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ACT Restoring Mouthwash, Cool Splash Mint, 18-Ounce Bottle (Pack of 4)

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4.6 out of 5 stars 144 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Pack of 4 18-ounce bottle (total of 72-ounces)
  • Restores minerals to soft spots
  • Strengthens enamel to prevent tooth decay
  • Kills bad breath germs
  • Anti-Cavity flouride rinse


Product Description

Indications: Strong Teeth, Fresh Breath x 2: Act Liquid X2 Anticavity Fluoride Mouthwash Anticavity Fluoride Mouthwash Kills bad breath germs. Active Ingredients: Sodium Fluoride 0. 05% (0. 02% w/v fluoride ion). Inactive Ingredients: Water, Alcohol (11%), Sorbitol, Poloxamer 407, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Benzoate, Flavor, Sodium Phosphate, Polysorbate 20. Directions: Adults and children 6 years of age or older: Use once a day after brushing your teeth with a toothpaste Hold bottle upright and squeeze. Safety Information Keep outs of reach of children. if more than used for rinsing is accidentally swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 8.4 x 3.2 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001MIZMJS
  • UPC: 041167095652 885130557972 885440707098
  • Item model number: C03407
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,747 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Directions
Adults and children 6 years of age and older:Use once a day after brushing your teeth with a toothpaste.Remove cap Pour 10 milliliters (10 ml mark on inside of cap); do not fill above 10ml mark.Vigorously swish 10 milliliters of rinse between your teeth for 1minute and then spit out.Do not swallow the rinse.

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My best friend is in his final year as a dental student. He recommended to me these following products:

1. Crest Pro-Health Whitening Toothpaste, 4.2-Ounce Carton (Pack of 6),
2. ACT Restoring Mouthwash, Cool Splash Mint, 18-Ounce Bottle (Pack of 4)
3. Crest Pro-health Multi-Protection Alcohol Free Clear/Clean Mint, 1-liter Bottles (Pack of 3).
4. Reach unwaxed dental floss by Johnson & Johnson
5. Oral-B Triumph Professional Care Electric Toothbrush.

This is the regiment he advised me to follow:
1. Use the toothpaste morning and evening.
2. Use the Act mouthwash in the morning because it has a really potent amount of fluoride in it and it's the best time of day for using fluoride.
3. Use the Crest mouthwash at night because it has a protective film it leaves on your teeth to prevent plaque from building at night.
4. Use the Un Waxed floss once per day at night prior to the mouthwash. The un waxed floss scrubs the teeth way better than waxed floss and especially better than Glide. The reason is the Glide "glides" right past the plaque and food build up leaving the teeth unclean. The un waxed floss is not for the faint of heart and will take a few weeks to get used to. It is harder to use because it "grips" the teeth and you do have to use a sawing left to right motion to get it between some close teeth. But, it's way worth the effort. After months of using the un waxed, I don't even think about it!
5. I used to use the Sonicare for years but my friend convinced me that the Oral-B Triumph cleans better and it does if you do the research. This model also has a handy 4 stage 30 second prompt so you don't have to wonder "did I brush good enough". It tells you when you are done!
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I've never been totally sold on the notion of fluoride keeping your teeth from developing cavities, probably because the scientific evidence behind it is so ambiguous and under-exemplified. Not that I'd call myself a full-blown conspiracist, but I do find the notion of fluoride being inserted into municipal water supplies a bit odd(?) since the research typically shoes that topical application of sodium fluoride helps harden tooth enamel, as opposed to ingestion. I also tend to feel better about using health products that err on the side of natural (i.e. no artificial chemicals which I can't pronounce).

That said, I'm also someone with pretty bad teeth which I can thank my mother for. At 23, I've got one molar gone and another one capped, and I didn't feel like going through any of that again (or losing any more of my natural teeth), so I decided to start using this mouthwash as a part of my oral hygiene routine in place of the Tom's mouthwash I'd been using (which did little else beside fight breath odor).

After using this mouthwash for about a month, I have to admit that I am surprised at how different my teeth feel— they are considerably smoother to the touch, almost as if the surface enamel has been polished/smoothed out. I've also noticed that several spots, particularly on my front teeth, which were decalcified, have considerably diminished in appearance— they seem to be fading away and blending in with the rest of the color of the tooth. I can only presume that this is due to remineralization that has been brought about by using this mouthwash every night before bed.
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At my dental cleaning in Dec 12 my dentist told me I had some soft spots.
He told me to start using Act.
I didn't want to do a review until I had used the product for a while and...
Six months later, I had my six month exam, x rays, cleaning and my soft spots are gone.
Yayy....ACT rules.
Recommended.
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I volunteered as a patient for a dental student who was trying to pass his dental exam to become a dentist, and he and his professor recognized immediately that I was using a fluoride mouthwash!

I've been using this mouthwash for the last two years, and it has done wonders to my teeth. I actually only started using it because my roommate insists on using a Brita filter for water instead of boiling water, and I was worried about the loss of fluoride from filtered water.

Anyway, my teeth feels more polished, and my breath feels more refreshed. I can't speak for its anti-cavities property because I haven't gotten a cavity since I was a kid, but I really recommend this mouthwash. It doesn't sting as bad as Listerine, and it definitely feels like there's an improvement in my teeth, unlike with Colgate or Crest mouthwash (yes, I've tried them all).
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Recommended by my dentist.... ...my checkups are getting better, but I'm also doing more self-oral care in general, e.g., more frequent and thorough flossing, switching to electric toothbrushing, never missing regular hygienist cleanings, etc. Anyway, whatever, recommend following your professional's recommendation.

Far cheaper and less painful than dental work.... ...and after $30,000 the last 7 years, I know something about what dental work can cost.
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