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The way we’ve been downing caffeine lately, we would probably be better off hooking ourselves up to an IV drip of coffee. Great for productivity—not so great for our teeth. Borracha’s Pearly Wipes whiten teeth, minimizing the appearance of coffee, tea, and other stains, and neutralize bad breath, leaving mouths minty-fresh.
I didn't find this product very useful at all. I don't like the idea of having to use it on my mouth and mess up my makeup.1
I would rather just brush my teeth. These are awkward.2
I was pretty excited to try these and was really disappointed. I had a glass of wine, and afterward showed my teeth to everyone in the room. I took out this wipe, swiped my teeth for a FEW MINUTES, and showed again. No change. Plus there was a terrible taste in my mouth from then on out.1
This product smells and tastes rather like baking soda, which I guess it would, giving the description. It is moderately affective after a glass or two of red wine.5
Great idea, but too over priced. I'd rather use my toothbrush.1
What an interesting concept. Followed by an interesting taste. I think it will work for those who can get past the taste.4
I was excited about trying these out, as I love the concept. However, I was disappointed with the taste. I expected a peppermint flavor, but got an unpleasant taste. I would totally buy these if the taste was a little better and more refreshing!!2
I tired ine of the wipes and did not care for it at all.1
I like these wipes, but are they really necessary? A travel toothbrush fits in my purse just as the full size compact of these wipes would & costs a lot less. I like them, but wouldn't buy them.4
The slighy minty flavor of this product was pleasant, but it did not fully cover the other taste, which I assume was the peroxide. So it wasn't a great experience, *but* if I didn't have gum or a mint, this option is definitely better than nothing. It did make my mouth feel a little fresher.2