Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Colgate Enamel Health - #ColgateEnamelHealthReview

I received products for review. 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.

I know the importance of proper dental hygiene. I didn't take care of my teeth like I should've back in the day and I paid the price by having to get upper dentures. I completely destroyed my top teeth with too much sugar and not enough brushing. Thankfully, my bottom teeth have been saved and I'm taking all efforts to keep it that way. My family, whether they think it's a good thing or a bad thing, knows I'll harp on them to clean their teeth on a daily. I don't want them to suffer like I have.

Colgate Enamel Health is a new dental hygiene product line that hits shelves this month. When our enamel isn't property maintained, it becomes rough and more susceptible to damage. Colgate Enamel Health helps maintain the work of smoothing out enamel and replenishing natural calcium so germs are less likely to stick. My family has been using Colgate Enamel Health as a part of our daily dental hygiene routine.

The Colgate Enamel Health Whitening toothpaste has a minty taste and helps whiten the teeth, along with replenishing natural calcium and fighting cavities. My teeth feel clean and polished after use. The Colgate 360 Enamel Health Sensitive Toothbrush has soft bristles to protect enamel surfaces and gums. It has a tongue and cheek cleaner, and whitening cups to remove stains as you brush.

Using both products, I feel confident that me and my family are taking the right steps in getting our teeth clean and protecting them from damage.