Improper brushing and flossing can leave behind an accumulation of food debris that can rot and harbour bacteria causing your breath to smell.
The food you consume can impact your breath. Strong odour foods like spices or garlic can linger in your mouth, while coffee can dry off the mouth causing bacteria to stay around for longer.
Infections in your throat or nose can also contribute to bad breath. When bacteria feeds on excessive mucus it produces a foul-smell causing you to have bad breath.
Source: Silva, M., Leite, F., Ferreira, L., Pola, N., Scannapieco, F., Demarco, F. and
Nascimento, G., 2017. Estimated prevalence of halitosis: a systematic review
and meta-regression analysis. Clinical Oral Investigations.
Brush at least twice a day, with a pea-sized amount of toothpaste.
Use Darlie Wide Clean Charcoal for a total cleansing experience!
Floss once a day before you sleep to get rid of the in-between gunks!
Rinse with water or mouthwash after every meal if you’re unable to brush.
1Refers to strengthening of the enamel layer on the tooth surface.
^Based on Callisons USA source.
#Based on the anti-bacterial efficacy test result of Darlie Double Action series toothpastes showed more than 99.9% reduction of oral bacteria.