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Ban Bad Breath – Use Corsodyl Mouthwash And Get Rid Of It Forver

Added: Tuesday, April 9th 2013 at 8:42pm by corsodylmouthwash
 
 
 

Halitosis or bad breath is a common worry today. More and more people are acutely embarrassed to find out that they are suffering from bad breath. In many cases such discovery has serious impacts on their confidence, self-esteem and feel-good factor. Tailor-made commodities such as Corsodyl mouthwash are at such time real lifesavers.

How Does The Corsodyl Mouthwash Work To Free You Of Bad Breath?

The active ingredient in Corsodyl is chlorhexidine, which is basically a disinfectant agent with antiseptic properties. This compound is able to eliminate fungi, bacterial spores, viruses and bacteria, and hence it is priceless for the health of the mouth in a mouthwash.

Chlorhexidine is highly effective even against Candida albicans fungi, which is what causes thrush inside the mouth – one of the most serious mouth infections.

It is recommended that you rinse your mouth with the Corsodyl 1-2 per day to enjoy fresh and sweet smelling breath throughout the day. There are more benefits than just ensuring that your breath is smelling fresh:

-      It removes plaque and prevents plaque from building up;

-      It treats and prevents gum diseases;

-      It promotes healing post any type of dental surgery;

-      It treats and prevents mouth ulcers (apthous ulcer);

-      It treats and prevents oral thrush caused by candida.

This is a safe medication, however, it is always important to consult a doctor and get his green signal before using the mouthwash. This is because the Corsodyl mouthwash is contraindicated for pregnant women or women who are breastfeeding. It is contraindicated for people who are allergic to Corsodyl.

There are no serious side effects that you should watch out when you  use the Corsodyl mouthwash.  In rare cases, the following symptoms were experienced, temporary staining of the tongue and taste disturbance, staining of teeth, swelling and skin irritation. 

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