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That nasty stuff is an example of what you'll see when you scrape your tongue
Why? because throughout the day you consume a ton of bacteria that seeps into your tongue. Even the pinkest / cutest of tongues can have the most disgusting amount of sh*t come off.
Can't I just use my toothbrush?
You could, but that just spreads the bacteria around. You need a hard surface (not soft bristles) to scrape that 💩off.
Warning: Graphic Scraping Imagery
This video is for those that don't believe in the power of a scrape. See how much stuff comes off a perfectly clean / cute looking tongue?
This is how you scrape:
Step 1: Bend scraper into "U" shape so the ridges are facing your tongue
Step 2: Scrape up and down a few times to really get all that junk off
Step 3: Rinse off and repeat every morning & night after you brush
Words from scrapers
Seeing that bacteria come off when I scrape is more enjoyable than cleaning my ears w/ a Q-tip.
The 3rd question I ask a guy when we're on a date is if he scrapes. It's weird, but it's gotta happen.
Scraping your tongue is a little bit like having sex, except you feel a lot cleaner afterwords.
At first I was skeptical about getting a new one every month, but now I realize it's a must.
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Founder SYT "I factually have not been sick in the last 8 years since I started scraping and I just need to spread that love to everyone else out there. It's a life changer.
Dentist "Tongue scraping is incredibly important for your oral hygiene and overall health. I have had my Dental practice for over 31 years and I approve this message."