Review: New Colgate Enamel HealthTM

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October 9, 2014 • Beauty, Fashion Blog

Colgate Enamel Health

Got “yuck mouth?” I’ve always been into my teeth being their whitest, but now that I have to obsess over my sons’ teeth as well. I feel like I am always brushing someone’s. I have been a Colgate fan for as far back as I can remember and in recent years have been rather faithful to whitening toothpastes, but never really thought much about my enamel. Now I can whiten and protect my enamel! Recently Colgate introduced a new line of products formulated to replenish and polish for stronger, healthy enamel. Colgate® Enamel HealthTM helps maintain the work your dental hygienist does in-between visits. When your enamel isn’t properly maintained, it can become rough and more susceptible to damage.

The new Colgate Enamel Health TM 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. It comes in a whitening formula and one for sensitivity.

Used with the new Colgate 360° Enamel Health Manual Toothbrush the two are a deadly duo.The uniquely designed bristles help protect enamel surfaces and gums, while the polishing whitening cups gently remove stains for a brighter smile. This toothbrush has 48% softer bristles than an ordinary soft manual toothbrush. It also has a cheek and tongue cleaner to help you remove over 96% more bacteria than brushing your teeth alone with an ordinary flat trim toothbrush. Lastly, the polishing whitening cups gently remove stains and raised cleaning tip helps get into hard-to-reach areas.

Incidentally, my dentist even commented on the condition of my teeth my last check-up. Bonus!

Check out the Colgate® Enamel HealthTM products here.

– Lauren Dimet Waters

Samples provided for review,  but opinions are my own.

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3 Responses to Review: New Colgate Enamel HealthTM

  1. judy says:

    Indecently? Maybe you mean incidentally? I hope your dentist wasn’t indecent.

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