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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.
It had a nice flavor to it, which is better than most mouth rinse I've tried. But the powder tend to settle at the bottom of the cup instead of dissolving.4
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 love this idea! They are so portable, and I can't wait to show my second one to my mom, a mouth hygiene fanatic. I definitely want a stock of these in my emergency5
Really nice idea. Keeping one in my purse just in case!5
The convenience of them are great. My husband liked them more this I did.2
I think these are a great idea to carry around in your purse...after all who really carries a toothbrush and paste around? I would love to keep some on hand in my desk at work, in my purse, etc. but I think they are a little pricey so will probably have to pass. After all, I do have a mini toothbrush and toothpaste at work and that will have to do!4
I didn't like the taste. Maybe it is just because I am used to scope but it seemed chalky and not that refreshing.2
This is a great idea -- especially in terms of travel regulations or for the evening date-night clutch without fear of messy spills. You definitely have to mix it well or it can be a tad gritty but overall it worked well. My main problem is the price -- I'd prefer to buy the toothpaste then keep Listerine breath strips in my purse -- but that's just me.3
It is a neat idea to have for work or to take on a trip. I will keep it in mind when I travel this summer.2
Such a great alternative to chomping on gum for an afternoon...great for around the office. Love it!5