David Boles has done his own review of our TheraBrite teeth whitening line on his blog RelationShaping. At the risk of sounding a bit biased, this is a really thorough, educational and entertaining review – definitely worth reading. Go here to read the entire thing and to learn more about David Boles. Just to give you a sneak peak, he covers the topics of medication, beverage choice and his initial difficulty with the whitening trays – but not to worry. “Luckily, the TheraBrite folk know you have to experience the gel tray folding onto itself to comprehend how fast you have to move with the pliable, hot, rubber tray to find success — and they include an extra tray — just because they know you’re going to ruin the first one.” On top of all of this, he is sure to let you know “I pay my own way to say that and I spend my own money” to review our products. If you’ve ever considered teeth whitening, definitely check out this review.
Do you know what life with 2 boys is like? If not, then head on over by clicking here to read Danielle’s TheraBreath review and giveaway. She took the time to review our TheraBreath’s Mouth-Wetting Lozenges, TheraBreath Oral Rinse, and Toothpaste. She proves the point that we are always trying to get across – strong, minty flavors in your oral care products doesn’t mean that they are working effectively. In her review she writes, “I was a little skeptical at first because I expected everything to be very minty and overpowering but I was wrong. The toothpaste and oral rinse have a mild minty flavor and are not over powerful at all!” One of the products was perhaps a bit too strong for her, but you’ll have to pay life with 2 boys a visit to find out which one.
Semmes Savers has posted its TheraBreath review and giveaway. Enter now for a chance to win a full size bottle of our oral rinse and a tube of our TheraBreath toothpaste. Tara breaks down her review of our oral rinse, lozenges and toothpaste with photos. Along with trying the products herself, she also had her husband try them out. She writes, “I really enlisted the hubby’s assistance in this review. He smokes plus he talks a lot at work (he’s a supervisor) so I figured that he would really be able to help me in a lot of ways. So, I had him use the products for a week and give me his thoughts to compile with mine so that I could give y’all not only my opinion on these products, but an actual review of how they work day to day.” What did they think? Head over to Semmes Savers to read for yourself.
The White Whimisies has posted her TheraBreath review and giveaway. This time, she’s giving her readers the scoop on our Multi Symptom Probiotics. What did she think of it? Go here to find out and enter her giveaway for a box of our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. Just to give you a little taste, she discusses in her review our easy to understand instructions for the seven day treatment. “The package is really nice with the days marked, so you can be sure you have done that particular treatment.”
April has returned, this time doing her second review featuring our new Multi Symptom Probiotics on her blog My Fitness World. Go here to get all the detailed instructions and background information on TheraBreath’s probiotics.
The How to Mommy has posted her review and giveaway on our TheraBreath oral rinse, toothpaste and mouth wetting lozenges. We’ll give you a little sneak peak of what she thought of our toothpaste: “To be honest, at first I didn’t enjoy the taste of the toothpaste, though I did find that my breath was incredibly fresh. Then I read on their website that if you are having trouble with a metallic or sour/bitter taste, sprinkle some baking soda on the bristles of your toothbrush, then brush normally. The baking soda helps neutralize any excess acids in your mouth. Once I tried this, I had no complaints with their toothpaste and really enjoyed it. Though it did take a little bit to get used to putting the toothpaste directly onto the dry toothbrush.” Don’t you just love an intelligent woman that does her research? We certainly do! But did she like the rest of our products? Go here to read the rest of the thorough review and to enter her giveaway.
Monica of Girly Girl Giveaways talks about some concerns she had before trying our seven day treatment in her review of our Multi Symptom Probiotic. “When I first opened up the box and read that I would need to mix the powder with water before use I thought it sounded like too much trouble.” That wasn’t her only concern, she goes on to write, “The reason I was concerned because I just had the assumption that it would have a bad taste. I have a very bad gag reflex and if something tastes bad I immediately have to spit it out.” Were her concerns justified or was she happily wrong? You’ll have to go here to read the rest of her charming review to find out and bonus, she’s also hosting a giveaway, so head on over.
Night Owls Perch is back and this time is dishing all about our Multi Symptom Probiotic. She’s also doing a giveaway for a full size box of our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. Along with helpful information, she lets you know what she really thought of the treatment, but we don’t want to spoil the fun. So just click here to read her review and enter her giveaway, it’s a short review so it’ll only take a second.
Andrea’s Thoughts gives her readers a great tip in her review of our oral rinse, toothpaste and lozenges. She writes, “First off, I highly suggest you go to their site [www.TheraBreath.com] and educate yourself with their background and how their products work, because this is not your average toothpaste and hygiene products.” We definitely have to agree, and Andrea definitely did read up on TheraBreath before trying the products. Just to give you a taste, here are some of her thoughts on our toothpaste. “The toothpaste you actually use on your teeth, tongue, roof of your mouth and cheeks. You may notice that your mouth is not left with that minty over powering feeling that some toothpastes leave you with. However that doesn’t mean that your mouth is not clean. In fact, did you know other toothpaste contains all sorts of ingredients that can actually make your mouth dry and cause bad breath? Not Therabreath though, it actually cleans your mouth and eliminates bacteria. I used the Oral Rinse to rinse my mouth after I brush and…” Want to read the rest? C’mon, you know you do. So click here to read the entire thoughtful review.
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