But like it or not if you don’t take care of your oral hygiene on the regular, you will quickly find yourself with a bunch of no good germs and bacteria in your mouth.
But don’t fret! Today you’re in luck!
This whole article focuses on ways to reduce those germs, and keep your mouth clean around the clock.
Use a Travel Toothbrush
As we all know (or should), brushing your teeth is arguably the most powerful way to maintain healthy oral care. At bare minimum we should brush our teeth at least twice a day. However, most germs and bacteria build up during day, due to the food and beverages we consume while we are without access to our regular toothbrush and toothpaste.
And this build is often what leads to the inevitable downturn of our oral care health. Clearly showing that brushing only once in the morning, and once at night, may not be enough to get it done.
So that’s why we created the Brushee PocketSized Toothbrush!
Our disposable toothbrush has toothpaste in the bristles, a toothpick, and floss to easily allow you to brush in between meals. This means no more plaque formation and build up during the day while your away from home.
A simple Brushee is all you need to maintain maximum freshness, and a clean mouth on-the-go.
We found one of the main reasons people didn’t brush their teeth throughout the day, was simply because it wasn’t convenient. Nobody wants to carry around a toothbrush and toothpaste with them, and if not careful, doing so can in fact lead to additional build up and germs on your toothbrush.
This is why using the Brushee as your travel toothbrush is perfect!
It’s disposable, and easily fits into the palm of your hand. So you can brush, pick, floss and keep it moving.
So don’t get stuck with unnecessary amounts of germs causing havoc in your mouth, get a Brushee today and protect you and your health!
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