Monday, July 18, 2016

Now You Can Get Instant Fresh Breath With Swish Breath Spray

Over the weekends I get a package from Unilab that has Swish Breath Spray products. Then I remember that I signed-up to one the Unilab's Campaign. All I know was it was a mouthwash, but it’s not, and I get surprised to see the Swish Breath Spray.

So I thought that it’s something new and something to try from Swish.

Since it was a breath spray, I thought of something to  eat that day like pizzas and garlic bread before I try it to know how effective it was.

Well, poor oral hygiene is one of the major causes of bad breath because bacteria can build up beneath or in between of our teeth. Tongue and gums can produce gases, which can lead to gum disease and tooth decay.

What if you are outside your home, and you eat food that contains strong flavor? What will you do, if you have meeting after that and no time to brush your teeth? Or perhaps after you take some pumps on your cigar?

I think, it could be a major problem. But fret no more because after trying out the Swish Breath Spray, I will recommend to you friends to use it and bring this handy spray on your pocket.

Why? Because,

- It can help you save the day.
- Giving you a fresh breath instantly in just 10 seconds.
- Very convenient.
- Economical (For only Php99 trial price).
- It can last up to 100 sprays

I should know because I tried it first hand and in just one to two sprays I got an instant fresh breath. One thing I love about it was, it has a nice flavored such as Peppermint Fresh and Arctic Chill.


What it actually does is, it quickly kills the germs and bacteria in your mouth to eliminate bad breath caused by eating, drinking and smoking. Don't worry, it's alcohol-free and sugar-free!


Like what I mention earlier Swish Breath Spray comes in two flavors:

- Peppermint Fresh
- Arctic Chill

How to use it:

Spray 1 to 2 pumps into your mouth to freshen breath instantly.


Warning: Avoid spraying into eyes. If contact occurs, flush with water instantly. If irritation persist, call a doctor. Keep out of reach of children.

Want to share to you also this video for a more confident story with #SayItWithSwish. Enjoy!


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