Revolutionize your oral hygiene and boost your sense of taste
Reduces bad breath caused by germs and bacteria on the tongue
Stimulates the taste buds, which enhances a person's sense of taste
Removes the slime coating on the tongue that can contribute to tooth decay
Improves digestive health, since many foods are first broken down in the mouth
Reduces toxins found in the body from food that is left to ferment on the tongue
The tongue is one of the most overlook parts when it comes to oral hygiene. In the back of the tongue there are often plaques consisting of dead cells and germs which are the main cause of bad breath, and that can also lead to major issues if not properly cleaned.
The tongue scraper that you use is very important in how well it gets your tongue clean. A typical scraper will be on a small stick with a piece of plastic that forks out and has a plastic or silicone bar in the middle. But metal scrapers have been proved to be more efficient and safer.
⬇️ How to use the Tongue Scrapper ⬇️
The best way for you to use a scraper is to scrape the tongue from as far back as is comfortable for you to the front. You will then flick and rinse off the scraper and do the motion again. It should only take you 10 or 20 seconds to clean your tongue. If you're using a gel or foam in conjunction with a scraper, you can apply this to your tongue immediately before scraping. It's recommended that you scrape your tongue once a day, preferably before brushing your teeth and using mouthwash.