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XLEAR Spry Review



Hey Neighbors,

How many of you have heard of XLEAR and Spry?  I received a really neat package of samples from them for review in their care kit.  Xylitol is a natural occurring sweetener, that they are using in their health products.



Now, I received some gum and mints, both of which quickly were claimed and disappeared.  I did manage to grab the Spry Gems (mints) for myself.  They are residing in my purse.  I also was able to at least grab a piece of the Spry gum before it was claimed.  One piece was all I was able to try.  I like both products.  The other Spry Gems were berry flavored.  Needless to say my family liked them all.




We have also used the Spry Toothpaste and Oral Rinse.  I personally enjoy the fresh flavor and I like knowing that my children are using a toothpaste and oral rinse with added benefits.





Some Spry Toothpaste Facts:

  • The use of Spry Toothpaste can significantly improve oral health, when combined with proper oral hygiene and regular dental care.
  • Spry Toothpaste consists of 1/3 xylitol, which provides 20-25% of the recommended dosage per day.
  • Xylitol also increases mineral absorption into the enamel of the teeth, resulting in greater protection with a clean, fresh feeling that really lasts. 
We also received two different XLEAR Nasal Sprays with xylitol.  I have not tried this yet.  I personally do not use nasal sprays, but my husband does occasionally, so I will save these for him.

XLEAR Nasal Spray:

  • Xlear is a soothing nasal spray that helps to alleviate congestion due to allergies, cold, flu, and sinusitis. It does this by being much more hyperosmotic
    than a traditional saline nasal spray and also by incorporating xylitol, a natural product that has been shown to decrease bacterial adherence in the nose.

  • When used twice a day, Xlear nasal spray not only hydrates the sinuses and nasal passages but it also helps to wash away airborne contaminants and pollutants that lead to many common upper respiratory problems.
  • Unlike many prescription or medicated sprays with unwanted side effects, daily usage of Xlear Nasal Spray is non-addictive and will not damage tissues. 
Be sure to follow XLEAR on their social media pages.
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  1. Neighbors, you can get the Xlear Care Kit (valued at $65) for only $25 by using the code SAVE50. Visit xlear.com/xlear-care-kit-special to order.  
One neighbor will receive a 3 pack of the XLEAR Nasal Spray.  Hurry and enter!  Thanks for stopping in!

I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meet program, May Media Group LLC, who received
it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC or the manufacturer of this product. 



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Comments

Unknown said…
I would love to try this because I have trouble with seasonal allergies and I love that it's natural.
Christy DuBois said…
I have allergies/sinus problems all the time it seems, or more often than not. Thanks for the opportunity.
Julie Waldron said…
I would love to try it for my seasonal allergies.

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