The TheraBreath Free Trial Offer has been available for new customers for years. There has been a change with what they call their #1 Premium Fresh Breath Solution.
In the old days, you paid the shipping, tried the products for a month, and then, if you liked them, you paid for the products at the end of the month. If you didn’t like them, you returned the unused portions and you paid for the return shipping.
Now the #1 Premium Fresh Breath Solution costs you only the $5 shipping fee. The products cost nothing. If you like the products, you keep them for free. If you don’t like the products, you still keep them for free.
These are not your tiny trial size set of products. This is what comes with the TheraBreath Free Trial Offer set:
- 16 oz of TheraBreath Original Mild Mint Oral Rinse
- 16 oz of TheraBreath Invigorating Icy Mint
- 4 oz of TheraBreath Fresh Breath Toothpaste
- a box (100 pieces) of the TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Dry Mouth Lozenges
- a tongue cleaner
- an extra soft toothbrush
Along with the products, you get what TheraBreath calls your “FREE 30-Day Fresh Breath Training”. This is a series of emails that you get that explain how to use the products and other new and exciting things about bad breath.
We Try the TheraBreath Free Trial Offer
This is not very exciting. Everything went through without a hitch.
To write a good review, we ordered the TheraBreath Free Trial Offer. We got an immediate email response when I placed the order. The package arrived a week and a half later, which is slow compared to Amazon Prime, but not terribly long. The email series began on the day the package arrived.
When you get the emails, go through them. How to use the products isn’t the same as you’d use the run of the mill off the shelf Colgate toothpaste or Listerine mouthwash.
The products work.
As I said, not very exciting, unless you have trouble with halitosis, then it’s a really big deal and very exciting.
TheraBreath Free Trial Offer Products
Just what makes these products different from the ones you normally get at the grocery store? Here’s the run down on what they’re like and what we think of them.
Tongue Cleaner and Toothbrush
I can’t say a whole lot about these two products. A tongue cleaner is a tongue cleaner. The toothbrush is definitely very soft. I prefer a soft brush anyway, so this isn’t that different from what I’d normally choose if I weren’t using a Sonicare electric toothbrush. You’ll find that the handle is different to hold. It’s wavy in places I’m not used to, though it does feel comfortable.
The toothbrush has been specially designed for TheraBreath. It is super soft, so you can massage your gums without damaging them. It has antimicrobial bristles, to discourage germs. Then there is that unique handle. The brush head is designed to brush in the areas that are hard to reach, which I suppose is a result of the design of the handle and the size and angle of the brush head.
Therabreath Fresh Breath Toothpaste
The toothpaste is a bit odd for those of you who are used to regular toothpastes and gels. This product deserves a list of its differences:
- First off, it is clear – no red, white, blue or sparkles.
- This gel dissolves like water when you put it in your mouth, so you don’t wet your toothbrush before applying the gel.
- It has a minty flavor that is very mild compared to regular toothpaste.
- It isn’t thick like your standard pastes and gels.
- It doesn’t foam like typical toothpastes, because there is no sodium lauryl sulfate in it.
- It also contains no alcohol and no saccharin.
The whole idea with TheraBreath’s method is that wetness and oxygenation are what kill anaerobic bacteria. This does the job without any frills.
The directions indicate that, in addition to your normal brushing, you should also brush the inside of your cheeks, the roof of your mouth, and the back of your tongue.
TheraBreath Fresh Breath Toothpaste is certified Kosher, approved for diabetics, it is not tested on animals, it is made in America, vegan approved, it is made from natural ingredients, it whitens teeth and is for sensitive teeth, and all product packages are recyclable and made from recycled materials whenever possible.
Therabreath Original Mild Mint Oral Rinse
This is a mild mint flavored mouth rinse. Very mild. If you’re used to a standard mouthwash, you’ll probably think that nothing is happening. Well, something is. This rinse doesn’t cover up bad breath with big flavors.
The main effective ingredient is something called OXYD-8, which is a patented version of sodium chlorite that is pH balanced and entirely safe for oral use. The rinse contains no alcohol, sweeteners, or artificial colors. And it has no sodium laureth/lauryl sulfate, which can cause skin irritation and has been associated with an increase in canker sores with use over time.
Both rinses have similar directions. Use twice. The first time, rinse and swish in your mouth, then spit out. Follow that with a fresh capful and gargle.
For anyone who has specific health restrictions or beliefs that determine their choice of products, this rinse is certified Kosher, approved for diabetics, it is not tested on animals, it is made in America, vegan approved, it is made from natural ingredients, it whitens teeth and is for sensitive teeth, and all product packages are recyclable and made from recycled materials whenever possible.
Therabreath Invigorating Icy Mint Oral Rinse
This mouth rinse has a stronger flavor and is just a tiny bit sweet. Note that this oral rinse is not indicated for sensitive teeth on the website. However, although it has a stronger mint taste, it seems nowhere near as strong or harsh as the familiar drug store/grocery store brands.
TheraBreath Mouth Wetting Dry Mouth Lozenges
These are nifty little mints. They are definitely minty and don’t leave any icky after taste when they’re gone.
Part of the cause of bad breath is having a dry mouth. Besides the usual good clinical strength breath fresheners of zinc, oxygen, and xylitol, these citrus-mint flavored lozenges stimulate saliva production. And what produces the saliva? TheraBreath won’t tell you what their proprietary blend is, but it uses natural flavors to create saliva. A quick search online or in an herbal remedies book will give you a good list of the variety of natural sources that produce saliva.
The lozenges have the same certifications and approvals as the toothpaste.
If you’re sitting on the fence, wondering if these bad breath products will work for you, now you don’t have to wait.
For just $5 shipping and handling, you can get Dr. Katz TheraBreath Free Trial Offer, which has the basic products of the TheraBreath system.
If you don’t like them, you’ve only spent $5. No return shipping, no stopping subscriptions.
Because TheraBreath really has good products, chances are, if you have a halitosis problem, you’ll be glad you took advantage of the offer and you’ll continue to use the TheraBreath products. Click here to try it.
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