Bad breath has been a major problem for many, it is often caused by bacteria build up, which can lead to plaque and gum disease. But soon with the evolution of technology, this problem will be solved. You can now measure exactly how bad your breath is, thanks to a new device by Phillips! The Sonicare Breath care kit, is a smart device that measures and tracks your breath and helps you improve your breath and health.
The Sonicare Breath Care is a kit with an analyzer, a tongue brush, and also a tongue spray. It also features an app which when paired with the analyzer you will have a complete set of tools that helps you kill bad breath bacteria. Additionally, it’s regular readings enables you to track the progress of your improvement and learn what factors are affecting your breath.
This device is pretty easy to use and it takes just a couple of minutes, all you need do is to close your mouth for a few seconds, then insert the device in your mouth for a few more seconds, after this is done a reading is sent over to the app via Bluetooth.
It also comes with a TongueCare+ brush, since the surface of the tongue is the place where bacteria settle mostly, the tongue brush will be needed to get rid of the bacteria settling there, it has a high density of micro-bristles designed to break up and clean hard-to-reach bacteria from your tongue.
The suggested retail price of this device is $119, and soon you should start seeing the Sonicare Breath care kit at stores near you.
Philips is a Dutch technology company headquartered in Amsterdam with primary divisions focused in the areas of electronics, healthcare and lighting. It was founded in Eindhoven in 1891, by Gerard Philips and his father Frederik. It is one of the largest electronics companies in the world and employs around 105,000 people across more than 60 countries.
As of 2012, Philips was the largest manufacturer of lighting in the world measured by applicable revenues. In 2013, the company announced the sale of the bulk of its remaining consumer electronics operations to Japan’s Funai Electric Co, but in October 2013, the deal to Funai Electric Co was broken off and the consumer electronics operations remain under Philips. Philips said it would seek damages for breach of contract in the US$200-million sale. In April 2016, the International Court of Arbitration ruled in favour of Philips, awarding compensation of €135 million in the process.