Scope is a brand of mouthwash made by Procter & Gamble. It was introduced in 1966, and for many years has been positioned in the marketplace as the purportedly better-tasting alternative to Listerine, the longtime dominant mouthwash product.
Originally available only in mint flavor, Scope is still currently available in original mint (green), but also in a peppermint (blue) & new Scope White. The Citrus Splash flavor was discontinued due to insufficient demand to meet the slightly higher cost of production. There is a new Scope Outlast and a new logo; the old logo on the scope mouthwash is still on sale in available stores. Scope also manufactures "Dual-Blast" mouthwash, which is claimed to remove odors such as garlic and onion from the mouth and throat.
On March 26, 2013 Scope introduced a viral video campaign for a bacon flavored mouthwash. It was intended as an April Fools' Day joke.
Dual-Blast mouthwash, Outlast Mini-Brush, Outlast Breath Mist (Manufactured by OraLabs, Inc.), Outlast Mouthwash Long Lasting Mint and Peppermint, Original Mint, and Scope white mouthwash (claimed to whiten teeth)
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