When Crest & Oral-B launched their Pro-Health Clinical Plaque Control line, I will admit – I was a little nervous about how it would taste. Levi is a tooth brushing expert, though, and he showed me there was nothing to fear.
He was right, by the way. I am totally digging the flavor of the Pro-Health line. It’s slightly sweet without tasting fake, and even though it’s clinical strength, it doesn’t taste like the dentist’s office at all. The mouth wash doesn’t burn, either. I guess I have too much experience with “intense” other brands. You know, the ones where you’re counting every second to 30 so you can spit it out. The Pro-Health isn’t like that at all.
One of my favorite things about the Crest Pro-Health toothpaste (besides the taste) is kinda dorky, but it’s important to me – the tube shape.
I have super limited space in my bathroom (it’s a tiny room full of pink tile from 1950) since there’s no counter. A tube of toothpaste with a flat cap that can stand on the edge of my sink is awesome and I love it. I know laying it down sideways doesn’t take up that much more room, but the vertical storage is so much better.
Levi helped me put together this little video on how to brush your teeth.
I tried to get him to help make a video on flossing, but that’s still a little advanced for Levi. He kept trying to eat the floss, so for now we’ll stick with Mommy helping him with that part.
If you’re looking for a new oral care system, I definitely recommend the Crest Pro-Health product line. They’ve got you covered from toothpaste to mouthwash to dental floss (and even the toothbrush itself!), the flavor is yummy, and your mouth feels nice and clean when you’re done. Crest Pro-Health is the new official toothpaste of Levi’s house, and I think you’ll like it, too.
Do your kids enjoy brushing their teeth?
I wrote this review while participating in a blogger review campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Crest and received product samples to facilitate my candid review. Mom Central Consulting sent me a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.