Review | The Breath Company Toothpaste and Oral Rinse

The Christmas period can play havoc with your breathe. With all that excess food and drinks and kissing under the mistletoe. Bad breath can not only be embarrassing but it can also be a sign of something more serious like gum disease. So it was prefect timing when the guys from The Breath Company asked if they could send me over some items to review

So who are The Breath Company? 

The Breathe Co was created by Dr Harold Katz, after his daughter was bullied at school over her bad breath. He decided to take a new approach to cleaner teeth and fresher breath by using the natural power of oxygen to attack hostile germs that live inside the mouth.

Fresh Breath Toothpaste This toothpaste is clear in appearance and contains no artificial flavouring or colouring and the packaging states that it "helps fight against bad breath, dry mouth and maintains healthy gums". Like any toothpaste it recommends brushing at least twice daily.

The first thing you will notice is that the toothpaste has no taste and does not foam up at all which I was not used to. I did notice that my teeth felt smooth and even though I didn't have that after brush minty taste that the everyday brands offer, I did feel that my breath was fresh.

The Breath Co Fresh Breath Oral Rinse This oral rinse uses the natural oxygenating power of OXYD-8 to destroy the bacteria that cause bad breath odour including Morning Breath and eliminates sour, bitter and metallic tastes in your mouth.

It contains no alcohol  no artificial flavours or colours., which is said can act as a drying agent.

An additional point that The Breath Co production offer is that both the mouthwash and the toothpaste are suitable for vegetarian, vegans, are kosher and gluten-free and approved for diabetics.

I personally felt that the products did produce a normal breath, and no one was pulling away from me when I was talking up close and personal!

The only negative thing I can say about this oral rinse was it didn't leave me with that usual minty after taste,and some people may find that preferable. However, they do sell a Icy mint version which I would chose next time just too reassure me!.

Let's not pretend, The Breath Co are expensive but offer very good products which deserve their price tags and anything that can provide fresh breath confidence is worth the money.

You can buy The Breath Co products from Boots, Superdrug, Amazon and a few selective Pharmacies.

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  1. Might not be the cheapest, but neither is paying for extensive dental work! Looks like an interesting product. #triedandtested

  2. I should try some of this. I always used to chew gum (plus it helps with post eating cleaning), but the diet I'm on says no gum. I miss it, and although I've not particularly noticed any bad breath I do notice I miss the clean feeling

  3. This does sound interesting. I like the fact there's no alcohol in the rinse as well as I've heard that's not good if you use them daily.

  4. I like that there is no alcohol in it and I like the packaging which really does jump out at you, you would definitely notice it in a morning when half asleep x

  5. Not familiar with the company but I know bad breath is not attractive, thanks for the honest review.

  6. Interesting product. I don't think I'd like brushing my teeth with a minty taste. I like that it's suitable for the varied dietry requirements x

  7. Hadn't seen this product before, but I love the packaging! Shame about the price though...

  8. I've never heard of the breath company before!! This is right up my street because I can't use mouth wash that has alcohol in, it makes my throat really sore and uncomfortable. After many trips to the doctors, we realised it was the mouth wash! Sure enough, I stopped using it and throat problem stopped. I will be checking out these products. Thank you so much for sharing.

  9. I've also not heard of them before. But I couldn't agree more it's the time of year to get it sorted :)

  10. Never heard of this company but it sounds like they make really good products :)

  11. Electric toothbrushes are a lot more accessible to people these days as the price of these gadgets has dropped over the years. natural toothpaste