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Manhattan Mouth Spray Faqs

I have never used a mouth spray as my routine product, is The Manhattan Mouth Spray safe to use? 
Is it safe? We are more than delighted to say, “yes”. It does not contain any harmful chemicals; therefore, it is perfectly safe. Also, it is free from alcohol! Use only as intended for the mouth, with a usage of maximum 4-5 times a day.

How does The Manhattan Mouth Spray work?
Manhattan works by leaving a protective film of moisture on the oral tissues. This enables chances of reduced stains, acting as anti-cavity and anti-bacterial. Ingredients like Centella Asiatica (Gotukola) extract and Morinda Citrifolia Fruit (Noni fruit) extract ensure healing of mouth ulcers, reduced plaque, gingival inflammation and balancing oral pH (kills gram positive bacteria which create acidic environment in mouth, that induce cavities). A natural way to shoo away dry mouth too! Does so much more than just for fresh breath!

Are there any precautions I should take while using The Manhattan Mouth Spray?
Avoid using Manhattan if you’re experiencing a bleeding wound in your mouth, or if there is a tooth pain due to cavity. Make sure to stay conscious of consumption. Do not drink it. Do not consume anything soon after usage. Refrain from spraying it around eyes, on skin as a perfume etc. Make sure you avoid inhaling the spray or spraying at the back of your mouth (towards your throat). If you experience any issue after spraying Manhattan in your mouth, stop usage immediately.

Where do I store The Manhattan Mouth Spray?
It is a perfect companion for your dressing table, at your office desk or even in your car. Manhattan mouth spray can be stored at or below 25°C or 77°F. Keep away from direct sunlight.

How do I use The Manhattan Mouth Spray?
To use, simply spray a pump or two of Manhattan mouth spray to your tongue or the inside of your cheek. Make sure you avoid inhaling the spray or spraying at the back of your mouth (towards your throat). Suggested for use after meals, smoke, for dry mouth or just before socializing.