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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 care for this product. It was very awkward trying to wipe my teeth and even though it was a pleasant taste..it was not very lasting.2
These take away that 'fuzzy' feeling from your teeth and temporarily brighten them. If anything they boost your confidence if you are feeling self conscious about your teeth or breath. Convenient little case can easy be tossed in your purse, just don't confuse the as something else, once out of the box the case has no specific branding on it...could be confused for any sort of wipe.4
Great idea and a great packaging concept especially for us coffee drinkers. I really like that it has a fresh minty taste.4
I was not impressed with this product. I am a dental assistant and felt they really didn't do what they stated they would do. Awkward to use, wipes got twisted in my mouth. I did not like the the taste either, was not refreshing.2
It felt awkward wiping my teeth with a cloth... These wipes made my teeth and mouth feel somewhat fresh but that fresh-feeling didn't last very long. You'd be better off popping a mint or chewing a piece of gum. It's a cute concept, but I'm passing on this one.2
The taste wasn't stellar and trying to fit my hand in my mouth to wipe my teeth down wasn't great either. i'll stick with gum.2
I'm a dental hygienist and I really liked these wipes. In my opinion, they are easy to use and a nice way to freshen up! I've never seen them before...nice surprise:)4
I used these right after drinking a cup of tea and I wasn't very impressed. My teeth didn't feel super refreshed afterwards, likely because the wipes didn't have much texture to them. Nor did they look any brighter. Additionally, I expected them to taste really pepperminty, but they tasted much more like a teeth-whitening treatment. I'd be much more inclined to buy some tiny disposable tooth brushes, as they actually freshen my breath and leave my teeth feeling clean.2
Interesting concept, however, I would rather brush my teeth or pop in a stick of gum after coffee or red wine.1
Didn't really notice a difference but maybe if I drank coffee and wine all the time. Would use if they were free, but wouldn't spend money on it.2