The common reasons causing AllerPops to fail include:

  • Excessive oral hygiene
    • Mouthwash
    • Tongue scraping
    • Antibacterial chemical application on teeth and gum, such as tea leaf oil, hydrogen peroxide,
    • Brushing more than twice a day
    • Flossing more than once a day
    • Using toothpaste with antibiotics
    • Interfering by residue antibacterial chemical in toothpaste
  • Failed to follow the procedure
    • Using the pops not at the optimal time
    • Not keeping in the mouth long enough, at least 45 minutes
  • Others
    • Interference from gut probiotic deficiency
    • Interference from skin probiotic deficiency
    • Atypical microbiome structure not responding to AllerPops
    • Genetics