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Listerine Zero Mouthwash

LISTERINE® Antiseptic has always provided an exhilarating experience that you can really feel working. But if you want the germ killing action of LISTERINE® without the intense taste, try new LISTERINE® ZERO Rinse.

LISTERINE® ZERORinse has all of the same active ingredients as traditional LISTERINE® but it contains no alcohol and has a less intense taste. Its mild mint flavor is perfect for those who prefer a light but fresh tasting rinse.

 Kills up to 99.9% of germs
Prevents and reduces plaque
Prevents and reduces gingivitis
Freshens breath
 
 
MY OPINION:
I am pretty diligent about my oral health, but hated using a mouthwash because it is so strong and awful tasting. That isn't the case anymore! After using the Listerine Zero mouthwash for the last two weeks, not only does it taste better, but my mouth feels fresh and clean! I also notice it is a lot longer before I feel my breath needs re-freshening of any form. Even the hubby prefers it to our regular brand, Scope. It is now the brand that will replace our current, and stay in the house for the future. I highly recommend it to all.

5/5

Recommend? YES!!!


DISCLAIMER: I received product for review. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are my own.
 

Comments

  1. Ive never liked mouthwash because of the strong taste, maybe I should try this one.

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  2. I never tried this one. I like regular Listerine, maybe I should give this one a try.

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