Fresh-Tips® | Freshen your Breath without Gum or Mints...or a Toothbrush!

To me, nothing is worse than having to talk to someone who has bad breath. I honestly don't know why they don't excuse themselves and do something about it instead of standing there and continue talking making me want to cover my nose and not breathe! Some may not actually notice their bad breath, but I honestly do not see how anyone can miss their bad breath---I know when I have it!

I know it would be awkward for everyone to pull a toothbrush out, in public, and start brushing their teeth, but not if everyone used Fresh-Tips®. Twirling around a little peppermint pop might just be the thing to inconspicuously do to freshen up your breath!

Dr. Deborah Luis, a dentist from South Florida, along with her husband Rene Luis, founded Fresh-Tips®. The portable mouth freshener is a disposable toothbrush about two-inches long, which contain rubber bristles and a xylitol* mint to cleanse the mouth, teeth, tongue, and gums.

You are brushing everything inside your mouth with a little rubber ball--- Fresh-Tips® promotes fresh breath and oral health, and plus, they are just fun to use. Just take them out of their plastic wrap and brush a way and then "chew the mint" after brushing!

They are small enough to throw in your purse or brief case, or in our case our beach bag. Yes, we took them on vacation with us and used them while at the beach! Gotta have fresh breath while on vacation with my hubby!

The Peppermint flavor has a toothpick and the age recommendation is ages 10 and up; their Bubblegum flavor (without a toothpick) can be used with ages 3 and up with parent supervision. The flavoring is safe for kids of all ages.

So stop using gum and mints to cover up bad breath---use Fresh-Tips® instead!

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*What is Xylitol?
Xylitol is a naturally occurring sweetener that can be extracted from fruits and vegetables and used like sugar. Its chemical structure has five carbons, whereas sugar has six carbons. Xylitol looks and tastes like sugar, but it’s not sugar! It is a low calorie sweetener with only 2.4 calories per gram (one-third the calories as sugar).

Disclosure: I was given the product featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.

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