Corsodyl alternative Chloro Hexadine mouthwash £1.69 300ml @ Poundstretcher - HotUKDeals
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Cheaper than the usually cheapest B M bargains 300ml chlorohexadine.
Its stronger than the usual cetylpyridine mouthwash.

Corsodyl has a nicer taste though but more expensive.
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#1
This is good stuff, heat it up 8)
#2
Its got the same concentration as Corsodyl btw i checked in store
#3
Chlorhexidine.
Is to Corsodyl what ibuprofen is to neurofen (I.e generic v brand)
#4
SausageMummy
Chlorhexidine.
Is to Corsodyl what ibuprofen is to neurofen (I.e generic v brand)

Yes.

The corsodyl does taste better but costs twice as much 3.49.
#5
Get the mint flavour Chlorhexadine, the original red stuff stinks, tastes awful and makes you smell like peppers!
#6
You should only use this for a maximum of 4 weeks if you suffer from bleeding gums. If bleeding gums is still a problem after this time, go to see a dentist.

As an everyday alternative, use something like Corsodyl daily mouthwash (it's not medicated).

Edited By: Jonsmyname on Jul 25, 2014 07:42
#7
Goid stuff. Have some heat
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Jonsmyname
You should only use this for a maximum of 4 weeks if you suffer from bleeding gums. If bleeding gums is still a problem after this time, go to see a dentist.

As an everyday alternative, use something like Corsodyl daily mouthwash (it's not medicated).

I agree about the time limits. Also, if you use it for any length of time it can discolour your teeth (happened to me)
But Corosodyl Daily IS still medicated, just at a lesser dose (0.06% Chlorohexidine vs 0.2% in the full strength stuff.)
Not sure what the concentration is in this poundstretcher stuff. I have some from Poundland which does not specify.


Edited By: Agrajag on Jul 25, 2014 09:01
#9
heat
#10
Its 0.2% i checked in store
#11
Also, be aware that this stuff makes your teeth go brown!
Only a dentist can clean it off properly :-(
#12
Agree with Agrajag this stuff is bad for your teeth and shouldn't be used for a long period unless your dentist advises. It browns you teeth if used over time, they realized their mistake and that's why Corosodyl Daily appeared to try to rectify the issues. My dentist has advised Corosodyl is good if you have Gingivitis and you use it for a short period but beyond that best avoided. Buy generic mouth wash (alcohol free) and even that wont shift tartar no matter what the manufactures claim on the packaging, afraid only good brushing practice removes tartar and cleans teeth. Corosodyl is a waste of money in most cases sorry OP not voting either way, as maybe of use for a minority.

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