Friday 15 October 2021

Liberex DIY water flosser | review

 If there's one thing I hate, it's going to the dentist. So I try my best to take care of my teeth myself - though I do go to the dentist, obviously, I just don't want them poking around more than normal... Anyway, I've recently been using the Liberex DIY water flosser*, and wanted to share my thoughts.

Normal flossing is out. Boring. So last year. Water flossing is wonderful, however - you simply fill the tank up with tap water, turn the machine on (it's USB rechargeable) and move it around the front of your mouth so the pressure of the water blasts away whatever's between your teeth. Thank youuuu Liberex!

They say: Powerful Professional Oral Irrigator - Professional Water Pick with 1600 times/minute high-pressure water pulse and 5 different 360°rotating long nozzles which make it rinse off the food residue between teeth and below the gums, where the toothbrush alone can not reach. 4 Cleaning Modes & Memory Function - Liberex teeth flosser has Soft, Medium, Strong and Pulse modes to meet various oral care needs. The memory function helps to remain the working mode in former use. Portable Size for Travelling - The teeth flosser will last up to 14 days' continuous use after full charged in 4 hours. Comes with a carry bag and USB charging cable, it can be recharged via any USB device: wall charger, phone charger, power bank. OLED Display & 2-Minute Timer - The OLED screen clearly displays current working mode, water pressure, running speed, and remaining power. 2-minute auto timer to avoid the water dental flosser still working after you finish cleaning. IPX7 Waterproof & Anti-Slip Handle.

It literally couldn't be easier to use, and my teeth always feel much cleaner when I use it rather than when I just brush. Also it's kind of novel and a bit different; you can travel with it too, though I personally wouldn't as it's a bit bulky. I will say, if your gums are particularly sensitive, be sure to use it on a lower setting as it can hurt a bit! The nozzles are easy to change, and with there being 5 of them you can really mix things up and find what works for you! All in all, I think it's a great product and something you can add into your daily routine with ease. 

Have you ever tried anything like this?

*PR sample

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