Champagne breath? Maybe Marvis can sort you out!

MARVIS MOUTHWASHI read with interest a report in the Telegraph this morning suggesting that Champagne may be able to improve memory (though presumably not if you have two bottles at once). Personally, being delicate-of-stomach, I try to avoid it – quite a challenge given that in the beauty world virtually every press launch is lubricated by the stuff.

But anyway, whilst the Telegraph article is very informative about the possible memory-boosting properties of the bubbly beverage it fails to mention the big downside – the infamous champagne breath. Standing next to someone who’s had a few glasses always reminds me of that moment in Alien where the monster first bares its silvery teeth to a terrified Ripley. Trust me, judging by Sigourney’s face that Alien mother was a big champagne drinker.

The solution (apart from chewing on cardamon pods which my dentist Uchenna Okoye always recommends) is to rinse with a mouthwash when you get back home and this one, from Marvis, is my current favourite. Free of mouth-drying alcohol and flavoured with peppermint and aromatic herbs it’s not as harsh as many cheaper mouthwashes you buy in supermarkets and tastes better too.

That’s something I’ll raise a glass to anytime, though not a glass of bubbly obviously.

One thought on “Champagne breath? Maybe Marvis can sort you out!

  1. Dearest Guru
    How typically considerate of you to come up with a solution for such a vexing health and social problem!
    In all seriousness, how pleasant to have something not entirely plastic to gargle on.
    Yours ever
    The Perfumed Dandy

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