Ugai

File Aug 03, 12 59 06 PM

2 out of 5 rating

This Ugai is entirely too salty.  I believe there are folks who would like this but i can’t for the life of me figure out why to be honest.  The saltiness of the initial bite didn’t last the entire time while gargling and swishing.  The saltiness only stays the first 20 seconds or so.

I enjoy the other two new lush mouthwash tabs; Creme de Menthe and Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster much more  than Ugai.

An oasis of green tea and sea salt awaits. Inspired by the Japanese custom of gargling to maintain health and vitality, these little tabs are packed with tantalising herbal taste to deeply cleanse and comfort your mouth. Antibacterial tea tree and sea salt offer freshness, while green tea gives a quenching, verdant flavour.

After brushing your teeth, pop one tab into the mouth and take a sip of water to start the fizz. Nibble and swish before spitting out. They can also be used throughout the day whenever you fancy a bit or oral refreshment.

 

The use of a mouthwash should be the final step in the oral routine both in the morning and in the evening. It should not be used alone as a substitute for brushing or flossing. Avoid eating or drinking for half an hour after using the mouthwash for ultimate oral health.

Here’s a demo and review video i made of the Ugai mouthwash tabs

 

Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster Mouthwash

4 out of 5 Rating – See my video demo i made below

 

 

 

Lush has introduced their new line of mouthwash products, including three new solid mouthwash tablets.  Debuting in the Lush kitchen.

I really like these.  As i explain in my review video i didn’t think new tablets would be like commercial mouthwash as far as the feeling after using it.  So fresh and good tasting.  See video for more of my review of this Pan Galactic Garble Blaster.

This planet has – or rather had – a problem, which was this: most of the mouthwashes on it were rather boring, and had been for rather a long time. There was a largely unexplored space to fill, and the only way to fill it was to seek inspiration from the wider, largely unexplored, space around Earth itself. A shot of lemon oil offers warbling refreshment for the palate, quinine packs the same mouthwatering taste that’s found in tonic water, while aniseed and heaps of fizz give your mouth a feeling to remember. If you’re not currently having adventures with the ape-descended life forms of the little blue planet, it’s highly worth the hitchhike there to try this…

After brushing your teeth, pop one tab into the mouth and take a sip of water to start the fizz. Nibble and swish before spitting out. They can also be used throughout the day whenever you fancy a bit or oral refreshment.

The use of a mouthwash should be the final step in the oral routine both in the morning and in the evening. It should not be used alone as a substitute for brushing or flossing. Avoid eating or drinking for half an hour after using the mouthwash for ultimate oral health.

 

The use of a mouthwash should be the final step in the oral routine both in the morning and in the evening. It should not be used alone as a substitute for brushing or flossing. Avoid eating or drinking for half an hour after using the mouthwash for ultimate oral health.

Glacially good breath is mint to be. In fact, it’s on the tipple your tongue. Make yours a double shot of mint for an intoxicating blast of icy coolness. Malic acid tickles your tastebuds with a smooth, juicy flavour, and enhances the spicy exhilaration of bracing peppermint oil. Not shaken, not stirred: just straight up ice-cool refreshment.