Lavoris Mouth Wash Fight Morning Breath With Zantrate, Cinnamon, 1 Ltr

It fights morning breath by neutralizing the bacterial and sulfur compounds produced in the mouth.
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    Lavoris Mouthwash
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    Lavoris mouth wash fight morning breath with Zantrate, Cinnamon

    Clinically Proven to Fight Morning Breath with Zantrate. It provides long lasting breath protection. It contains the ingredient Zantrate. Zantrate uniquely combines zinc oxide, sodium hydroxide, and citric acid to provide unparalleled breath protection. Lavoris with Zantrate is clinically proven to fight morning breath. It fights morning breath by neutralizing the bacterial and sulfur compounds produced in the mouth. Most other mouthwashes only mask bad breath for a short time through the use of alcohol. It fights morning breath and gives you long lasting fresh breath with a fraction of the alcohol used in most other brands.


    Water, Alcohol, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Poloxamer 407, Flavor (Cinnamal/Cinnamic Aldehyde, Eugenia Cayophyllus Flower Oil (Clove), Menthol), Zinc Chloride, Polysorbate 80, Citric Acid, Sodium Saccharin, Zinc Oxide, Sodium Hydroxide, Red 40, Red 33.


    Rinse and gargle for about 30 seconds before bed every evening to reduce morning breath. Rinse and gargle for about 30 seconds after brushing your teeth in the morning for long lasting fresh breath. Use after every meal for added protection.


    • Sealed with printed neckband for your protection.
    • Do not use if seal is broken.
    • Keep out of reach of children.
    • Lavoris is not intended to cure or treat illness.
    • Always seek proper medical attention.
    Shipping Weight : 3.00 lb
    Overall Customer Rating of 1 Reviews:
    Roger K

    Lavoris is going down careful

    We have used Lavoris as the best mouthwash for many years. The last two bottles we bought were terrible. They taste more like Listerine. I checked the label and found it was a new label. The ingredients and the sequence had changed. The writing on the label has also changed. The words claiming to have the least alcohol of any mouthwash have been removed. Also, the address for the distributor in Wisconsin has also been removed. I have written several times to the company to find out about it, and they do not answer my requests for information.

    If you are expecting the old great mouthwash you are accustomed to getting, make sure you get the old label, or you will be very surprised. I don't know what we will do when the supply of the old formula runs out.

    (I would give the old product 5 stars).