Primer Caffeinated Breath Spray Review
What You Should Know
Primer Caffeinated Breath Spray is one of the most concentrated caffeine products we have ever reviews. The entire tube of breath spray contains a whopping 1,400 mg of caffeine. Each spray contains 33 mg of caffeine, so three sprays and you’ve consumed a cup of coffee. This product is not safe for all consumers and should not be kept anywhere near children.
The official website for the Primer Caffeinated Breath Spray does not offer much information on the product other than marketing stuffs to sell the consumer on trying it. The product is sold through various outlets online and offline.
List of Ingredients
If you are tired of having to drink 2 to 20 ounces of energy drink to get that bump you need to make it through the day, maybe you need a super-concentrated form of caffeine. Primer Caffeinated Breath Spray is quite unique in that one dose contains 100 mg of caffeine and there are 14 doses per container.
The problem with Primer Caffeinated Breath Spray is not in the caffeine dose, but in the danger of the delivery system. The highly concentrated caffeine product can easily be overdosed. If a child comes in contact with the spray they could suffer severe side effects. With that said, the product reviews for the breath spray are amazing. Consumers love the extra energy and the fact that they can get that energy without consuming other ingredients and fillers they don’t want.
Dieters taking fat burners should not use this product. The caffeine in fat burners is more than enough to boost metabolism. If you take a breath spray with a bunch of caffeine on top of that fat burner you will likely feel pretty awful afterwards. Excessive amounts of caffeine can impact sleep and mood and may cause symptoms that resemble a heart attack, in extreme cases.
- The spray reviews rave reviews from consumers.
- Convenient delivery system for caffeine.
- Relative inexpensive for an energy product.
- Not safe for children, teens or aging adults.
- Could be overdosed extremely easily.
- Not designed for weight loss.
Primer Caffeinated Breath Spray is one of those products aimed at a small group of people who want to increase energy RIGHT NOW. In terms of cost, this product is much less expensive than other energy drinks and shots. You would pay at least $14 for the same amount of caffeine if you chose cheap energy shots. This is not a diet product, however. The only ingredient in this spray, aside from the basic breath spray components, is caffeine. The increased energy may also increase hunger and that is not what any dieter is looking for.