Ok, so I’ve been using the new Pro-Health Invigorating Rinse from Crest for 2 weeks, now, once in the morning and once at night, and I want to tell you what I’ve noticed in the process! If you missed my first post about it, click here.
1. The fresh breath you get after using this rinse lasts longer than any other rinse I’ve ever used. My mouth has still felt minty fresh even 2 hours after using the rise. Seriously. I was pretty impressed with this feature. If I were working outside the home, I would definitely want a bottle of this in my desk drawer to use after lunch!
2. My gums do feel healthier, and they are less prone to bleeding when I floss. Bleeding gums is never a good sign, but I, unfortunately, am prone to them. It is awesome to see them improving after regular use with this rinse. Hooray!
3. A little goes a long way. A big bottle of this rinse will last an individual a few months, which is nice.
4. I also really like that this mouth rinse is tolerable, if that makes sense. Some of the other rinses I have tried have burned my mouth so intensely that using them for the recommended 30 seconds has been out of the question! While this rinse does invigorate my mouth when using it, it doesn’t cross that line to making my eyes water and making me do a dance just to try to keep it in there! Does anyone else do that dance with their mouthwash?!
While I can’t yet say if this rinse is really and truly helping me keep cavities at bay (won’t know that for a few years!), based on how I have seen it perform over the past 2 weeks, I already feel certain enough about its abilities that I am going to continue using this particular rinse as part of my oral health regimen. I have increased confidence that my teeth and my gums are better protected thanks to Crest Pro-Health Invigorating Rinse.
“I wrote this review while participating in a test drive campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Crest and received a sample to facilitate my candid review. Mom Central Consulting sent me a gift card to thank me for taking the time to participate.”