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Lark Oral Care

Tongue Scraper

Tongue Scraper

Regular price ¥20.00 CNY
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A Medical grade stainless steel 304 tongue scraper.

 🦷 Removes harmful bacteria that inflames gums and prevents cavities.

Product Details

·Dentist approved
·Dishwasher friendly
·BPA free
·Rust and corrosion proof
·Anti-gagging ridge for back-of-the-mouth cleaning
·Ergonomic, carved handle for enhanced grip


·Material: Stainless Steel
·Function: Tongue Cleaning
·Dimensions: 12.8*8.3 cm
·Weight: 24 grams

Use and Care Guide

Hand wash with soap and warm water. Air dry.

Shipping and Returns

All orders are fulfilled within 24 hours and will arrive at your doorstep within 3 days.

We have a 30-day return policy, which means you have a 30 window after receiving your item to request a return. We accept all refunds and returns on the basis that the product you ordered didn't arrive at all or is defective. Read our full policy here.

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"Didn't know what to expect as I'd never used one of these before but upon my mum's insistence I tried it out. I can't believe I've lived 28 years of my life without a tongue scraper. My mouth feels the cleanest its ever been. Highly recommend."

Clare Saetang | ★★★★★

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Our most frequently asked questions


Will the tongue scraper rust?

Our stainless steel tongue scraper is armed with built-in corrosion resistance and will not rust

How many times a day should I use a tongue scraper?

You should scrape your tongue at least once a day, and most experts recommend that you do it after brushing either in the morning or evening.

How do I store my tongue scraper in between uses?

As with your toothbrush, it is important to keep your tongue scraper clean by rinsing it after use. Store it in an upright position in open air so it can quickly dry.

How do I use a tongue scraper?

When using the scraper, scrape gently since forceful scraping could hurt your tongue. Begin at the back of the tongue and work your way forward, eradicating bacteria as you go. Clean your tongue's top, bottom, and sides.

How many times should i use a tongue scraper

You should scrape your tongue once a day, and most experts recommend that you do it after brushing either in the morning or evening.