SoCalledMom.com is “a comical view of motherhood as told by a first time mom…” Crinthia, the blog’s proud owner has posted her TheraBreath Review and Giveaway. Check out the entire review and enter her free giveaway here. Crinthia received three products from us: TheraBreath Oral Rinse, Toothpaste and TheraBreath’s Mouth-Wetting Lozenges. She tried them out for an entire month, so be sure to find out what she thinks of our products. She even noticed a change in color of her teeth while using our toothpaste. “While using the toothpaste, I have noticed that my teeth are at least two shades whiter.” We love hearing that!
Lulu over at Knits and Reads really did her research! She even included an excerpt from our Bad Breath Bible in her review and giveaway for TheraBreath. You can download your FREE copy here: www.therabreath.com/ebook.asp. In one part of her review, she discusses our toothpaste. “At first I was rather unsure about the toothpaste, I’m so used to being hit with a blast of mint that this toothpaste seemed rather powerless…Also, interestingly enough, the packaging says to use a DRY toothbrush…WHAT? Well, to do an honest review I followed the directions…The trick here is to solve the problem, not cover it up!” Great job Lulu! She took the time to read the instructions and followed them perfectly. But was that enough? Were our products effective? Read her entire review and enter her giveaway here.
Wakela Runen’s World has posted their review, completely dedicated to our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. Here’s an excerpt: “I don’t know about you, but I know that some of the medicines that I take leave my mouth dry and nasty tasting. Sometimes it seems that no matter how many times I brush, I just can’t get that sensation out of my mouth. And the mints that covered that taste were so strong that they took my breath away but still left my mouth feeling dry.” Were our mints any different? Or did they just leave Norma’s mouth still feeling dry with the taste of medicine? You’ll have to go here to read the entire thing to find out.