I'm not a big one for mouth wash, but my partner is, and so I was happy to agree to review Dentyl Active for him mainly. It became apparent within days that actually the bottles were going down a lot quicker than expected, so the taste gets a thumbs up from some of our teenagers too. I have to say I actually like the Smooth Mint variety myself - not so much the Fresh Clove though - my partner and oldest child were left to fight over that one by themselves. What I found though, is that filling your mouth with mouthwash actually decreases the time it takes to be wide awake quite considerably. In fact, I'd go so far as to say it really wakes you up.
Dentyl Active claims to posess magical properties, or maybe it's just chemicals, but either way it helps lift plaque from your teeth and gums and you can actually see that spat out into the sink. I tried to photograph it, but didn't have enough light, so you'll have to trust me - and probably thank me. This magic only works if you give it a good shake before you pour and rinse.
Unlike other mouthwashes we've tried, Dentyl Active is alcohol-free, which is great for my partner as his mouth is quite sensitive, so this is more gentle and won't irritate his gums.
Dentyl Active has the seal of approval from the older members of my household (it's unsuitable for children under 6). Both flavours are really well done, although the Clove is really a love it/hate it, and I can't get used to the idea of my mouth tasting like that, although my partner thinks it's brilliant. The freshness does stay for hours, and it really does appear to do what it says on the bottle. It also does not contain the chemical which we've found my partner's previous regular mouthwash contained, which can actually stain your teeth brown. We'll definitely buy more.
Dentyl Active is available at Chemists and supermarkets UK wide, and retails at around £3.30-£3.50 for a 500ml bottle. You can find out more technical and scientific information on their website.