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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Marvis Strong Mint Mouthwash Review

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Not Sponsored: I tried Marvis toothpaste earlier this year and fell head-over-heels in love with it (my review here). I use it in conjunction with my favorite fluoride toothpaste.  Its just a great tasting toothpaste that leaves my mouth HAPPY. Well let me tell you what else will leave your mouth HAPPY! Marvis mouthwash! It's called Marvis Strong Mint Mouthwash (Revolve, Dermstore, Anthropologie, Bloomingdales, Sephora, ASOS). Its housed in a beautiful canister. Its a work of art in itself! The mouthwash is in a heavy plastic (almost glass-like feel) bottle. The mouthwash is a beautiful green color and as soon as you twist off the cap you will be captivated by the strong mint scent. Did I say captivated? YES! It smells soooo good. CRISP! REFRESHING! COOL! I felt I was Julie Andrews singing "the hills are alive with the sound of music" in The Sound of Music after using this mouthwash. LOL Yes, this mouthwash is powerful! I think it will clear up anything you have. If you speak a lot in your profession, take a swig of this and get ready for a clear voice! I'm not at all making ANY medical claims, but I felt like an opera singer. LOL Ok, I'm dramatic, but that's how I felt. That's how I'm describing it! Marvis tells you to use 1 part mouthwash and 4 parts water. This mouthwash is ALCOHOL-FREE! Do not swallow. Keep away from children. They say it will energize and cleanse your entire mouth. YOU GOT THAT RIGHT MARVIS! Marvis describes it as a SPARKLING PEPPERMINT SENSATION. It's superb you guys! It's excellent! Run and get a bottle. You'll thank me! Oh, yes you will! Your mouth will thank you!

Sweet-Bittersweet-NotSweet
supersweet(run & buy it) sweet(really good,buy it) bittersweet(ok, issues)not sweet(not good,don't buy this stuff) 
  Marvis Strong Mint Mouthwash is Supersweet

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