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Dentyl Mouthwash various flavours 1/2 price @ Waitrose £1.56

£1.56 @ Waitrose
One of the pricier mouthwashes out there but I like it as it doesn't burn your mouth like others do (colgate!). Always grab a good few when on offer. :) Smooth Mint and Refreshing Clove unique pate… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
One of the pricier mouthwashes out there but I like it as it doesn't burn your mouth like others do (colgate!). Always grab a good few when on offer. :)

Smooth Mint and Refreshing Clove unique patented formulas are activated by shaking to provide an electrostatic reaction that powerfully attracts, lifts and absorbs the bacteria and food particles that cause bad breath and plaque. The two-phase formulas are distinctly unique in their ability to provide deep cleansing in your mouth. Rinse out and you'll see what's been removed in the sink.
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#1
LOL " electrostatic reaction that powerfully attracts, lifts and absorbs the bacteria " is a meaningless collection of scientifc words

This false science advertising should be banned! :)
#2
This stuff is not nice at all, I'd far prefer the cheap stuff that stings a bit to this which leaves you with a horrible oily/greasy feeling in the mouth.
This is the one that claims you can see it working when you look at the contents of your basin after having rinsed, cant be sure of this but I reckon a large part of what you see is probably the oily and aqueous phases of this mouthwash congealing once swilled around your mouth.
#3
I have just tipped an entire bottle down the drain. Disgusting stuff. It is pretty impossible to get it all out your mouth and you end up with pink coated teeth in this jelly stuff..very attractive!

Voted cold for being such a hideous product and agree about the misleading advertising .

Also . DO NOT USE IF YOU HAVE BRACES!! You end up looking like the "alien" with all that goo in your mouth stuck all over the braces.
#4
I like Dentyl mouthwashes. They don't sting like other ones do and actually don't taste that bad!

I've never had a problem with 'goo'.

Good deal, as these are usually quite expensive.
#5
Nice offer, heat added. Colgate ones still at £1.50 in superdrug? Prefer them tbh as dentyle leaves quite a dutty after-taste :p
#6
Wasn't this stuff on a consumer-type program and proved to be a load of rubbish?

Can't stand the stuff anyway - like gargling petrol.
banned#7
Anybody who believes in the "mouthwash" spiel, regardless of the brand, ought to lose all their teeth before they are 40. On the other hand, the real stuff like Corsdyl, which is over-priced but effective, too has its downside which is the "dumbing-down" of the teeth-mouth natural immune system [because when the body becomes dependent on artificialities, it becomes "dumb" and takes a backseat]. Should one's oral health be a "gone case", then the likes of Corsdyl is a better option than visiting those oral quacks and their myriad of expensive trickery.

In reality, authority should always be so and not be mere authorities on expensive options - telling the punter the realities of life should always be the first step when it comes to authority rather than being some airy-fairy, sense & sensible, "Er, I don't want to sound … er… but your …er …". Authority is not harshness/softness but merely authoritative. If you know the reality, tell it straight like, "You are going to DIE if you keep smoking and I don't want to see you again if you do keep smoking" - 'Not when the money tree beckons, eh'. That's "authority" for you. Authority could only be so when it has real maturity and not merely be matured enough to copulate, corrupt and rationalise.
#8
Hot deal
This mouthwash is alcohol-free (unlike most other mouthwashes which increases the risk of oral cancer and should be avoided).
Mouthwash on the whole doesn't do much except freshen your breath, but at least this one doesn't do any harm
#9
Gimicky, ineffective product in my opinion. Tried it once and like other posters, tipped it straight down the drain.
#10
mandles
I have just tipped an entire bottle down the drain. Disgusting stuff. It is pretty impossible to get it all out your mouth and you end up with pink coated teeth in this jelly stuff..very attractive!

Voted cold for being such a hideous product and agree about the misleading advertising .

Also . DO NOT USE IF YOU HAVE BRACES!! You end up looking like the "alien" with all that goo in your mouth stuck all over the braces.


I dont mind you not liking it but prefer you don't vote at all if you don't like it, as it's a good deal at 1/2 price. Like many others I like this stuff and have no issue with it
#11
flyingteddy
I dont mind you not liking it but prefer you don't vote at all if you don't like it, as it's a good deal at 1/2 price. Like many others I like this stuff and have no issue with it


I can vote cold as i view this a very poor product . So £1.56 for 2 mouthwashes that are awful (and the fact that over half the people that posted on this thread agreed negativly about it) gives me the right to vote cold.

I wonder how many others are going to buy it because of this offer and just chuck it down the drain.
#12
mandles
I can vote cold as i view this a very poor product . So £1.56 for 2 mouthwashes that are awful (and the fact that over half the people that posted on this thread agreed negativly about it) gives me the right to vote cold.

I wonder how many others are going to buy it because of this offer and just chuck it down the drain.


There seems to be a trend of people voting cold for things they don't personally like, I disagree with it myself but that's only my opinion.

If you don't like something then no matter how cheap it is it will not make you buy it but I don't vote it cold because I don't like it that's all i'm trying to say.

You vote cold if you find a better deal, is that not the case?

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