Sunday, February 7, 2010

OraMoist Review & Giveaway! -CLOSED-





What did I think about OraMoist:

I sent this product to review and blog! First of all, I had to read the directions a couple of times.. to figure out what the product was suppose to do. So you take the disc and hold it up on the side of the roof of your mouth for an amount of seconds said in the directions. It will adhere quickly.

It took me a while.. to get used to this disc sticking to my mouth. It almost has a citrus like taste..that to me, was forcing my mouth to make more saliva, therein.. keeping my mouth from getting dry. Pretty simple right? :)

I think this product would be great..for times when you are nervous, or have to speak in front of people. As long as you can get past the strange object in your mouth!

So I asked my husband to try it out as well. And well.. lol He wasn't such a fan. He thought it was kind of gross feeling.. and didn't like the outcome.

I would recommend this product to anyone who suffers from dry mouth. This is certainly not for everyone!

A Little Info from the Company about OraMoist:

OraMoist: Dry mouth (xerostomia) is an under-diagnosed condition that affects 10% of the U.S. population, and can have a severe effect onoral health, causing tooth decay, gum disease and bad breath due to lack of oral moisture. Dry mouth is a symptom of several medical conditions, such as Sjogren’s Syndrome and diabetes, for example, and is a common side effect of many prescription and over-the-counter medications. In fact, people taking three or more medications have a 60% chance of suffering from dry mouth, making this a more common occurrence in mature adults.

OraMoist Dry Mouth Patch is a revolutionary, time-released, muco-adhesive patch powered by edible natural ingredients that adheres to the roof of the mouth or inside the cheek. As the patch dissolves over two to four hours, it releases ingredients that help increase saliva production alleviating parched, dry mouth. The increased moisture also helps restore a healthy oral environment, a significant benefit for dry mouth sufferers.

OraMoist Dry Mouth Patch has been clinically proven effective in terms of increased saliva production and improved feeling of moistness. Suggested retail price is $9.99 for a box of 16 patches; available at Rite Aid, Albertson’s LLC and Raley’s, and online atwww.oramoist.com. The makers ofOraMoist are also offering a limited edition of $3 coupons, good at Rite Aid, for you and your readers. Click here to get yours!

You can also check out our newHealthy Mouth, Happy Mouth Facebook page. You can visit/fan the page to learn more about the product, get dental/oral health news, and ask questions of our resident oral care expert, dentist, Dr. Chris Kammer.


What can YOU Win?


One of my readers will win OraMoist!


How can YOU Win?


Please leave a comment on if you ever suffer from dry mouth. (Mandatory)

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7. Blog about this giveaway linking back to my post! (5 entries)

8. Leave a comment on any post here on my Blog and let me know here in the comments. (2 entries)

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Please remember to leave an email address in your comment. I will choose the winners via random.org and notify them by email.


Giveaway Ends February 26th!

****I was given this product to review and blog. I was not compensated any other way then being able to receive the product for free. My review is purely my opinion.





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In November of 2007, I gave birth to my second child, a C-Section. Not only did that put me back physically, but I also developed high blood pressure. I am only 29. Talk about discouraging.

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