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A Foodie's Secret Weapon

Breath spray and mouthwash! Hahaha. Kidding aside, oral hygiene is a must for everyone but most especially to foodies since we don't always have the luxury of brushing our teeth after eating in a restaurant. Imagine that you've been eating a lot of pizza, pesto, aioli, chicken curry, shawarma, even isaw (chicken instestines) and other food. Can you just imagine the burst of flavors on your breath if you did not brush your teeth?

Well, thanks to Unilab for this lipstick-sized breath spray that you can easily place inside your purse or pocket. Your breath stays fresh after a spray or two of this arctic chill flavored Swish breath spray.



And the timing was perfect because my pack of Swish (mouthwash and breath spray) arrived a few hours before I'm off to a pizza feast at Benito's Kitchen. I've tried the breath spray yesterday when I ate ton's of pizza in and I must say that it my breath feels clean, sans the pizza smell. :)


The mangosteen mint mouthwash is also easy to use since you don't need to add water. Simply gargle about 20ml of the mouthwash for about 30 seconds and your mouth will feel clean.





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