The CB12 mouthwash in a 250 or 500ml bottle acts against bad breath . CB12 also contains fluoride (0.05%) which helps strengthen tooth enamel when used daily.
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CB12 mouthwash prevents and treats bad breath (halitosis) by neutralizing volatile sulfur compounds in the mouth.
CB12 Mouthwash for Halitosis Active for safe breath for 12 hours .
What is CB12 Bad Breath Mouthwash used for?
CB12 neutralizes substances and processes that cause bad breath.
The patented formula has a unique composition that neutralizes and prevents substances that cause bad breath. The composition, which was researched at the University of Oslo is unique for CB12 products.
CB12 has a long-lasting effect
CB12 is effective for 12 hours. This is possible due to a chemical bond in the tissue of the oral cavity. This oral care agent was developed and its effect assessed and documented using a specially designed gas chromatograph (instrument that can detect sulfur gases) of which only a few are available in the world.
CB12 contains fluoride
Many people like to rinse with CB12 mouthwash directly after brushing their teeth, so we've added 0.05% sodium fluoride as a preventative measure. Daily rinsing with fluoride has a well-documented effect against cavities and is a very good complement to a fluoride toothpaste. In Scandinavia, CB12 is marketed under the brand name SB12 but the product remains exactly the same.
How to use CB12 for Halitosis?
Gargle and rinse your mouth with 10ml of CB12 for ½ to 1 minute, then spit it out. CB12 has a prolonged action. You can rinse your mouth once a day for a 12-hour effect, or morning and evening for 24-hour protection. CB12 contains 0.05% sodium fluoride which strengthens tooth enamel and prevents cavities. Tip: To wake up with fresh breath in the morning, rinse with CB12 after brushing before bed.
- Tear the strip on the bottom edge of the transparent blue cap and remove it
- Tilt the bottle 45° so the liquid flows down through the spout.
- Hold the spout on the cap provided or over a glass. Press and hold the red button until the liquid stops.
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How does CB12 work?
CB12 neutralizes substances and processes that cause bad breath. It is an oral care agent that protects against bad breath and is effective for 12 hours. The active ingredients in CB12 are zinc and chlorhexidine in low concentrations.
Does CB12 help with bad breath caused by garlic?
CB12 is likely to help against bad breath caused by, for example, eggs, garlic, dairy products, meat or fish. However, this has not been identified in scientific studies.
Does CB12 contain fluoride?
Yes, CB12 contains 0.05% sodium fluoride.
How often should I use CB12?
There are no regulations, but if you rinse in the morning, you will have fresh breath for 12 hours. For a 24-hour effect, simply rinse with CB12 morning and evening.
Can CB12 be used during pregnancy?
CB12 is not recommended during pregnancy as a precautionary principle.
What is the expiry date of the product?
30 months after opening
How to store CB12?
It should be stored at room temperature.
Composition of mouthwash CB12 fresh breath 12 hours
Ingredients: aqua, hydrogenated starch hydrolysate, glycerin, alcohol zinc, acetate, choredixin, diacetate, sodium fluoride, hydrogenated castor oil, potassium acesulfame, ciric acid aroma.
Precautions for use
Do not use in children under 12 years old. Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any of the components of CB12 White. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not swallow.
- Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any of the components of CB12 White
- Contains 0.05% sodium fluoride.
- Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients of CB12.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not use in children under 12 years old.
- Do not swallow.
Available in 250 and 500ml bottles.
The advice of your expert pharmacist
Bad breath – a very common problem.
Bad breath (halitosis) is a widespread problem that affects women and men of all ages. Studies show that up to 50% of people experience problems with their breath.1.2.3
The remedies used for 2,000 years have evolved little to counter bad breath : We classically know that you need rest, drink plenty of water and eat parsley. Bad breath can have significant social consequences. Most people who have bad breath are unaware of the problem because they tend to adapt to their own body scents.
It is therefore difficult to determine whether their own breath smells bad.
In all cases, you must talk to your dental surgeon who can treat the root causes of halitosis : Caries tartar loosening (periodontal pockets).
It comes from the oral cavity.
The most common misconception about bad breath is that it originates in the stomach, but its origin is almost always in the oral cavity, more precisely in 90% of cases. Anyone can suffer from bad breath at some point in their life.
How does bad breath develop and what causes it?
Bad breath is caused by the growth of certain bacteria in the oral cavity: between the teeth and in the cavity at the back of the tongue.
When these bacteria break down food particles, smelly sulfur gases are formed and these cause bad breath in the exhaled air. CB12 neutralizes and prevents the formation of these gases.
How to choose your mouthwash
A mouthwash, what for? This is the first question you should ask yourself before any purchase. It is in fact necessary to distinguish between solutions to be used daily, after or before brushing the teeth, and those for therapeutic purposes, which often have a medicinal status and whose use must be much more punctual.
- Mouthwash white teeth fresh breath
Mouthwashes for daily use are a complement to brushing. These are above all comfort products, such as the Cb12 mouthwash, which are pleasant to use because they freshen the breath.
- Fluoride mouthwash against cavities
For the prevention of cavities, opt for a mouthwash rich in fluorinated compounds (at least 200 ppm), given that an acid pH (below 7) generally enhances their effectiveness. However, be careful not to overuse it. Because at high doses, fluoride can have the opposite effect of that sought and weaken the enamel of the teeth. It's all a matter of dosage.
- Gingivitis and dental plaque mouthwash
Mouthwashes based on active ingredients such as chlorhexidine (at a concentration of less than 0.1%), amine fluoride (AmF) combined with tin fluoride (SnF2), or even cetylpyridinium chloride ( CPC at the minimum concentration of 0.05%) have a demonstrated effect on plaque and gingivitis.