Thursday, August 29, 2013

NEW Colgate Slim Soft Toothbrush Review # Giveaway

Are you looking for a new toothbrush? Perhaps a great slim toothbrush that gets in all of the hard to reach places in your mouth? Well you are going to love the new NEW Slim Soft Toothbrush from Colgate. Here is a little more information about this great tooth brush.

 NEW Colgate Slim Soft Toothbrush

-          Colgate Slim Soft toothbrush has slimmer tip bristles to effectively remove plaque below the gum line and between teeth, with 6X deeper reach than a regular flat trim brush

-          The first fully tapered bristle manual toothbrush available to the mass

-          It is specially designed with 17X slimmer* tip bristles, 35% more bristles than a regular flat trim brush, and a unique curved and flexible handle to provide a unique mouth feel while and after brushing

Two variants are available: Gliding Tips and Pro Tip, specifically designed to reach back teeth.
Suggested Retail Price: $3.99
Available: August 2013 at mass retail, drug and grocery stores nationwide
*vs. ordinary end-rounded bristles.

Our Take:

My family each received a new Colgate Slim Soft Toothbrushes. These new  toothbrushes are slim and have tip bristles that are 17X slimmer than ordinary rounded bristles.  With the new slim brush this is a step up from the ordinary brushes we have been using. Each of my family members were excited to try these new brushes. For me there is nothing better than a clean mouth. When I leave the dentist after a cleaning, I feel so fresh and my mouth feels wonderful.

 The thin bristles let the brush to get into even the tightest areas of the mouth and teeth, reducing plaque and leaving your clean, and your teeth looking bright and sparkling.  After using these great brushes, my family will not be going back to the plain old brushes we have used in the past. The Colgate Slim Soft Toothbrush will be our go to brushes for now on.. The new Colgate Slim Soft Toothbrush  comes in Pro Tips and Gliding Tips, so there is a choice for your preference.

 The generous folks at Colgate are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win the  new Colgate Slim Soft Toothbrushes to try for themselves. Would you like to win? Please visit the Colgate site take a look around then come back here and tell me what you like or what you learned from the site. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
You can purchase these great tooth brushes at your local supermarket.

Win it:
One winner will win a  pair of the new Colgate Slim Soft Toothbrushes

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Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received tooth brushes to facilitate this review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


Alison Shaffer said...

I have not seen these in stores yet, but will be a fan of them! I always think toothbrushes are too big. sometimes I buy the kids version of one I like. thanks for sharing about these new Colgate toothbrushes.

Janet Turner said...

I would love to try these! I have a hard time finding toothbrushes that my son likes.

Sarah Hall said...

I learned that the thin bristles get into tighter places and remove plaque.

Anonymous said...

I learned that these can get into the tiny places in the mouth where others cannot. Love to try these.

smashinbeauty said...

Haven't seen these but I do funny enough always look for better and more effective brushes

CindyWindy2003 said...

i learned about their new design, love the idea, i want to try when i find it in the store, thanks!

Lasonda said...

I learned that the bristles are 17x slimmer that ordinary bristles.

Jackie said...

I learned that it is the first fully tapered bristle manual toothbrush available.

Unknown said...

The tiny thin bristles get into tight crevices and fights plaque.

renee walters said...

I learned that the thin bristles get into tighter places and remove plaque. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
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Kayla said...

I learned that the bristles are 17x thinner.

Lisa said...

I learned the tiny bristles are made to get at plaque.

Kathy P said...

Tender gums, caused by gum inflammation, is one of the first signs of gingivitis, which left untreated may lead to periodontitis.2

Allison said...

The bristles are made to reach more difficult places! Thanks for an amazing prize giveaway!

Anonymous said...

I haven't been able to find them in the stores. I love the one my dentist gave me.

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