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Glyco Thymoline Mouthwash

A decidedly old-fashioned mouthwash with an original formulation date of 1894, Glyco Thymoline Mouthwash has been used by generations of people to help improve dental health and hygiene regimens, though there are many who use the product to take care of other concerns ranging from poison ivy irritation to sunburns. Described as a gentle formula by the manufacturer, the ingredients nevertheless include alcohol, which places the product in the first generation of mouthwashes. Unlike other products in its class, however, Glyco Thymoline Mouthwash includes sodium bicarbonate and a combination of natural oils and extracts to lend some powerful antibacterial and cleansing properties to the rinse. Some users swear by the formula, while others insist it's outdated –whether it turns out to be a bad breath solution largely depends on individual circumstances.

The Bad Breath Test with Glyco Thymoline Mouthwash When trying out Glyco Thymoline for the first time, users may be struck by the strong impression of herbal and medicinal notes in the product's flavor profile. Unlike a lot of modern products that attempt to mask ingredients with sugary tones or overpowering mint, this mouthwash relies on its inclusion of menthol, eucalyptol, pine oil, and thymol to produce a naturally fresh flavor. Those who like bare and unadorned tastes in their dental hygiene products tend to give the formula a thumb's up for flavor, but people who prefer something sweet or especially minty may not enjoy the taste. The combination of plant oils along with the menthol and sodium bicarbonate tend to produce an overall fresh feeling in the mouth that users enjoy, and some apply the product in a diluted form to irritated skin, insisting that the effect is cooling and soothing. Glyco Thymoline can be used straight, but most consumers choose to gargle, rinse, or dab in a dilution, which can help tone down the flavor for sensitive palates. The formula is able to address bacteria killing concerns on the spot, and the residues of oils left behind may help fight off plaque formation and keep the breath fresh for a time. That time won't last forever, though, as there's no ingredient present to fight off the growth of bacteria on the soft tissues of the mouth and in the back of the throat. As a result, chronic halitosis sufferers may experience only a limited benefit after use, and those with dry mouth concerns may find the slight inclusion of alcohol brings back bad breath more quickly than they had hoped.

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Halitosis and Glyco Thymoline Mouthwash Along with righting gingivitis and clearing up mouth irritation issues, Glyco Thymoline is prominently featured for its apparent ability do help users battle bad breath, but not all sources of halitosis are likely to be eradicated with use, and some may even be worsened. Dry mouth sufferers in particular may find that the product isn't able to address their breath issues, and morning breath may be a continual problem thanks to the drying alcohol in the formula. For a natural-tasting clean feeling that works on short term breath concerns, however, along with offering the occasional skin treatment, the product may be a wise purchase. Kids may experience difficulty dealing with the taste of the rinse, and those under six shouldn't use the product. Likely to be recommended by those who remember the days when mouthwashes weren't packed with an abundance of chemicals and artificial sweeteners, Glyco Thymoline is an old-fashioned mouthwash that may do the trick for some bad breath sufferers, but not everyone will find their best breath management option in the bright red bottle.

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Glyco Thymoline Mouthwash  

A decidedly old-fashioned mouthwash with an original formulation date of 1894, Glyco Thymoline Mouthwash has been used by generations of peo...

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