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Dentyl PH Mouthwash Half Price £1.49 @ Sainsburys

£1.49 @ Sainsbury's
Sainsburys are selling Dentyl at half price. Price is for the clove and mint flavour, pretty sure it is the 500 ml size. I did do a search but nothing came up. Read More
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Sainsburys are selling Dentyl at half price. Price is for the clove and mint flavour, pretty sure it is the 500 ml size. I did do a search but nothing came up.
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#1
Is it me or others noticed too that this stuff makes your mouth oily. I know you have to shake it to wake it, but still it does mix very well
#2
must have oil cos thats the only way they can divide the liquids
#3
Nah our family love it and use it every day. Cant say we have ever thought that it left an oily taste, only Clove freshness! :)
#4
Why does the Cherry flavour always seem to be exempt from these offers ?????
#5
It contains triclosan just do a google on it

"United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has registered it as a pesticide"

http://www.health-report.co.uk/triclosan.html

I used to use it but afer reading that , its put me off somewhat
#6
deanos;6375775
It contains triclosan just do a google on it

"United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has registered it as a pesticide"

http://www.health-report.co.uk/triclosan.html

I used to use it but afer reading that , its put me off somewhat



A less sensational look at triclosan from a site that isn't trying to get you to buy something.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triclosan
#7
[LEFT]Oh you've got to read some of the stuff on this site. New age bllx or what?

http://www.health-report.co.uk/certified-organic-product-range.htm

This is just an example of their headlines. Chemical free?

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[B][SIZE=3]Natural Certified Organic Skin Care - SAFE [/SIZE] [SIZE=3]and[/SIZE][SIZE=3] NON-TOXIC - 100% Chemical FREE[/SIZE][/B]
banned#8
My favourite mouthwash - heat added.

Sainsburys have some good deals at the moment.
#9
Tried this years ago and then binned it, it was foul, tasted horrible I couldn't even gargle. Yet again I got fooled by the ad!
#10
TheProf
A less sensational look at triclosan from a site that isn't trying to get you to buy something.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triclosan


Plenty of stuff on Google

http://www.dentist.net/dn-article13.asp

Like i say it put me off so i dont use it, better to be safe than sorry and all that
#11
Can't stand the stuff myself, but good price so voted hot...
#12
Been waiting for this stuff to come on offer ever since the recall
#13
thats a good price
#14
michellerfc;6377523
Tried this years ago and then binned it, it was foul, tasted horrible I couldn't even gargle. Yet again I got fooled by the ad!


Horses for courses though, innit? :thumbsup:

I tried Listerine but it's just too strong for me, even the stuff that's meant to be toned down :oops:

All the cheaper mouthwashes I've tried froth up within second when you gargle them! How are you supposed to use a mouthwash that froths? :?

Any suggestions for non-frothy mouthwashes that aren't Listerine or Dentyl?
#15
I got a letter from Boots once, regarding two bottles of this stuff. It said the production run mine were from had a potential bacterial contamination.

I started using Aqua Fresh instead!

Though, I'm sure I'll get this one again once it runs out. Really like the clove flavour.
#16
the 'bits' you see in your sink after expulsion appear whether it comes from your mouth or not - its a reaction between the 2 liquids. Makes it seem like its doing more than it is, which put me off slightly. I like the taste though.. much less gag reflex than listerine... im gagging just thinking about listerine.
#17
My dentist recommended this mouthwash as it is alcohol free. Mouthwashes like Listerine contain alcohol and can cause cancer apparently (so I was told). Went for someof this last week but Sainsburys were out of stock:x
#18
Narfette;6381262
the 'bits' you see in your sink after expulsion appear whether it comes from your mouth or not - its a reaction between the 2 liquids. Makes it seem like its doing more than it is, which put me off slightly. I like the taste though.. much less gag reflex than listerine... im gagging just thinking about listerine.


Actually, I think most of it is just saliva dyed by the Dentyl :?
#19
PoisonJam
Actually, I think most of it is just saliva dyed by the Dentyl :?


some of it.. but the last time i had some, i wizzed the last of it around in the bottle and threw it in the sink. Still had bits in there. maybe something to do with coming in contact with o2 also...
#20
mmmmmm mmmmmmm this mouthwash sho is tasty:w00t:
#21
PoisonJam
Any suggestions for non-frothy mouthwashes that aren't Listerine or Dentyl?
You could try either Aquafresh Mild & Minty Mouthwash or Fresh & Minty Mouthwash.

