April 19, 2015

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Refresh your routine with #ColgateEnamelHealth #ad

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.   Last year Colgate launched Colgate Enamel Health, a new line of toothpaste products to help replenish natural calcium for stronger, healthy enamel.  This year Colgate has expanded the line with the newest toothpaste variant Colgate Enamel Health Multi-Protection Toothpaste! 

Additionally, Colgate is proud to introduce a breakthrough product for sensitivity suffers - the Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush  + Built-in Sensitivity Relief Pen.   This revolutionary toothbrush system is designed to relieve sensitivity directly at the source of pain.  It uses Pro-Argin technology, which is used by dental professionals and now available for you!  It shields the exposed nerve and creates a seal against sensitivity pain!

Each time after brushing, simply apply the get in the pen directly to the source of the pain and gently massage for one minute - no rinsing required.  Unlike most sensitive toothpaste that just numb the pain, the gel in the pen creates a seal against sensitivity pain to shield the exposed nerve.  You can get rapid (within one week) and long-lasting relief with continued use of the product.  It's as easy as Brush.Go.Apply!

Colgate® Enamel Health Toothpaste comes in three varieties:  Whitening, Multi-Protection and Sensitivity Relief!  These toothpastes help to make your teeth stronger with active fluoride to help replenish natural calcium back into weakened enamel to strenthen teeth.  It also helps to make your teeth smoother!  They polish roughened enamel with gentle micro0polishing actions so germs are less likely to stick!   Healthy Enamel = Healthy Smile!

 Colgate® Enamel Health  Toothpaste helps smooth enamel in two ways:
  1. Helps replenish natural calcium and other minerals back into weakened enamel, filling rough spots and making it stronger 
  2. Gently polishes the enamel surface with gentle micro-polishing action, so germs are less likely to stick to teeth
The Colgate® 360°® Enamel Health™ Manual Toothbrush has several features that complement the toothpaste. The uniquely designed bristles help protect enamel surfaces and gums, while the polishing whitening cups gently remove stains for a brighter smile.


I recently was sent some products from the Colgate Enamel Health line to try out. I was really excited to show the kids the tiles and the chalk and do my little demo.  As parents we preach to our kids the importance of brushing their teeth, but how much do they really take in?  Well when I showed them that the rough tile in my kit was what teeth could feel like when they are full of germs and bacteria, they totally got grossed out.    Well the demo, totally helped them to realize they wanted  clean, smooth teeth!

 When my son's teeth came in, unfortunately they did not have enamel, so we have been dealing with enamel issues for years. I know these products can not undo what he has going with his teeth, but by using this toothpaste is will help to strengthen and smooth his already weakened enamel. This toothpaste paired with the new Colgate Enamel manual toothbrush help to get into those hard to reach places, remove the stains, get rid of the bacteria and help to strengthen the teeth. I am so thankful for this line, it it perfect for my son!

 For more information on Colgate® Oral Care Products, please visit http://www.colgate.com.

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