"Triumph Pharmaceuticals, makers of the SmartMouth line of products, was established in the mid-1990s, in St. Louis, Missouri. Its founder, Dr. Marvin Cohen, recognized a need for real solutions to a real problem: bad breath. With the distinction of being a leading authority on the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of halitosis, Dr. Cohen brought his years of extensive research and studies into the development of the SmartMouth products. He has published 13 research projects and lectured extensively in the United States, Canada and Europe. Most notably, he is the author of the bad breath (halitosis) section of the Encyclopedia Britannica, 1998 Medical Edition. Dr. Marvin Cohen works alongside Dr. Susanne Cohen, CEO and Co-Founder of Triumph Pharmaceuticals. Dr. Susanne Cohen's dental and business experience has provided Triumph Pharmaceuticals with a highly knowledgeable spokesperson for the company."I can honestly say I don't know one person who wants bad breath. When it comes to maintaining fresh smelling breath for a long time, I have to say I am interested. Who wants to be caught off guard, I don't. I was recently able to review SmartMouth mouthwash, the Fresh Mint flavor. I was totally surprised to receive a package that contained two bottles. Right away my mind went to this is a huge supply of mouthwash!
My 13 year old daughter and I were eager to give SmartMouth a try. We each pumped both solutions five times and gargled. The first thing I noticed that it does not burn. My daughter, Nannah, agreed with me. SmartMouth mouthwash is not very strong. You know how after you usually gargle with mouthwash and inhale deeply, there is a cool, tingly feeling. There was none with SmartMouth.
What is different about SmartMouth is that you can use in the morning to eliminate and prevent bad breath during the day. You can also use it at night so you can wake up with no morning breath. My daughter and I used it every day and night. The more we used it, the better it worked.
"It is well known that expectant mothers who have gum disease are more likely to deliver their babies prematurely; yet, according to a recent study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, expectant mothers who have gum disease and use mouthwash during their pregnancy are less likely to deliver prematurely than if they didn't use mouthwash at all. The study also found that regularly using an alcohol-free mouth rinse appeared to cut women's risk of early labor by three quarters. Please view the study here."
- 100% Alcohol Free
- Safe for Diabetics
- Anti- Gingivitis
- Safe for children 6 years of age and up
- Dentist recommended
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