This Flossing Substitute Is Guaranteed To Improve Your Oral Hygiene Ahead Of The Holiday Season
You are going to have to smile a lot over the next month and a half. You’ll have to smile when you see your in-laws for Thanksgiving. You’ll have to smile when you greet carolers at your door in December. You’ll have to smile to pretend you like any present you unwrap on Christmas.
If you are going to be doing all this smiling, you might as well make sure your mouth is in order. This oral irrigator will solve all sorts of oral problems. It promises to give you fresh breath. It promises to reduce tooth sensitivity. It promises to prevent gingival bleeding. It promises to remove plaque. How? “With a clinically proven combination of water pressure and pulsations, the product removes harmful bacteria deep between teeth and below the gum line – where brushing alone will not reach.”
Daily Dealer readers can currently get this oral irrigator on sale with the code M96GLGMR.
NURSAL Rechargeable Oral Irrigator on sale for $29.99 with code M96GLGMR
This device has four modes to choose from: normal, soft, pulse and point control. That gives it the versatility it needs to solve all of your oral needs. Specifically:
Normal: For normal cleaning of the mouth.
Soft: Gentle cleansing for sensitive gums.
Pulse: for cleaning and massage of the gums.
Point Control: Precision cleaning for the teeth.
Seventy-one percent of customers gave this product 5 out of 5 stars. Vanessa Z. wrote a review called “Powerful”:
This is not my first portable water floss. I had one before and found them great for on-the-go situations where I eat beef for lunch and can’t get it out of my teeth and have a business meeting at 2:30. My boyfriend decided to steal mine so I got this one. And I’m writing about it because wowza, the water pressure of this water floss is POWERFUL! It’s very comparable to the full-size one with a water tank. I couldn’t believe all the water pressure that it provided the first time I tried this. It does have more noise than my previous portable waterfloss. It might be a trade-off between noise and water pressure. I’d choose the later anytime.
It has four settings, normal, soft, pulse, and point control. I usually just go with the normal one because I’m used to it. If you are just beginning to water floss definitely go with the soft setting. Comes with 2 replacement heads. I still have several from my old one from another brand. They fit on it as well. So I will just get whatever replacement nozzle that is cheaper.
Gary’s review is called “Excellent product. Great for travel or the workplace!”:
After pulling several fillings using the old fashioned string floss, I started using a WaterPik. I also had a WaterPik travel however it was way too large for today’s luggage restrictions. I bought this NURSAL water flosser for use during trips but after using this a couple times I think it’s just as good to use at work. It is powerful and its water reservoir holds enough for one session. That’s a practical capacity since you don’t want to put this in your desk drawer filled with water.
I just received this yesterday and charged it overnight. I used it twice already and haven’t recharged it yet. I will see how many times I can use it before recharging.
All in all I highly recommend this product.
Steven Lavar called it an “Essential Device!!!”:
During my last visit to dental clinic hygienist told me that the water flossing is essential for my teeth. My wife owns the good one she brought from Europe. Due to personal hygiene I was not allowed to use it and I started my own search. As I love shopping on amazon I started right away. I studied all of them and found this one is the best for me. Works great. Provides proper water pressure. Has three flossing modes. Has contactless charging station. Reasonable price. Highly recommend !!!
Everyone knows flossing is the worst. This device is the perfect alternative.
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