Brush your teeth at least twice daily to remove plaque and bacteria that cause bad breath. Use a tongue scraper or brush to clean your tongue, as it can harbour odour-causing bacteria.
Flossing helps remove food particles and plaque from between your teeth, which can contribute to bad breath.
Rinsing your mouth with an antimicrobial mouthwash can help to kill bacteria and freshen your breath.
Drink plenty of water throughout the day to keep your mouth moist and reduce the likelihood of bad breath caused by dry mouth.
Chewing sugar-free gum stimulates saliva production, which helps wash away bacteria and odour-causing particles.
Prepare a mouth rinse using natural ingredients like peppermint or tea tree oil diluted in water. These have antibacterial properties that can freshen your breath.
Gargle with a mixture of water and apple cider vinegar to create an acidic environment that prevents bacterial growth and reduces bad breath.
Chew on a few cloves or make a mouthwash by boiling them in hot water. Cloves have antibacterial properties that combat bad breath.
Chew on fresh herbs like parsley, mint, or cilantro. They contain chlorophyll, which acts as a natural breath freshener.
Rinse your mouth with a mixture of lemon juice and water to help eliminate bacteria and freshen your breath.