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We brush our teeth twice a day without fail, but we always find ourselves in a bit of a bind right after snacks and meals. Since we’re not about to give up snacking, we freshen our breath with these convenient mouthwash packets. They’re filled with a proprietary powder that neutralizes odors while gently removing surface stains—just add water to the pouch to create a single-dose rinse.
Ewies. It was different, and an interesting addition to the box, but honestly, it weirded me out. The idea of mixing water in with the powder to make a liquid to rinse my mouth out with, just grossed me out. Someone else might think that they are very useful. Me, I just didn't see the point of it. If I really wanted to use a mouthwash on the go I would by a little travel size of mouthwash from target and carry that around with me.1
I was excited to try these because I like the idea of individual mouthwashes. However, I couldn't figure out how to actually make sure it was all mixed in. It just says to swirl it, so I swirled it and guess that it was mixed in. When I rinsed my mouth, it felt like the powder was sticking to all of my teeth. At the bottom of the packet there was a lot of leftover powder that never got mixed in.1
Sorry- I tried to like it but it was sort of gross. I would rather have nice DELUXE samples, like advertised, as opposed to these extras.1
These mouth rinses are nice for when you are without a toothbrush or a piece of gum. I did not like the gritty feeling, but I did enjoy the somewhat fresh taste these left. I rinsed out the packet 3 or 4 times, and there was still some powder in the bottom of the packet. I'm have not used these religiously enough to know if they truly do whiten teeth, but I'm skeptical.2
I was really excited to get this in my birch box, but when I used it it let a terrible and unclean taste in my mouth. Also did not feel like it freshened my breath at all2
I had gotten a sample of this in one of my birch boxes and was thrilled when I used it. It did everything that it said it would. If it tasted a bit better, not so much like baking soda, I would love it. The problem came when I ordered a box of them... When I received them I was disappointed, the ones I ordered were hard as a rock and wouldn't break up at all. It was clumpy and not powdery like it was supposed to be. Also, it didn't completely dissolve like the one I had gotten originally. What a waste of money
While it is a nice idea, i don't see myself running to the bathroom to go wash my mouth out in public. Especially when I have my toddler in tow. A stick of gum is just more convenient - no water needed.2
I like the concept but didn't care for the taste or feel of it in my mouth. I guess it would be better than nothing if you were in a pinch after having a garlicky lunch but I think I'll stick to breath mints.2
Wasn't a big fan of this product, although it sounds like a great idea in theory. It had a rather "salty" taste, as many whitening products do, and found that it was a little tricky to get the water to mix with the powder in the packet.2
I can see it would be convenient for some, but it's not something I have a need for.2