I received products for review and a gift card from Colgate. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services. Your opinions and results may differ.
Spring cleaning isn't just about cleaning your home; it is also a great time to give your medicine cabinet a cleanse, including swapping out your oral care products with brand new items from Colgate. This year the Colgate Enamel Health portfolio has expanded with the newest toothpaste variant - Colgate Enamel Health Multi-Protection Toothpaste. Additionally, Colgate has introduced a product for sensitivity sufferers - the Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush + Built-in Sensitivity Relief Pen.
With a fresh mint taste, this toothpaste makes my teeth feel very smooth and clean. I feel confident that the germs and plaque have been mostly removed when I brush my teeth with Colgate Enamel Health Multi-Protection toothpaste.
Being that I've never seen a toothbrush like it before, I was excited to try the Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush + Built-in Sensitivity Relief Pen. Extremely cold or very hot foods can cause sensitivity to my teeth, and we all know that's no fun. With this particular toothbrush, you brush your teeth as you normally would, then apply the gel from the Built-in Sensitivity Relief Pen at the source of the pain and gently massage for one minute. No rinsing is required, and it provides a mild form of relief. The gel in the pen is formulated to create a seal against sensitivity pain to shield the exposed nerve. Although you can use the gel everyday if you'd like, I've found that I don't have to use the Built-in Sensitivity Relief Pen every time I brush my teeth with the Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush, but it's handy to have when my teeth are feeling sensitive. The sensitivity relief pen can be stored away inside the toothbrush until you're ready to use it.
I'm already a fan of Colgate oral care goods and I'd say these two products are worth buying if you are prone to teeth sensitivity or want to protect the enamel surface of your teeth (as you should!)