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If you miss spending your summer days with nothing but time to kill and a packet of Pop Rocks, then you’ll be happy to find these Effervescent Breath Crystals, which attack halitosis with the ferocity of that sweet, crackling candy. The science rests on a mix of bacteria-fighting ingredients that, when in contact with germ-filled teeth and gums, erases the effects of embarrassing odors caused by things like coffee, onions, and garlic with a series of mini-mouth explosions.
My initial thought was that they were regular mints. To my surprise, when I popped a handful of these crystals in my mouth they started crackling. Kind of reminds me of candy and not so much a fresh breath product. Not my cup of tea, will stick with my altoids.3
It's okay, but wasn't a great breath freshener. I wouldn't buy.3
I received the lemon mint and spearmint in my birchbox this month. It was like pop rocks in your mouth. Very interesting product. It did make my mouth all minty.4
I really didn't like this product. The taste is like a minty pop rocks, and the action of swishing it around and rubbing it on my teeth was really gross. Its like spreading sugar all over your mouth and teeth. I didn't do the research to see what these crystals actually contain but they are way too sweet.1
I loved the peppermint flavor. It's like a fun little party in your mouth, and they really leave you with fresh breath and feeling clean. Not as big a fan of the honey flavored.5
My grandma had bought these before and they were fun but not something I would buy.4
I loved this product! It really worked and is a fun alternative to gum and mints.5
Interesting product, however I wouldn't purchase this for my own use.2
I felt like a kid again with pop rocks! In addition to being fun to try, this left me with long-lasting freshness.4
My husband described these as minty pop rocks! I would def have to agree with him. They aren't bad but a tad strange. I don't think I will buy them. I'll stick with normal mints.3