The New Scope Outlast Kept Me Minty Fresh and Kissable Fresh

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of SCOPE for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

You guys know or should know by now that I love to try things out. I am a stickler for hygiene. I love to smell good and I really love my breath to be onpoint.

I always carry gum or small bottles of mouthwash in my purse and I am always looking for the next big thing to keep my breath smelling good for long periods of time.

When Scope offered to send me their newest mouthwash to try out called "Scope Outlast" , I so kindly obliged.

I love my garlic and as good as it taste we all know that is a heck of a smell to get rid of. I decided to try this mouth wash while out of town last week. I had visited a store with several different foods from different countries. I literally ate a modpodge of Indian, Thai , and Italian food plus Sushi. Lots of garlic and curry breath was happening there.

After I was done eating I figured that would be the perfect time to try out the Scope Outlast. I like that it doesn't have that harsh anti-septic taste and has a pretty good sweet taste. It did leave a pretty good fresh taste and after a few hours I realized I still had pretty fresh breath. In addition it knocked that curry , garlic breath out of the way. Once I got back home I brought a little travelers 3oz bottle and put some of it in there to  carry in my purse because it's great to carry when out.

Fresh breath & courage, 1 oz at a time!

Scope Outlast comes in 3 flavors Outlast , Dual Blast ,  Classic. If you frequent Walmart like I do then you can purchase Scope Outlast there.

Nothing like being kissable fresh for your soldier!

 

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