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Breath Smell Like A Beached Whale In Mexico?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of SCOPE for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Within the last month, I shared a post with you all about Dr. Jim and his sidekick Bob, who answer health questions online. They have a fun way of getting those important questions answered, while making you laugh at the same time. I recently received a bottle of Scope to try out, and it reminded me of the hilarious Dr. Jim and Bob video regarding halitosis, and your how to cure breath that smells like a beached whale in Mexico. Dr. Jim recommends great oral care such as brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash. I have never been much of a mouthwash user, because of the extra steps and product that requies, but my husband sure is. I must say that I am starting to become a believer. With Scope, you can get Fresh breath & courage, 1 oz at a time!

Scope comes in 3 tingling varieties:

  • Scope Classic
  • Scope Outlast
  • Scope Dual-Blast

Classic Scope Kills 99% of bad breath germs and gives you fresh breath and the confidence to get close. If you want to step it up a notch, you can go with Scope Outlast. Outlast has it's name for a reason; that's because it can outlast anything with fresh breath that lasts up to 5x longer than just brushing. I received the Outlast, and I do think it is a bit more powerful than the Classic. I am happy with the effects so far, as is hubby! 

The last of the Scope varieties is the Dual-Blast. Dual Blast helps give you the confidence to enjoy your favorite foods without having to worry about bad breath. This means that you are safe eating garlic and onion to the max! The unique technology in the Dual-Blast blasts away up to 98% of bad breath germs and strong food odors. This is all based on lab tests of course.

Scope can easily be gotten at Walmart, and at affordable prices too! Are you a mouthwash user? Do you make it a part of your regular oral hygiene routine? I think I'm going to start! 

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