How often do you think about your toothbrush?
Probably not frequently, right? But for a piece of equipment that we depend on for keeping our teeth clean, it’s important to put some thought into how you are keeping your toothbrush clean.
Toothbrushes are most at risk for contamination when stored in a shared cup holder, enclosed in a dark space that can breed germs (such as a medicine cabinet) or within close proximity to a toilet. The revolutionary IntelliDent Toothbrush Shield is proven to be 99% effective against airborne and surface bacteria. The IntelliDent® Toothbrush Shield is made of non-woven material that creates a barrier to protect against airborne bacteria while it wicks moisture away from your toothbrush to accelerate the drying process.
I must admit, I am guilty of storing my toothbrush in the medicine cabinet. I had no idea how many germs I was potentially gathering on my toothbrush! The thought of brushing my teeth with a contaminated brush makes my squirm.
I love how IntelliDent Toothbrush shields are easy to use and help keep my toothbrush germ free. Not only are these great for home use, but they are amazing must-haves for travel. My husband often works night shifts, and since receiving these I have made sure to stick some in his overnight bag. My son brings his toothbrush and toothpaste to school for a quick brush after snack, and they have been so useful in keeping his traveling brush sanitary and ready to use.
IntelliDent Toothbrush shields are going to be the perfect companion when we travel to see family this holiday season!
These disposable and effective shields are a must-have personal care product. Make it a part of your collection! IntelliDent Toothbrush Shields is generously offering to giveaway a year’s supply of IntelliDent Toothbrush Shields! That’s six packs of IntelliDent Toothbrush Shields (10 count each). Would you like to be the lucky winner? Enter below!
Julia is a full time mommy and part time writer who thrives on Starbucks, chocolate, and toddler kisses. When she is not chasing a toddler around, you can find her at her personal blog, http://www.elatedexhaustion.com, or playing on Twitter @juliahembree.