Sunday, 15 June 2014

Sarakan Mouthwash & Sarakan Toothpaste - Review

Free of Sodium Lauryl Sulphate. Flavoured with geranium oil, an unusual taste that leaves your mouth sweet and fresh. Sarakan is carefully formulated using high-quality natural ingredients to maximise effective teeth cleaning. Sarakan includes the natural extract of the shrub Salvadora persica, sometimes known as the "toothbrush tree." For centuries, Salvadora in its natural state, like twigs, has been rubbed on teeth and gums for dental care. It is still used by millions every day. Regular brushing with Sarakan may help restore the natural colour of your teeth leaving them feeling exceptionally clean and smooth and your mouth naturally fresh.

Sarakan toothpaste contains a natural extract of Salvadora persica, also known as the 'toothbrush tree' - used for centuries in its natural state as an effective way to keep teeth and gums clean and healthy. It's still used by millions every day. Regular brushing with Sarakan toothpaste helps to restore the natural colour of your teeth, leaving them feeling exceptionally clean and smooth and your mouth naturally fresh. 

 For me personally, I found that the flavour of the toothpaste was quite strong for me which put me off of the toothpaste straight away. Although I did feel like it gave my teeth a good and fresh clean, despite the flavouring! Unfortunately, I won't be buying this toothpaste again due to not liking the strong flavours.

Sarakan anti-plaque mouthwash contains natural extract of Salvadora persica - the toothbrush tree - to help fight plaque and tartar and to promote and maintain gum health. Rinsing with Sarakan mouthwash helps reduce plaque formation to keep your mouth feeling fresh and clean and your gums healthy.

I've been using this mouthwash for a while now. I find the taste of it to be quite strong but I feel that it gives my teeth a good clean and fresh feeling. It also leaves my breath feeling fresh for a good length of time. I don't think I'll be buying this mouthwash again as I'm not very keen on the taste that it leaves in my mouth afterwards. 

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