For 2016, I was all about improving my health—I’ve done yoga, I’ve gone organic, and I’ve done all the necessary Doctor’s visits. In fact, I’ve taken the habit of drinking green tea either in the morning to calm my nerves (I wasn’t that much of a coffee drinker anyway) or in the evening to settle my tummy. Given my newfound love for anything “healthy”, it’s also safe to assume that I am very much concerned about my oral health; I’ve been having nightmares left and right about my teeth falling off so if that’s not enough of a wake-up call (literally) then I don’t know what is. I was never really critical about the toothbrush I used, I figured, the harder the bristles, the better and often, I’d end up with bleeding gums. It wasn’t only until my Dentist told me that I had to switch to a better toothbrush with softer bristles—and no, just because the bristles are soft, it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t keep my teeth clean
So when I was sent the Oral B UltraThin Green Tea toothbrush in my blogger mail, it piqued my curiosity. I wasn’t sure as to how Green Tea would come into play considering it’s a toothbrush but I know for a fact that Green Tea is a great anti-oxidant known for its soothing properties. The thin, tapered bristles of this toothbrush is infused with Green Tea extracts to harness the gentle properties of Green Tea. With the promise of improved gum health in just 14 days, I’m excited to try this new-age technology! I’m vain so anything that’s supposed to improve my physical appearance is right up my alley!
After trying it, I was impressed—I didn’t feel the hard push of the bristles or any pain that I was previously accustomed to. For P99, I have a toothbrush that not only cleans my teeth but massages my gums as well. Do you want to give it a try too? Simply comment with the following information—first 12 to do so will get a fresh batch from me: