Rose Scented Words.

By Alison July 11, 2006 3 Comments 1 Min Read


Such a perfect example of what it is to be a BrocanteHome Girl I have never seen. Floris, ah the wonderful Floris, sells a rose scented mouthwash. Mouthwash that doesn’t set your mouth on fire! Mouthwash as sweetly scented as your garden. Mouthwash that won’t make you feel like you are gargling with mint flavoured poisonous concoction. Mouthwash, my darlings, for ladies…

How yummy is that? Invented in 1850, this wonderful pink tincture is a concentrated blend of rose oils and pure rosewater, (could we improvise?) and while expensive may prove to be just the thing for washing your mouth out when cussing has, once again, got the better of you…

Using mouthwash should be an essential step in your oral hygiene routine. Quality mouthwashes have all kinds of different benefits for your oral health. They can remove debris, reduce the number of bacteria in your mouth, and some can even whiten your teeth. Speaking of which, if you are considering whitening your teeth, then you might want to do some research into finding a Dentist in Chattanooga who offers whitening treatments.

For now though you might want to give this gorgeous product a try. Isn’t life lovely?


  1. Sarah says:

    If we are using it it for post "cussing" sessions then I suspect that I shall need just s smidgen more than is in that bottle, having on a lunchtime shopping dash had to cope with the employee who is obviously not in possession of the company neurone today (in with anger… out with love…)… how about the size of a wine box…. that'd do…. easy to dispense to… although not as aesthetically pleasing… actually it looks rather like lancome's miracle…

  2. Ohhh, how lovely! I love the scent of roses so much. Much rather have this lovely bottle on my bathroom shelf than the yucky 'shows the bacteria in the sink' stuff that Carl is currently so fascinated with!

  3. Gena King says:

    OOh how lovely! but a tad expensive for gargling and spitting out! could we not check out the ingredients and try a home made effort? or am I being mean?

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