Oral B Anti Plaque Mouth Wash Only 97p @ Savers Instore [Notice them at £3.00 Generally ]
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Oral B Anti Plaque Mouth Wash Only 97p @ Savers Instore [Notice them at £3.00 Generally ]

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Found 21st Jan 2009
Got my self 10 of these cause I use them anyway...Went to the Uxbridge Savers store and they had a load of them.

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The 10 I bought...

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Always been £1 in our local discount shop Wise Owl for months thought it was the normal price

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deanos;4140035

Always been £1 in our local discount shop Wise Owl for months thought it … Always been £1 in our local discount shop Wise Owl for months thought it was the normal price


Ditto, been in Home Bargain, In Store and B&M at £1 for ages

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Really?? That's a bit of a surprise as I never got them for less that 2.80, anyway I will look well next time...probably useful for ppl like me...

Good Job it's alcohol free since scientists have now found mouth washes containing alcohol cause mouth cancer! :?

This is also on offer at Asda for £1

I paid £3 the other day for this! Good find

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bargainhunter2009;4141285

I paid £3 the other day for this! Good find



I knew someone would be as happy as I was when i saw these...glad you are... :roll:

minxx;4140542

Good Job it's alcohol free since scientists have now found mouth washes … Good Job it's alcohol free since scientists have now found mouth washes containing alcohol cause mouth cancer! :?



This sounded like hysterical nonsense given that soaks like Oliver Reed never developed oral cancer so I googled:

First google hit: healthsystem.virginia.edu/uva…cfm

"Mouthwash with alcohol content has not been shown conclusively to increase the risk for oral cancer."

Second hit: odt.co.nz/lif…med

"Lead review author Prof Michael McCullough, associate professor of oral medicine at the University of Melbourne, said that mouthwash containing alcohol should be reclassified as prescription-only and carry written health warnings......Prof McCullough's article has come in for criticism from various quarters. Most academic staff at the University of Otago's Dental School were on leave and could not be reached for comment. However, a university staff member said a "review" paper was "at the low end of credibility" in academic terms. In a New Zealand Herald article, Prof Laurence Walsh, head of the School of Dentistry at the University of Queensland criticised the authors of the paper for drawing on a "small and selective group of studies A wide range of critical and systematic reviews over many years have failed to show any statistically significant association between mouthwash use and oral cancer," he said.
"There is certainly nothing in the current paper to change our thinking in that regard."

Conclusion: Utter tosh.
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