New Canker Sores Product – Canker Sores Begone Stick
Somewhere around 6 months ago or so, I was contacted by Robin Barr, the creator of Canker Sores Begone, who told me of a new product she was working on and asked if I’d like to try it.
Now, some people write automotive blogs and get to test drive the newest and baddest muscle cars before they come on the market.
Some people blog about tech gadgets and get to play with the newest toys before they even get revealed at CES.
Me… I get a front row seat for new mouth goop.
Hey… I’m totally fine with that.
As someone who’s gotten canker sores my entire life, I’m always up for trying something new, and with the track record that Canker Sores Begone has built over the years, I was frankly honored that Robin would include me in her testing.
So what is this new product?
It’s a stick.
And from the looks of things, it’s taking over the Canker Sores Begone mantle, as it says on the website that the Canker Sore Liquid Drops are no longer available.
How does it work?
Think of it like Chap Stick for your ulcer. Make sure and dry your ulcer with a cotton swab or tissue, then rub over the surface of it with the Canker Sores Begone Stick. And Voila, that’s it.
While I can’t claim that it’s made the length of my ulcers any shorter (though many people claim it does), I can say that it doesn’t sting at all and gently coats the ulcer while it cools it with a rather tasty minty flavor. Seriously, if you hate the medicine taste you get from most mouth ulcer medications, this is your jam. It’s like the Altoids of ulcer medicine.
It lasts up to 30 minutes or an hour depending on where it is and what’s going on in your mouth, enough to get you through a meal or to chill it out afterward.
I can definitely recommend the new Canker Sores Begone Stick to anybody who wants a quick, convenient, and all-natural way to treat the pain and discomfort of canker sores.
Quick disclaimer: Robin used some of my feedback in a quote on the back of the packaging – which I think is pretty cool.