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Dentyl pH Mouthwash 500ml (was £2.75) now £1.50 Instore @ Tescos

£1.50 @ Tesco
My local Tesco's in Ilkeston, have a offer on for the 500ml Dentyl pH Mouthwash for £1.50. Just checked this online and its also available on the Tesco online grocery shopping. This is for the sta… Read More
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My local Tesco's in Ilkeston, have a offer on for the 500ml Dentyl pH Mouthwash for £1.50.
Just checked this online and its also available on the Tesco online grocery shopping.

This is for the standard flavours; clove & mint.

Not as good as the BOGOF offer a few months back, but still a bargain none the less.

** Product Details **

ALCOHOL FREE.
Shake to Activate.
You can see it working.
VISIBLY ACTIVE MOUTHWASH.
NO OTHER MOUTHWASH WORKS IN THE SAME WAY.
SEE THE RESULTS IN THE SINK - causes of bad breath are removed and revealed.
UP TO 18 HOURS FRESH BREATH.
See the Evidence. Feel the Freshness.
Dentyl pH is unique.
Developed by dentists, recommended by hygienists and endorsed by fresh breath centres worldwide.
Clinically proven to help fight 'morning breath' and severe cases of bad breath.
There's evidence that Dentyl pH works.
Bacteria and debris that cause bad breath, plaque and gum disease are cleverly attracted and lifted by the activated mouthwash.
See what's removed in the sink to monitor your oral hygiene and as proof that it works.
Use twice daily.
Same pH balance as saliva. It is normal for Dentyl pH to become cloudy after use. Do not dilute.
Helps fight plaque - Cares for teeth and gums - Contains fluoride.
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#1
great deal!!! thank u
#2
Is this the stuff that makes your cheeks explode....if it is I'm in looks great
Also you can see what you and your family ate last week, fun for those boring evenings in,
Could take it that one step further and use it whilst playing Twister!! Just take some sort of containner when placing right foot on green and that expectorate and see who can identify the foodstuff in the containner!!
Whoever guesses right gets the right to put someone elses hand (right or left) or foot (again right or left) on a particular colour (many to choose from)
Brings a tear to my eye remembering the fun times we (I) had playing this fun game!!

Oh by the way, great deal, am going to get loads of the stuff after I get my ew Twister game as my last ne was covered in mouthwash?:oops:
Hot from me!!!
#3
For those who are regular listerine or alcohol based users of mouthwash, speak to any dental hygienist, alcohol based mouthwash = mouth cancer, grab this instead.
#4
All those using alcohol based mouthwash...................sleep well!!:?
#5
Nice deal :thumbsup:
#6
Shame its never the cherry flavour. Only one I like and - for some reason - it always costs more than all the other flavours! Good con they got going there :(
#7
Great offer! A word of warning though - the clove one tastes like sick! ;-) The mint one is the best (the green one!). I think its great stuff as its one of the few that don't contain alcohol which research has indicated can lead to mouth cancers.
#8
Great Deal!!! Alcohol ones always give me a really dry mouth, didn't know they could help trigger cancers though. Yep, I seem to like the cherry one best..................
#9
good price!!! :thumbsup:

used this once before; it's disgusting and fascinating in equal measures... (seeing it in the sink i mean!!)

heat added
#10
doesn't appear to be nationwide, just been to tesco and unfortuinatly all at full price.:cry:
#11
I tried the green one yesterday. It was sort of.... interesting. To be honest, I think I'd prefer the halitosis.

If alcohol based mouthwashes cause gob cancer, surely we'd all have it. Nation of boozers.
#12
Mightymoosie
Great offer! A word of warning though - the clove one tastes like sick! ;-) The mint one is the best (the green one!). I think its great stuff as its one of the few that don't contain alcohol which research has indicated can lead to mouth cancers.


Which research? By who? How big was the sample? What are the probabilities? For example I'm guessing that the odds of getting mouth cancer are pretty low. If the research suggests that alchohol based mouthwash raises the chance of mouth cancer from, say, 1 person in a million (I'm guessing here) to 1,000 in a million, and if the sample size is, say, 10,000 cases or more, and if it's reported in a respected medical journal, I might sit up and take notice. If on the other hand we're talking about a doubling the chance from 1 person in a million to 2 people in a million and the sample size is 100 cases I'm not going to lose much sleep. There's a great deal of very dodgy headline grabbing research out there and journalists are a pretty gullible bunch where science is concerned.
#13
If alcohol based mouthwashes weren't safe, they DEFINITELY wouldn't be allowed to sell them in the UK.
#14
Its in all Extra stores nationwide. Great price!
#15
This stuff is always on offer. I guess it is the kind of thing you could stock up on if you really liked it.
#16
Its nothing special having used it a couple of times I really didnt notice anything in the sink after id used it just a few blobs of the jelly mixture.
#17
i prefer mouthwash to burn my face off so i know its actually doing something.
#18
Mint is deffo better than clove...although takes you a while to get used to it.

