listerine 500ml zero and sensitive varieties £1.05 instore only at wilko.
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listerine 500ml zero and sensitive varieties £1.05 instore only at wilko.

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Found 10th Jun 2016
picked up one of each today in Swansea city branch. amazing value. it was only the zero and the sensitive varieties that were that cheap. worth a look if you are in there anyway. no idea if national.
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tastes Ok, but clinically completely ineffective. I'm a long way from you but also got some, so probably not national.
glad that it's stocked in more than one store.
exel1966

tastes Ok, but clinically completely ineffective. I'm a long way from you … tastes Ok, but clinically completely ineffective. I'm a long way from you but also got some, so probably not national.


That's completely wrong. It has undone clinical studies and it has repeatedly shown it is plenty effective as plaque reduction and gum issues.

Some varieties contain fluoride and that too is a clinically proven ingredient to reduce cavities.
Thanks,will check local today.Heat
plebbygiraffe

That's completely wrong. It has undone clinical studies and it has … That's completely wrong. It has undone clinical studies and it has repeatedly shown it is plenty effective as plaque reduction and gum issues.Some varieties contain fluoride and that too is a clinically proven ingredient to reduce cavities.



I think you'll find that there are only 1/2 specific varieties of mouthwash which have proven benefits (Listerine isn't one of them), the rest are just marketing hype. Just ask any dentist !
Also, most people use mouthwash immediately after brushing their teeth which is by far the worst possible time to use it as it flushes away the benefits gained from using a flouride toothpaste.
Only £1 in pound shops for the same thing
wilvers1

Only £1 in pound shops for the same thing


Not for 500ml. Maybe 250ml.
Confirmed in Tamworth store. Thanks.
All gone in Bournemouth
and the deal of the day is....<>....MOUTH WASH! ...<>
exel1966

I think you'll find that there are only 1/2 specific varieties of … I think you'll find that there are only 1/2 specific varieties of mouthwash which have proven benefits (Listerine isn't one of them), the rest are just marketing hype. Just ask any dentist !Also, most people use mouthwash immediately after brushing their teeth which is by far the worst possible time to use it as it flushes away the benefits gained from using a flouride toothpaste.



Trust me - youre wrong.
Thanks Op
iamprobably

Trust me - youre wrong.



As a Dentist I can say he is definitely right about using mouthwash after brushing, best is to spit out all excess toothpaste after brushing and let the rest sit around your teeht do not mouthwash afterwards

If you would like to use mouthwash, Corsodyl (chlorohexidine mouthwash) is the only one to found to really do anything, and you cah use this at a different time of day e.g. after lunch
exel1966

I think you'll find that there are only 1/2 specific varieties of … I think you'll find that there are only 1/2 specific varieties of mouthwash which have proven benefits (Listerine isn't one of them), the rest are just marketing hype. Just ask any dentist !Also, most people use mouthwash immediately after brushing their teeth which is by far the worst possible time to use it as it flushes away the benefits gained from using a flouride toothpaste.

Again that is simply not true.

It has been clinically proven to reduce plaque and gum issues and the varieties that contain fluoride will provide cavity protection. No need to ask a dentist - just consult the countless clinical studies available online.

The only thing you're right about is the use immediately after brushing, this is indeed not recommended.
Not in Doncaster this morning
plebbygiraffe

Again that is simply not true.It has been clinically proven to reduce … Again that is simply not true.It has been clinically proven to reduce plaque and gum issues and the varieties that contain fluoride will provide cavity protection. No need to ask a dentist - just consult the countless clinical studies available online.The only thing you're right about is the use immediately after brushing, this is indeed not recommended.



No it has not ! It's amazing how some people believe marketing hype. Believe the dentist who's posted, ask your own dentist who will confirm it !

Regular check ups, Brushing with flouride and flossing are all that's required. The so called benefits of 99% of mouthwash are negliable.
iamprobably

Trust me - youre wrong.



Just to back up some of previous comments, there was a programme on TV a couple of months ago where they had done a clinical test of people just using mouthwash to clean their teeth and people brushing their teeth with fluoride toothpaste. The result was that mouthwash hardly had any impact on plaque build-up at all compared to brushing. As others have stated, rinsing your mouth out with water or mouthwash immediately after brushing was also not recommended as it reduces the impact of the fluoride protecting your teeth.
Hottest deal of the day is for mouthwash
naz2k55

If you would like to use mouthwash, Corsodyl (chlorohexidine mouthwash) … If you would like to use mouthwash, Corsodyl (chlorohexidine mouthwash) is the only one to found to really do anything, and you cah use this at a different time of day e.g. after lunch



Good advice, however, the only issue with Corsodyl is that it stains your teeth with prolonged use.
Edited by: "gsj87" 11th Jun 2016
plebbygiraffe

Again that is simply not true.It has been clinically proven to reduce … Again that is simply not true.It has been clinically proven to reduce plaque and gum issues and the varieties that contain fluoride will provide cavity protection. No need to ask a dentist - just consult the countless clinical studies available online.The only thing you're right about is the use immediately after brushing, this is indeed not recommended.



I think we would all like to a see a link to these proven clinical studies, please. Every dentist I have had said mouthwashes were a waste of money as any fluoride in them does not remain in the mouth long enough to have any benefit.
naz2k55

As a Dentist I can say he is definitely right about using mouthwash after … As a Dentist I can say he is definitely right about using mouthwash after brushing, best is to spit out all excess toothpaste after brushing and let the rest sit around your teeht do not mouthwash afterwardsIf you would like to use mouthwash, Corsodyl (chlorohexidine mouthwash) is the only one to found to really do anything, and you cah use this at a different time of day e.g. after lunch



I'm a little confused by what you have said as my Dentist had told me that this particular Listerine (LISTERINE® Advanced Defence Gum Treatment clinically proven to treat gum disease and healthier gums in as little as 2 weeks) was a better version of Corsodyl as it approaches the gums from a coating point of view and therefore lower chances of staining. Corsodyl has a different approach and can cause staining.
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