Is the health of your mouth holding you back?

Disclosure: This post is a sponsored post for which I received monetary compensation. In some cases, compensation may have been used to purchase the item so that I may give a personal account of my experience.

Ever smile without letting your teeth show? Are you always popping breath mints, because you feel like your breath stinks? Do you feel self conscious every time you get around people, and have to talk to them? Basically, is the health of your mouth holding you back? Well, good news, my people! Many oral care issues Americans experience are preventable. An oral care routine with LISTERINE® helps ensure your mouth is always on your side.

Is the health of your mouth holding you back?

Is the health of your mouth holding you back?

Ladies and gents, dating isn’t easy. You’ve got to have the right attitude going into the dating scene, for sure. Hair looking good, check. Outfit hugging in all the right places, check. Shoes everyone else would kill for, check. Fresh breath, check. You’ve all your boxes checked off, but does the person you’re meeting have them checked off? Yeah, as he walks closer you notice the hair is perfect, he seems to have ironed his clothes for the big date, and you can see yourself in his shoes, they’re so shiny.

Then he knocks you off your feet, but not in a good way. It isn’t a “sweep me off my feet” situation. Instead, it’s a “something died in his mouth, knocked you to your feet, and made you want to fake your own death” situation. Trust me. I came across all of it.

  • men chewing with their mouths open
  • spitting when talking
  • my favorite, men never offering to HELP pay

Classy animals, all of them. However, like more than 7 in 10 Americans, I consider bad breath to be a “deal breaker” in new relationships.

Fresh breath

Personally, when I step out, even now, if I feel like my breath is not fresh, it determines how I look and feel. For me, it’s an easy fix. I don’t just brush with LISTERINE®, because doing that misses 75% of my mouth! Germs cause oral care issues, like plaque and gingivitis, but also SUPER BAD BREATH. Instead of just brushing, LISTERINE® Antiseptic cleans virtually 100% of my mouth. Once someone starts using the therapeutic mouthwash, she’ll achieve up to five times healthier gums in two weeks, and up to nine times healthier gums in four weeks.

It all gets you closer to fresher breath, too. Oral care issues cause your breath to not be fresh. Pulling a little dental floss between teeth doesn’t hurt, it only helps, right?

I’ve been with Mr. Sunflower for 11 years, and married to him for a little over 8 years. Dating isn’t something I know about. I’m out of the game. However, I’m pretty sure no one wants a long term relationship with someone they have converse with over the phone to avoid a whiff of bad breath! Keep those pearly whites clean, and germ free. Get the floss going, and scrape your tongue. If you find someone who gives you butterflies, but the butterflies drop dead when he opens up his mouth to talk, consider introducing your potential mate to LISTERINE® Brand products!


#Listerine #ad #oralcare

Statistics used within this article are taken from the LISTERINE® Brand’s “The Social Impact of Poor Oral Health” Survey, Gfk, May 2015.

*Additional Disclosure: I received LISTERINE® Brand products from Johnson & Johnson Consumer, Inc. and The Motherhood, as part of my participation in this LISTERINE® campaign. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this article are 100% mine.

By | 2018-04-07T12:45:41-04:00 October 8, 2015|Lifestyle|1 Comment

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