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WOW Drops Breath Freshener

WOW Drops breath FRESHENER, breath FRESHENER

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H&F Rating 383 reviews
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What We Like

  • Sooths sore throats
  • Calms nervousness and anxiety
  • No artificial flavors


  • Average dispenser

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We analyzed 42,587 reviews for 99 products in the Breath Fresheners category.

We then analyzed 383 reviews for this product. None were recent.

Around 81% of reviews were positive and about 12% were negative.

Final Score:

9.55 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • What buyers say about WOW Drops Breath Freshener

    It works great, I like to use it at work to make sure I don't have garlic breath, and I try to get it as far back on my tongue as possible.

    Time stands still as the intensity will diminish, and you will still be able to smell it. I have used it to flavor my coffee, and it is a great product, if you take away anything from this review, take the advice of a little whiff will do.

    I use this for upset stomachs because of the amazing health properties of the oil. I put a drop on the back of my hand and it works within 30 minutes.

    I took a second drop and within two minutes, I was able to open my eyes and begin to focus on what to do next.

    Since it's so concentrated, I feel like it will last me months, and it's tiny enough to be carried around in my pocket.

    Common Questions


    What are the ingredients that are used?


    The only ingredients in the bottle are peppermint oil and chlorophyll.


    Is it possible to put it directly in your mouth instead of liking it from your hand?


    You can put it directly in your mouth, but be careful not to put more than a drop or two on your tongue at a time.


    I'm looking for a way to give my water a fresh minty taste, and I'm wondering if this would work.


    I have it with me, but have never tried to add it to water. I just put a few drops on my hand and lick it off for a fresh breath and clear sinuses.


    Where is the chlorophyll? I notice that the peppermint oil is derived from peppermint plants.


    The only description on the website is that it is derived from real peppermint leaves and that Chlorophyll provides the molecule of photosynthesis to turn into glucose for energy.


    How many drops do you get for the dropper?


    You only need one drop. I bought mine in may of last year and use it several times a day now, but I'm about to run out.

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