Lovin’ Swish This Season Of Love

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my Valentine showing the remnant of his not-so-ordinary day

Being a mum knows no season. And, yes, even in this heartwarming season of Love {which we never celebrate at home, anyway} our mum duties come first. We were having quite a very interesting, not to mention just a tad stressful, Valentine’s Day, but it was a good thing I can count on Swish to make sure I have clean and fresh breath as I whisk myself and the little man off to one eventful day! I know Jared was also feeling the pressure that day, too, so I made sure I took him out on our very own Valentine’s date in his favorite restaurant, after all the hullabaloo.

Swish Mouthwash in a nutshell

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Our friends from Unilab generously sent me this Swish package recently and just in time, too! Nothing beats keeping someone brimming with confidence than having fresh breath, won’t you agree, as it makes you feel ready to face every task or challenge at hand while managing to put on a winning smile! ūüôā

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I made a review of the Swish Mouthwash products not too long ago and I really enjoy using the different variants they have available, including the handy and convenient Breath Spray and the Mangosteen Mint, Peppermint Fresh and Cinnamon Blast Mouth Wash varieties.  This time around, Innovitelle, Inc. came out with yet another new and exciting mouth wash flavor that is simply a must-try ~ the Icy Choco Mint Mouthwash!

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Product Review: Get Fresh Breath In A Swish

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Swish product range

I had great experience using Swish Mouthwash before, so when a dear blogger friend asked me if she can send over Swish products in exchange for my honest review, I readily agreed. You’d think I won’t have to worry about keeping my breath fresh since I stay at home all day, anyway, you’d think I can simply brush my teeth whenever I need to, right? Oh well, I love to prove you wrong. Frequent brushing, after all, can also take its toll on our chompers by damaging the enamel that protects our teeth from cavity and decay, so I can only do it at least twice or three times a day max. On those times when I feel like I could use a fresher breath, I use mouthwash after brushing, especially at night, before going to bed.

Keeping a good oral hygiene is also a must for mums like me since I would like to pass on the habit to my son. Not to mention, tooth decay is really nasty that I do not want  to pass that on to my dear little man. I simply want healthy teeth and fresher breath, especially when I am cuddling and kissing Jared all day long!

Swish Products in a nutshell

Innovitelle, Inc., an umbrella organization of Unilab Inc. send me the following Swish items to sample:

  • Mouthwash Arctic Chill 60ml
  • Mouthwash Peppermint Fresh 60ml
  • Mouthwash Cinnamon Blast 250ml
  • Moutnwash Mangosteen Mint 250ml
  • Swish Breath Spray in Arctic Chill and Peppermint Fresh variants

I have tried the regular variants of their Mouthwash but I am having second thoughts about the Cinnamon Blast and Mangosteen Mint flavors. But guess what? I gave it a shot and I liked them, am now using the Mangosteen Mint variety after every brush. So do not be put off by the fancy names, these variants work as well as the regular mouthwash you use!

Anatomy of Swish Breath Spray 

What’s not to like about the Swish Breath Spray? It keeps your breath fresh in an instant and it’s so handy, mums can use it while on-the-go. With two pumps, it gives you instant fresh breath in just 10 seconds! What’s even better is that its absolutely alcohol and sugar free. It is perfect for quick breath fix and quickly kills germs and bacteria in our mouth which can be caused by eating, drinking or smoking. Am actually giving my other sample to Jared’s dad for him to try!

By the way, a bottle of Swish Breath Spray retails at Php105 and can last up to 100 sprays, so it is very economical, too. It is available in Arctic Chill and Peppermint Fresh variants.

Mum’s two cents

What I love about Swish mouth wash is that they are alcohol-free so they have no sting like your usual mouth wash. I can gargle for up to 20 seconds with no sting or uncomfortable feeling in my mouth. The mouthwash also comes in ready-to-use formula so there is no need to add water into it, just pour about 20 ml on the cap and you are good to go!  I bet even bigger kids will like them, too, so they are ideal mouthwash for the entire family!  To help me keep fresh longer, I use it twice a day, once in the morning and at night.

Putting stock on our oral hygiene will not only be beneficial to us as we prevent bad breath, plaque build up and gingivitis, but will also work to our children’s advantage in the long run, so make it a habit to be a good example and start with a very exemplary oral hygiene. With Swish products, doing just that is easy-breezy!¬† ūüėÄ

Swish products are available in all leading supermarkets, drugstores and convenience stores nationwide. For more information about the company and their products, do not forget to add them on Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/swish.mouthwash.

Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post. I was sent free products for review purposes, however, opinions and views stated here are 100% my own.

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Things To Do This Summer: Book A Dentist Appointment

Visiting the dentist,¬†Orem Dentist¬†or others located locally, is one of the top things on my agenda this month and since school is out, I bet it was also included in most mums and children’s summary of things to do this summer, given that they can do this on an ordinary school day when both mums and children are buys with a gazillion of school-related things to do. It is in my agenda, too, and if I get lucky and find a pediatric dentist, I will most definitely book my little man for his very first dental appointment real soon.

The last time I visited the dentist was when I was a few months into my pregnancy. I know! It was ages ago that is why I am putting this on top of my list of things-to-do this month. I have actually planned to do this earlier this year, but since there is just no way I can sit still in a dentist’s chair while keeping an eye on my¬†rambunctious¬†little man, I put the plan off for the longest time. However there is no way I can put this off for much longer as my¬†teeth are now screaming for a dentist. I will not go into the gory details now lest I put you off and leave this page at once, but I know that after missing all my dentist appointments, my chompers need a considerable amount of cleaning and scraping here and there to keep them happy.

Unfortunately not most people miss their dental appointment due to lack of time. Some people, grown ups even, deliberately miss visiting their dentist for fear of actual going. They dread the humming instruments the dentist use to clean their teeth and the mere thought of sitting in a dentist’s chair for an hour or two, gives them the shivers. Oh well, it wasn’t the most pleasant of experience, true. But, think of the many good things you can get from visiting your dentist and I am sure the nervous feeling and the jitters will be gone.

The initiative to go to the dentist will set as a positive example to young children, who are most likely to be more afraid than most grown up. A sign showing that mum is excite to visit the dentist will give him the impression that a dentist’s office is probably a good place to visit. Apart from having your chompers cleaned, eliminating tooth decay, or getting rid of damaged teeth, thereby improving your smile and boosting your confidence, too, ¬†you can also get a chock-full of great oral hygiene tips from the dentist on how you can care for your pearly whites, and if you are lucky, you might just even get free toothpaste and toothbrush samples, too!

This is a sponsored post however, all the points and views are 100% my own.

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