They're usually £2.99 each but currently on BOGOF at Tesco until 29/9.
#22
My dentist also advised me to stop using mounthwash like Listerine, or any others that contain Alchohol; like has already been mentioned, it seems they can actually lead to teeth staining which is difficult to remove. Plus it can actually have a 'drying' effect on your mouth which can actually intensify bad breath in the long run. I'm not sure i'm sold by the gimmicky 'bits in the sink' after you've spat it out malarkey of these 2 part mouthwashes but other than that, I don't mind this brand. H&R.
#23
Great mouthwash, use it all the time.
#24
PoisonJam


Any suggestions for non-frothy mouthwashes that aren't Listerine or Dentyl?


I use RetarDex Oral rinse and although it is not cheap it a very good product.
It has no flavour (kinda like water)

http://www.superdrug.com/Mouthwash/RETARDEX-ORAL-RISE-500ML/invt/668079
#25
This is really good for an alcohol free mouthwash. Personally prefer the more expensive cherry or mint ultra cleanse ones that never seem to be on these offers.
#26
I love these mouthwashes i will be going to get some thanks :) Hot
#27
Still a product recall on this in Boots and Tesco.

Can you but from Sainsbury and return to other store for profit???
#28
ASDA seems to have stopped selling this! I need to go to Tesco just to pick some up!
#29
deanos
Plenty of stuff on Google

http://www.dentist.net/dn-article13.asp

Like i say it put me off so i dont use it, better to be safe than sorry and all that


Of course it's a pesticide... you do realise it kills bacteria and placque, right?
#30
good price
#31
far too expensive anyway
#32
also saw it in the pink and blue version whatever that one's called.
#33
Well from what i've seen some people here should not believe everything they read, this mouthwash isn't going to kill you. There's an article somewhere for the dangers of pretty much anything.
#34
Thats true, but it put me off, thats my opinion which im entitled too
#35
glitterz_2k7
also saw it in the pink and blue version whatever that one's called.

I think that is the clove one.

mdcdeve
Well from what i've seen some people here should not believe everything they read, this mouthwash isn't going to kill you. There's an article somewhere for the dangers of pretty much anything.
I thought that too, it appears that the only way to avoid anything harmful in this world is to eat only natural things that have just been picked from a tree or the ground. Even then you probably risk some form of contamination whether you chose to wash it or not.

My dentist did once tell me that Corsodyl does stain your teeth if used continuously over a period of time. All other mouthwash are fine so long as you only use it for the time it says on the bottle, usually 30 to 60 seconds.
#36
Good post. Gone for a couple of bottles.
#37
Much nicer than Listerine, especially if you don't want your mouth to feel like you've been gargling neat vodka first thing in the morning.
#38
i love this product but only buy on offer as a wee bit pricey for my budget....bought an asda one in its place and it burnt the mouth off me !! the alcohol and froth was soo mingin and reeeeaaallllly hurt!!

id rather gargle neat vodka than use the rest of the Asda one.

As for its recall...they are on sale again in Boots and Tesco as it was just a batch that was affected and even then it was only precaution rather than definite contamination.
#39
Narfette
the 'bits' you see in your sink after expulsion appear whether it comes from your mouth or not - its a reaction between the 2 liquids. Makes it seem like its doing more than it is, which put me off slightly. I like the taste though.. much less gag reflex than listerine... im gagging just thinking about listerine.


No it is not. I don't get any bits in the sink when i use it however my girlfriend does which disproves that straight away.
#40
PoisonJam
Horses for courses though, innit? :thumbsup:

I tried Listerine but it's just too strong for me, even the stuff that's meant to be toned down :oops:

All the cheaper mouthwashes I've tried froth up within second when you gargle them! How are you supposed to use a mouthwash that froths? :?

Any suggestions for non-frothy mouthwashes that aren't Listerine or Dentyl?


have you tried colgate plax?

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