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The enzymes in saliva act as mouthwash, constantly cleansing our teeth, tongue and gums.
Be aware of the presence of ethanol in hand sanitizers, mouthwash and some OTC cough/cold products.
Less advisable: Using mouthwash as toner, since its alcohol content can be drying.
Items urgently needed include black, tan or brown crew-length socks, body wash, razors, mouthwash, dental floss, Q-tips, tissues, sewing kits, citronella bands, five-hour energy drinks, beef jerky and corn nuts.
It was actually used more commonly to cure gonorrhea, until it was finally turned into mouthwash.
His mouthwash also contains HA and has zero alcohol in it, which can make your gums recede.
Ana Hincapie, an assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati, says items such as mouthwash or vitamins can present a danger to young children.
Police said the dog may have ingested beer, liquor and mouthwash, but more testing is necessary to determine what intoxicants were in the animal's system.
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