Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Toothcare and I

Recently I managed to lose my toothbrush (it was a bloody good one as well!) so during my latest food shop, I wandered up the toothcare aisle in search of a new brush. I came home with the Colgate 360 and some new toothpaste as well. Ever since I was little, brushing my teeth has made me either feel sick or be sick. It's rather annoying! So I'm always on a quest to find both toothbrushes and toothpastes that won't make me throw up. So far I've figured out that electric toothbrushes are a lot better then manual. I picked up this toothpaste from Colgate as it's actually a gel so I thought, hmm, something new, might do the trick!

Click the read more for lots of pictures and my thoughts after four days.

Tongue and cheek cleaner

Glittery toothpaste!

Quite chuffed I picked up both these items, they both work fantastically. Even after four days, I'm noticing a difference in the colour of my teeth and I can feel a difference as well, if that makes any sense?
So yeah, that's my two cents about toothcare. 
Now for your questions! Manual or electric toothbrushes? Toothpastes, powders or other?


  1. I'm definitely an electric go-er. I got one of the Oral B ones from Boots (it was half price and about £25-30 I think) but it works a charm.
    Rache @ Live.Food.Love [xo]

    1. It was an Oral B toothbrush I'd lost, although I have now discovered its whereabouts! I have 2 toothbrushes now! Haha.



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