Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Menthol, oil of cassias, (cinnamon), Australian tea tree oil, oil of peppermint, oil of spearmint, and oil of sweet fennel.
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Reviews For Mint Toothpicks
Based on 6 Reviews
Basic, strong toothpick AND has a lovely cinnamon kick.
More than just a toothpick
Well as a toothpick it does it's job!!! But it does much more. I love the way it makes my mouth feel and smell. Taste so good! And I use it till it almost falls apart! Will be buying these again!
I didn't know what to expect with these because I do not use toothpicks. I am about to try and get away from added sugars in my diet, as well as eating healthier. I also can't chew gum and needed something healthy to freshen my breath. These are slightly sweet tasting but also a bit spicy. My mind doesn't continue to crave sweets when I chew on these. They really do freshen my breath! I love everything about these! I will be buying more.
They certainly freshen your breath but they're not for the faint of heart.
Great breath freshener!
I bought these to substitute for gum to freshen my breath. Both my husband and I love them! Planning on getting lots to share with the family!
- Kathy Marquart
Best for teeth
I bought these on a whim the other day when placing a Thrive order. They've been fantastic for using for my teeth. However, I accidentally used these for food stuffs, and they don't work so well for that. It definitely didn't add a great taste to the cheese I used them for. It wasn't horrible, but I definitely will not make that mistake again. I'll stick to these for teeth - not food.
- Kathleen Marable
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