Check Your Breath

June 17, 2009 at 10:08 am 1 comment

Stay away from me, I just ate five cloves of GARLIC!

I love garlic grilled over an open flame, slathered with salt and melted butter. The aroma alone puts a big grin on my face, though it seems to have a reverse effect on the people around me. Their eyebrows furrow as they pinch their nose shut when I try talking to them. Is my breath really that bad?

I need to get this product, Nata de Wash, a mouth rinse that’ll not only freshen your breath in 20 seconds it’ll show you every cruddy little particle in your mouth. Check it out:
The mouth wash contains Nata beans, lemons, tea leaves and Japanese honeysuckle. I first thought Nata beans were related to nata de coco — that cube jelly found in some Japanese drinks — but no, it’s an actual bean native to China and Africa. And it can grow as long as 2 feet! It’s packed with calcium, magnesium and other minerals good for healthy teeth.

And just to make the rinse super tasty, it has xylitol, a popular sugar substitute in Japan that also helps prevents cavities.

But of course, the shock value alone is enough to get me hooked. I love looking under microscopes. So if this let’s me look at gross things, I’d make all my friend buy this mouth wash. Eww, is that a worm?! Brushing teeth my teeth has become all the more fun. (^o^)


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  • 1. Flavor Your Breath « Japanizmo Staff Blog  |  June 23, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    […] of the rainbow comes in a cute little tube, which is especially handy for weekend getaways and stinky-breath emergencies. Pack it in your purse and you’re good to […]


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