Sunday, 5 October 2014

Hello Mouthwash | Say hello To Fresh + Fruity Breath!

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Let me introduce you to "hello" - the fruity new way to freshen your breath, and with a pre-claimed US celebrity fan base including the likes of Kylie Jenner and Christina Milian, has now crossed the seas and launched in the UK at Boots stores nationwide!

hello mouthwashes and breath sprays take a new friendly approach to fresh breath. The products contain no artificial sweeteners, artificial colours or alcohol and very importantly - not tested on animals! The reason hello products are appealing is because they provide a tasty and eyecatching treat amongst all the other boring mouthwashes and sprays currently available. All the products are available in 3 yummy flavours - Supermint, Mojito Mint and Grapefruit Mint. 

Not only do these new breath fresheners taste amazing, they look amazing too! hello products have won a GOOD DESIGN AWARD for their packaging and design! I love the sleek curvy design of the products, and the colours too. But I am most impressed with the breath sprays, as they are ideal to carry round with you, really discreet, super cute, and the top swivels to lock the spray into place when not in use.

The 473ml mouthwash will cost you £5.99 and the breath sprays are £3.99. 

Unfortunately I think the breath sprays are a little expensive for the amount of product, so one suggestion I would make is for hello to make their breath sprays refillable from the mouthwash bottle (similar to the idea of the Travelo perfume refill bottles). Then you could just refill the small spray from your larger bottle. Saving the consumer money, and save on packaging waste. 

Have you tried hello?
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8 comments:

  1. I'm not a breath spray fan, and you're not too impressed by them cost-wise so I might give them a miss, but the mouthwashes sound lovely! x

    Beauty Soup || UK Beauty Blog

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  2. I'd never heard of these! Sound like something that could be pretty handy to keep in your purse.

    Elesaurus | elesaurusrawr.blogspot.com
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  3. I'm using their mojito mint, I love it. I like how its a breath re-fresher and not mouth wash

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  4. The packaging is adorable but I agree, it's a tad expensive! xx

    Ioanna | www.hearting.co.uk

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  5. I spotted these at the airport a few weeks ago but couldn't handle the stress of forking out that amount of money and not being able to bring them home on the way back - I only had hand-luggage. That grapefruit one sounds lush and I will be keeping my peepers open in a hope to spot them again.

    They are a little pricey but I thought the mouthwash bottles were quite big.

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  6. Loving the sound/look of the mouthwash! Think I may have to pick up a bottle :)

    Emily x // EmGrace

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