Sunday, April 9, 2017

Himlaya Herbals Mouthwash Range: Review

Himalaya Herbals has been on a roll, with new products being added almost every 2 months. This time it's the new range of mouthwashes - Himalaya Herbals Mouthwash.

People hardly realize the importance of a good mouthwash. Not only is it good for your oral health, it also is an essential element for your personal grooming. Imagine going into a meeting with a bad breath. No matter how well dressed you are, the impression of you will be spoilt forever. In the world where people are ever ready to stereotype, don't be surprised if you are the butt of nasty jokes. Bad breath is difficult to judge for yourself and therefore, you should be extra careful. You can't always rely on people around to tell you. They might not want to point it out to you if they are not very close to you fearing that you might not take it in the right stride.

As I am in a kind of profession where I am interacting with people all the time and I am always in and out of meetings, I am extra careful. I normally chew on a gum after lunch. I realize it's a bad habit as the chewing gums are bad for your teeth. Now I am doting on the new range of mouthwashes from Himalaya. 

These mouthwashes are loaded with the goodness of herbs like neem, miswak, saunf etc that are proven to be good for healthy gums and teeth.The added advantage is that there is no alcohol.  They come in three varieties - Miswak and Pomegranate, Saunf and Mint, Papaya and Pineapple. 

What does the product claim ?

  • Removes up to 99.9% bacteria
  • Up to 12 hour protection from germs
  • Helps prevent plaque build up
  • Helps maintain a cleaner and healthier mouth

It comes in a plastic packaging with a cap, which gives you a measure of the amount of mouthwash you should take for a single rinse. A 215 ml bottle is priced at Rs. 95.

What I like about the product?

  • Though there is a slight tingling sensation, there is no uncomfortable feeling
  • The freshness lingers on for a good time
  • There is no alcohol, all natural herbs used
What could be better?
I wish they came up with a customized travel pack so that it can be easily thrown inside a handbag and carried along.

Disclaimer: PR sample, honest review.

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