SportsFresh 2-Pack


  • Quantity: 2 bottles
  • Volume: 10ml per bottle
  • Lasts: 60 days if used twice daily
  • Ship Weight: 0.25lb
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Sold By: EverSmile, Inc.


  • The only on-the-go sports guard cleaner
  • Cleans when it matters the most
  • Kills bacteria caused during high impact activity

EverSmile® SportsFresh™ is a patent pending breath freshening and sports guard cleaning spray that kills bacteria that cause bad breath and tooth decay. Never put a bacteria covered sports guard in your mouth again. Perfect for before or after sporting activities.

All it takes is 3 simple steps:

1. 1-2 Sprays
2. Place in Mouth
3. Spit Excess
On-The-Go Instructions
Spray 1-2 pumps into mouth guard and then place mouth guard into mouth. Spit out excess.
Optional Soaking Instructions
Remove sports guard from mouth and spray both sides thoroughly. Allow to sit for 60 seconds then place in mouth or store. Rinsing with water is optional.
Water, hydrogen peroxide, glycerine, PVP, PEG, sucralose, sodium citrate, sodium benzoate, etidronic acid, mentha arvensis (mint) oil.
  • Sports Guard Cleaning On-The-Go
  • Before & After Sports Games
  • While Storing Sports Guard

Does EverSmile SportsFresh cause tooth sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity has never been reported with the proper use of EverSmile SportsFresh when used as directed. If sensitivity does occur reduce usage to once per day and consult your orthodontist.

How many times per day can I use EverSmile SportsFresh?

EverSmile SportsFresh can be used safely up to 6 times per day.

How long does one bottle of EverSmile SportsFresh last?

Each 10ml bottle will last approximately 30 days if used 3 times daily.

Is this product safe to use while pregnant?

As with any tooth whitening product, EverSmile SportsFresh cannot be recommended while pregnant.

Why was SportsFresh developed?

SportsFresh was developed to kill unwanted harmful bacteria that grow on untreated sports guards. SportsFresh uses a patent pending formula consisting of hydrogen peroxide and cleaning agents. Hydrogen peroxide kills bacteria that causes bad breath and tooth decay.


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