Fight Tooth Decay with the Natural Power of New LISTERINE® Natural Green Tea

Tooth decay is among the top oral problems afflicting Filipinos. Specifically, 92.4%[1] of the Philippine population has experienced that paralyzing tooth ache. Causes of tooth decay vary from case to case, but the root cause can be traced to the accumulation of germs in your mouth that brushing teeth alone may leave behind. To thoroughly remove these germs and prevent tooth decay, dentists recommend following a complete oral care routine, which includes brushing, flossing, and rinsing with a mouthwash.

LISTERINE®, the worldwide leader in mouthwash, proudly presents its latest innovation – New LISTERINE® Natural Green Tea, the first and only mouthwash from LISTERINE® that contains natural green tea extract and two times more fluoride[2], for a natural way to fight tooth decay.

Fluoride and green tea are the two key ingredients to this innovation, both of which help to fight tooth decay. Dentists regularly recommend fluoride to fight tooth decay, due to its proven ability to strengthen enamel. Green tea may have established its popularity on the grounds of bodily health, but LISTERINE® recently discovered that green tea can also help fight tooth decay by killing bacteria and strengthening the teeth.

With these two naturally-inspired ingredients and the long-established efficacy of LISTERINE®, the new LISTERINE® Natural Green Tea works in two ways to fight tooth decay. First, it effectively kills 99.9% of the germs that cause tooth decay. Second, it helps shield teeth to prevent the onset of new tooth decay.

Although 95 million Filipinos may currently be suffering from tooth decay, fighting it can now be as simple as a twice-a-day 30-second mouth rinse. With the new LISTERINE® Natural Green Tea, Filipinos can start fighting tooth decay the natural way.

The new LISTERINE® Natural Green Tea is now available in leading supermarkets, drugstores, and department stores for Php70.25 (80ml) and Php166.50 (250ml).

[1] What are the latest dental problems statistics of the Philippines? Department of Health. Accessed February 28, 2012.

[2] Versus other fluoride-containing LISTERINE® variants