If you care about the health and color of your teeth, check this out: 

Top dentists from the British Dental Association have released Especially the kind that claims to whiten your teeth and get rid of bad breath... 

Dental institutions have found toxins in several of these popular types of mouthwash.

Toxins that can cause mouth cancer and raise your blood pressure!

If you or someone you know uses mouthwash, head over to the next page to find out the dangers and what dentists recommend you use instead. 

There’s a way to whiten your teeth and freshen your breath without mouthwash… 

And it has nothing to do with brushing your teeth more often.

⇒ Dentists are telling people to avoid mouthwash (and do this instead)


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