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Cepacol Gold Antibacterial Mouthwash with Ceepryn

One of the first major impressions that Cepacol Gold Antibacterial Mouthwash is likely to make on consumers is with is bright yellow formula, which may suggest a sense of power and a strong medicinal quality. Certainly hailed as a powerful formula, Cepacol is often used in hospitals, which is one of its most prominent claims to notoriety. Yet the mouthwash can be very difficult to find for purchase, suggesting that individual users haven't found it as attractive as those ordering for medical facilities. This first-generation mouthwash, which uses alcohol and a small concentration of “ceepryn,� or cetylpyridinium chloride, to kill germs in the mouth, may well be a good way to kill off bacteria in a single rinse. But like most products in its class, Cepacol may prove unable to address breath problems over sustained periods.

Taste and the Bad Breath Test with Cepacol Gold Antibacterial Mouthwash Tasting something as bright and artificially colored ac Cepacol may be a little daunting the first time, but people who are weary of over-medicinal tastes may actually find the combination of cinnamon, mint, eucalyptus, and menthol to be fairly pleasant. Though a number of users report enjoying the tastes, problems do occasionally arise because of the high alcohol content, which can lead to burning sensations in the mouth, especially for users who have gum issues or sores. Like many powerfully flavored mouthwashes, Cepacol is noted for its ability to leave the mouth feeling fresh and smooth, though how long this benefit lasts isn't as highly regarded. Cepacol's formula relies primarily on alcohol and somewhat on the addition of ceepryn to kill germs, and it claims to be able to take care of 99.9% of germs in the mouth during use. The ability to kill germs, however, has been shown to only momentarily address oral problems related to bad breath, and the inclusion of alcohol in the formula may make breath issues worse for people who suffer from halitosis as a result of dry mouth concerns such as drying medications, tobacco and coffee habits, mouth breathing, and other sources. Those whose bad breath stems from bacterial abundance in the mouth and on the back of the tongue may also find themselves frustrated with Cepacol's inability to prevent future bacteria growth.

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The Attempt to Banish Halitosis with Cepacol Gold Antibacterial Mouthwash Limiting plaque buildup and providing a fresh and clean sensation for a limited amount of time after use may be beneficial for some mouthwash consumers, but people hoping to overcome the effects of halitosis probably won't find meaningful relief with Cepacol. Potentially useful for short stints or to use occasionally when a sore is present to prevent infection, the mouthwash is likely to provide only a superficial freshness that will leave bad breath an open door to return. The strong flavor and high alcohol content of Cepacol will probably make parents weary of giving the formula to their children, and kids under the age of six probably shouldn't use the product at all. Though some unpleasantness may occur due to the burning sensation widely reported among users, there aren't any special side effects commonly associated with use. Promising for its widespread adoption by hospitals but ultimately a candidate for disappointing those with problematic bad breath, Cepacol is probably worth skipping for consumers who haven't had any luck with major first-generation germ killers in the fight against halitosis. Though the product may help address a few dental hygiene needs, its value to bad breath sufferers is likely to end as soon as the short-lived fresh feeling wears off.

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Cepacol Gold Antibacterial Mouthwash with Ceepryn