your local grocery store that will help you get rid of bad breath and keep your breath fresh all day long. Here are some great things that you can do in order to freshen your breath in creative ways, as well as things you can eat and drink that will give you confidence when talking face to face with coworkers and friends.
The first thing you should look for is a breath freshener that will neutralize the odor and bacteria content in your mouth. It is important to realize that some bacteria and germs are ‘good’, and help the pH balance in your mouth to remain stable. Mints like Ice Breakers or mints from the California Mints company contain ingredients that will help your mouth to feel clean and fresh by taking out ‘bad’ bacteria and odors from the mouth. There are breath strips that you can use as well, since they dissolve in the mouth naturally, and you can use them even if you have to speak for long periods of time.
The sugar that is found in most mints and breath fresheners can cause you to have bad breath shortly after eating the mints. So, you’ll want to make sure that you are using natural breath fresheners for a cleaner feeling that will last longer. Cloves, anise, and even bergamot and lemon oils are ideal for making your breath feel fresh, and you can find these oils in your local grocery or health food store.
In order to get rid of bad breath and have fresh breath all day long, you can mix these oils or herbs with drinking water so that you can sip on it throughout the day. Since you can either grow these breath fresheners yourself of buy them easily at local store, you can use them as often as you like. You can also take your toothbrush with you to work or school, so that you can brush after every meal and keep your breath fresher longer with the help of natural oils.
Warning: If your infant or toddler child is suffering from bad breath, don’t attempt to cure it with breath fresheners. Pediatric halitosis can be a symptom of a more serious condition.