It’s probably too obvious to state that brushing regularly will help you maintain a big beautiful smile. However, many people overlook the maintenance of the most important tool in keeping that smile healthy.
According to the ADA, our toothbrushes are quickly infested with bacteria and germs that accumulate over time. This bacteria typically comes from our mouth, or the handling and care of the toothbrush in our bathroom or during travel.
Now don’t be alarmed or freak out on us. This is completely normal, and will not damage your oral hygiene the minute your bristles get some visitors. However, that does mean that you should start investing in a new toothbrush every 3-4 months. At this time, the average American swaps out their toothbrush roughly once to twice a year. Now while this may serve many, we highly recommend you increase that turnover.
Typically a good indication of when you should swap out your toothbrush is when the bristles become frayed and bent.
Now, if your one of those who happens to bring your home toothbrush, as your travel toothbrush, its time you considered a Brushee.
See germs accumulate much easier when you’re traveling, and not able to be as careful with your toothbrush as you would typically be. Although toothbrush cases can be helpful, you MUST air-dry your brush before storage. As wet bristles can actually multiply the amount of bacteria on your toothbrush.
Not to mention, you still have to carry around toothpaste and floss to cover all your oral care bases.
Whereas with the Brushee as your travel toothbrush, life is simplified.
Our 3-in-1 combination of toothpaste in the bristles, pick, and floss, allow you to easily maintain clean and refreshing oral care on-the-go, while also providing you with everything you need to maximize on your oral health.
So don’t be the one with the germ-infested brush, use a Brushee as your travel toothbrush today!
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