We can all think back to our favorite toothbrush we’ve ever owned;the one we held onto past the constant suggestions that we purchase a new toothbrush. The one where we memorized its contours and handle grip and looked forward to the unique clean feeling it left behind….Ok so, that’s probably not true.Toothbrushes do not tend to be memorable. Sure, we have our favorite brands and bristle softness that we tend to stick with. But our thoughts of the most important hygiene tool fade immediately when we set it down to go about our day. And to make it worse, when we travel we often settle for the $1.29 travel toothbrush we scooped up from the travel aisle of our local grocery store, sacrificing quality care of our teeth for a brush that will take up less space in our carryon luggage.
What if I told you that you never have to settle for those flimsy travel brushes that you’re probably going to lose immediately anyway? What would it take to own a toothbrush that you would call the “Best Toothbrush Ever”?
The best toothbrush you’ve ever owned would come with you everywhere you went. You’re a busy person, and oral hygiene is important to you, so you would want to brush your teeth after every meal or right before those kissable moments, no matter where you are.
Secondly, the best toothbrush you’ve ever owned would be more than just a toothbrush; it would probably be a one-stop-shop for all your daily oral hygiene needs!
Don’t worry, your toothbrush has it all handled! With this level of convenience, you are far more likely to take care of your teeth (and your breath!)
Curious yet if this superhero of a toothbrush is real? Well, it is! Meet Brushee, your breath saving wingman that is compact enough to take with you wherever you go, and smart enough to hang on to everything you need when it’s time to brush your teeth!
We are talking about a toothbrush, toothpaste, toothpick and floss all in one. Just add water! (Which is actually optional, if you don’t have water available Brushee will still work, not kidding).
When you are out on a dinner date and you want to snuggle up for a lip lock after the meal, are you really going to trust your breath to gum? And what if you have something between your teeth? Gum won’t necessarily get that out.
But lucky for you, Brushee (ehhem… the best toothbrush you’ve ever owned) fits in your pocket or your purse and is ready to save the day! Simply swing on over to the restroom or duck your head under the table and in a few brief moments you’ve picked, flossed and brushed your way to a kissable mouth, and the rest (they say) is up to you!
And what about the importance of impeccable oral hygiene for our business travelers? Picture this, you’ve just landed the most important meeting of your life to pitch a potential new client. Everything is going well until you smile at one of their jokes, only to reveal a piece of your lunch stuck in your teeth! You worried it may have been there, but without a toothpick handy you decided to risk it, and you lost the deal because of it. (Now this is quite a dramatic example, but certainly one of the fears of any savvy business traveler!)
So ditch your cheap travel toothbrush and stop settling for anything less than a perfectly clean smile, no matter where you are. With toothpaste in the bristles, and a pick and floss attached, your Brushee travel toothbrush can be with you on the go to make sure you are ready for anything that life hands you, whether or not you have water to brush your teeth with.
And with the convenience of a toothbrush that includes its own toothpaste, floss and toothpick, you are far more likely to brush your teeth after every meal and throughout the day, encouraging healthier teeth and gums, the freshest possible breath and more beautiful smile. So go ahead, pick up your Brushee today and put a smile on your face.
You now own the best toothbrush. Ever.
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