Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Boys Night Out DJs Oracare

Boys Night Out (BNO) has become a popular show on local FM radio. The threesome DJs Tony Toni, Slick Rick, and Sam YG - have entertained thousands of listeners for almost four years now. Let's see what they gave to say about oral care and Oracare.

With the Boys Night Out DJs playful and naughty banters, they reflect the adage that boys will be boys.

On the other hand, despite their wacky comments and funny antics on-air, the BNO dudes can get serious when it comes to their grooming and hygiene habits, specifically oral hygiene.

Being a radio personality and a media professional puts you in close contact with lots of people...It would be very embarrassing and, in a way, even be less than presentable in public,” says Slick Rick.

"For us, our ‘breath’ is our livelihood. It affects how people perceive us," says Tony Toni, who often plays the role of the naughty, racy fellow among the three.

"We talk to people everyday. It's our business," says Sam YG, the self-described nerd of the group.

"Plus you never know when you're going to meet a girl you like. It's important because you don't want to leave the impression of having bad breath," adds Slick Rick, the ladies’ man’.

"It's a big turn-off for women...if you have strong, unpleasant mouth odor, you can say goodbye to your chances of getting a kiss after a date,” says Tony Toni.

Boys Night Out DJs' Oral Hygiene Regimen

"Right after waking up, I have to brush my teeth to ensure I have fresh breath even though I don't have anyone with me at home. After I eat, I brush again, then floss. Then I take a shower and after that, mouthwash before I leave the house. I'm kind of praning about keeping my teeth and my mouth clean," shares Slick Rick.

"I brush my teeth after every meal, then floss about twice a day. I use mouthwash three times a day. Other brands, however, don't really eliminate the odor, they just mask  it with its strong flavors. Especially when you've eaten something like shawarma that has a lasting effect even after you've brushed your teeth," shares Sam YG.

"There are other brands naman that are effective. But it's really the stinging effect na ayaw ko e, it's very strong and it comes to a point na you have to dilute it. Yung iba may bad aftertaste pa. So much so that you can even taste it even when you are already eating. I used to think na kung walang alcohol or wala yung stinging effect, it's not as potent," Tony Toni adds in.

Then they tried OraCare.

On using OraCare
If Sam Pinto is to San Mig Light, then Boys Night Out is to Oracare. :)
"At first, I was curious because of the "no sting" claim. I was like, ok, let's see how the product will get the job done without giving me the sting...But since I’ve used  it, I”ve never looked back," jests Sam YG- just like an anti-dandruff shampoo ad. :)
"Since I started using OraCare regularly, I haven’t been as conscious about my breath. I'm more confident when talking to people...You can bring your face closer to other people’s faces to talk  without feeling worried," says Tony Toni.
"With OraCare I can use it on a daily basis without wondering whether it would hurt my mouth or something, kasi hindi siya matapang. I said to myself, finally, they came up with something that does not give you the sting yet gives you  fresh breath. It makes you wonder also that if the mouthwash is very harsh, what does that do to my teeth, gums, tongue? If there's much pain, couldn't it have some damaging effect?," Sam YG observes.
Boys Night Out & Oracare!

Boys Night Out seem to prove that good oral hygiene can spell success at work, romance and other situations. And for Boys Night Out DJs, OraCare is clearly their choice for fresh breath and healthy teeth and gums. OraCare Toothpaste and OraCare Mouthrinse are available in leading supermarkets and drugstores nationwide. OraCare Mouthrinse come in regular and cool flavors.

1 comment:

  1. I would love to use Oracare all the time but it's just too darn expensive LOL! :) So I have to settle for something cheaper but works as well as Oracare.