Christiaan Cardon from Brugge in Belgium has found a solution for the embarrassing problem of bad breath or halitosis.
Cardon has developed a mouth paste that can tackle separate causes of smelly breath.
Sulphite oxidase disintegrates chemicals that have sulphur, such as dihydrogen sulphide, which can lead to bad breath, reports the New Scientist.
The paste also has an enzyme that fights starch and cellulose in between the teeth to remove bacteria.
In addition to this, it also has flavouring that will activate salivation for enzymes to do their work.
Cardon also claims that the paste will be useful for animals, so pets can also have a fresh, clean breath.