About bad breath ...

April 1, 2000
Studies show that volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) are the culprits in most cases of bad breath. VSCs are the result of human and bacterial cellular degradation. The amount of VSCs increases in direct proportion to the extent or severity of periodontal disease. VeraFresh products are said to effectively eliminate VSCs. VeraFresh uses ZyDox® stabilized chlorine dioxide in the form of a mouthrinse. Vera Fresh oxidizes sulfur compounds, eliminating odor rather than masking it with a strong pe

Studies show that volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) are the culprits in most cases of bad breath. VSCs are the result of human and bacterial cellular degradation. The amount of VSCs increases in direct proportion to the extent or severity of periodontal disease. VeraFresh products are said to effectively eliminate VSCs. VeraFresh uses ZyDox® stabilized chlorine dioxide in the form of a mouthrinse. Vera Fresh oxidizes sulfur compounds, eliminating odor rather than masking it with a strong perfume.

VeraFresh offers a 100 percent, money-back guarantee.

For more details, contact Kiva Enterprises, Inc. at (561) 703-6300 or visit www.verafresh.com.

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