I was introduced to OraMD. It's an all-natural liquid toothpaste, mouth rinse and breath freshener. The ingredients will kill the 22 harmful bacteria that lead to gum disease and other oral health problems.
I received a bottle to review. First thing out of the box that I noticed is the size. I thought that it couldn't possibly last that long because the bottle is so small. It almost reminds me of the type of bottles of medicine my mom used to treat our scrapes. It brought back memories. Reading through the instructions, I find out that it only takes 2 to 5 drops. This tiny bottle will last a long time cause you only use a teeny bit at a time.
It is liquid and made from pure ingredients that include Natural Almond, Spearmint and Peppermint oils. The first time I tried it, I used 5 drops because it just didn't seem like it was enough, but when I used it, I realized how powerful it was. The mints are extremely powerful. I'd actually recommend sticking with the 2 drops at a time. I found that while brushing my teeth, I needed to avoid getting it directly on my tongue because it was so strong. Once I used it for about a week, I had a good system down for brushing without getting it directly on my tongue. They recommend a 4 step method that includes using it mixed with water to make a mouth rinse, but I found that just swishing water through my mouth that already had OraMD in it, that was plenty to reach all those small areas that the tooth brush didn't.
Because of it's small size, you can take it with you easily in your purse or bag. Use a drop with a mouthful of water to freshen up your breath.
Overall, I am pleased with the product. I am glad that I have preserved and kept using it. Now I'm more used to the taste and it's not nearly as powerful as when I first started using it. It really does leave you with super fresh breath. I feel like one of those gum commercials where the lady is blowing cold air and freezing everything with her supersonic fresh breath after I use it. My only downfall is getting used to the power of the product.
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