Anyone know how this works though? E.g. does is stick to certain bacteria, plague maybe sugar :thinking:
#19
pspr33
If alcohol based mouthwashes weren't safe, they DEFINITELY wouldn't be allowed to sell them in the UK.


Err....does the same go for cigarettes???? :w00t:

The research has been based on alcoholics who have been shown to develop mouth cancer much more than those who don't drink. To be honest if there is one mouthwash that does contain alcohol and one that doesn't - and even if the research is doubtful.....what would you rather choose? (if you are after the alcohol kick....then go buy Diamond White - its cheaper! :-D)
#21
I am a smoker and a drinker and used to use Listerine (the 6 in 1 one) which is about £4 but by the time I had woken up in the morning my breath was minging.

i recently switched to this and have to say it is superb. You certainly don't get the oral explosion that Listerine provides, it seems very mild indeed when swishing your mouth out but I wake up and have the breath of an angel. LOL

If you suffer morning halitosis, give it a go, I will use this product always now. I can snog the other half now first thing it's great!
#22
from: http://www.cancerhelp.org.uk/help/default.asp?page=13054

"
Mouthwash


Some studies have suggested that mouthwashes with a high alcohol content could increase the risk of mouth cancer. But more recent research has found that this is not the case. It is more likely that smokers and heavy drinkers (who are already at increased risk) use mouthwash more frequently than other people".

they aren't sure themselves.
#23
this was on offer at a pound at ASDA when I was in the other day.
#24
Been to asda so if your tesco doesnt have it... £2 there for ALL flavours. Got the cherry one for that price :)
banned#25
Is this better than Corsodyl ? My dentist normally recommends that one ....
#26
This stuff is rubbish, used it so I know.
its a gimick, its not really plaque that comes out in your sink, its the chemicals in the mouthwash combining with your saliva that start to solidify, and you spit it out and think, urghh all that was in my mouth??
you can brush your teeth properly before hand and then use the mouthwash and you'l still see stuff in the sink after. just stick to regular mouthwash such as Corsodyl etc... which wont cause mouth cancer (unless you keep gargling for 15 mins each time, 5 times a day or something stupid like that)
#27
Mightymoosie
To be honest if there is one mouthwash that does contain alcohol and one that doesn't - and even if the research is doubtful.....what would you rather choose?


On the other hand Dentyl pH contains Triclosan, which has also been identified as possibly posing a health risk. I think all the commercial mouthwash products contain all sorts of chemicals which might have adverse health effects and all you can do as a consumer is to try to make an informed choice.

ClashInDevon
#28
ClashInDevon
On the other hand Dentyl pH contains Triclosan, which has also been identified as possibly posing a health risk. I think all the commercial mouthwash products contain all sorts of chemicals which might have adverse health effects and all you can do as a consumer is to try to make an informed choice.

ClashInDevon


Oh - and also not drink or swallow the stuff!! :w00t::p:thumbsup:
#29
Babbler
Oh - and also not drink or swallow the stuff!! :w00t::p:thumbsup:


Once you've tasted it, there's no danger of that...
#30
immy69
This stuff is rubbish, used it so I know.
its a gimick, its not really plaque that comes out in your sink, its the chemicals in the mouthwash combining with your saliva that start to solidify, and you spit it out and think, urghh all that was in my mouth??
you can brush your teeth properly before hand and then use the mouthwash and you'l still see stuff in the sink after...

Hang on. You're saying this mouthwash is rubbish, just because the lumps in the sink aren't real "food" ?

Er, did it not occur to you that it could still be doing a great job of cleaning your mouth !?
immy69
just stick to regular mouthwash such as Corsodyl etc...

But Corsodyl doesn't deposit food particles in the sink either - and by your logic above, that makes it junk !!!

Think about what you're saying here :) The effectiveness of a mouthwash, has absolutely nothing to do with what it leaves in the sink :)
#31
Stocked up on minty bottles last night...tried the Asda no-alcohol alternative for a couple of months but 'prefer' this! Thanks for heads-up.
#32
great find. thanks :)

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