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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.
I loved this product! I have a really hard time finding a product that does not irritate my tongue. It was sort of like eating adult pop rocks. Fun and Fresh!3
I love the concept of this product, it's unique and my husband and I both enjoyed this product!5
Interesting product and made my breath really great for a while4
Pop Rocks never really did it for me as a child, so I'll stick with my sugar free gum.3
I liked these mints, the flavors were really nice. I am not sure how effective the "popping" is, i didn't feel like my teeth were super clean or anything. The instructions telling you to "swish" the product in your mouth is kind of gross. Compared to other drugstore mints i think these work about the same.3
I was a little skeptical of these before trying them but they were great! They felt a little bit like Pop Rocks which was fun. Also I am not a gum chewer so this is a nice alternative.5
I am not a fan of pop rocks and therefore didn't like this product. Besides the popping, the flavor was nice and it was effective.3
I did like this product. The taste was great, it was a new and different experience for me. I use a different product. But I would not shy away from suggesting this to others.1
I just didn't like it, some of the crystals were too big and didn't really pop, left a weird aftertaste.1
I think this product could be very effective. I personally found the texture to be awkward and not desirable in the future.1