Mouth Kote is the first and only dry mouth (xerostomia) product containing Yerba Santa in an exclusive, patented formulation. MouthKote also contains xylitol, which has been documented in the scientific literature to prevent tooth decay. MouthKote also has no sugar or alcohol, and has a pleasant lemon-lime flavor. It relieves dry mouth conditions caused by medications, disease, surgery, irradiation, Sjogren's Syndrome and aging. Mouth Kote is also the dry mouth remedy preferred by many vocalists and performing artists.
- Relieves dry mouth and moisturizes gently & naturally
- Pleasant lemon-lime taste
- Creates a homogenous layer of moisture
- Naturally sweetened with Xylitol
- Sugar-free, Alcohol-free
- Non-prescription; does not interfere with any medications or medical treatments
- Not tested on animals
- Recommended by medical and dental professionals.
- Helping patients with dry mouth since 1987
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May: more than a year ago
I have dry mouth as a side effect of my medication. I bought Mouth Kote because reviewers said it was better than other oral hydration products. I did not find that this spray lasted very long and I had to use more than what was stated in the instructions on the bottle. I will be trying products from other brands to compare effectiveness.
Shonna: more than a year ago
Not a fan, I just don't like the taste! Cannot describe it either, except to say it does not resemble lemon or lime, just a bit of a bitter chemical tasting thing going on. It does add some moisture to the mouth, but I like another brand found here that tastes like sweet oranges.
Trish: more than a year ago
I guess I'm the 2nd person who did not like this product. Firstly, the box was half soaked thru as the contents had leaked. Secondly, and more importantly, I REALLY did not like the taste of this spray! This is subjective, of course, but after carefully following instructions and spraying in my mouth 4 times, the taste was so awful that I will not be using it again. Too bad as it does contain xylitol which I try to use as much as possible.