Tuesday, September 8, 2015
0 Colgate Total® Daily Repair Toothpaste review
Colgate is proud to announce a new addition to the Colgate Total portfolio, Colgate Total Daily Repair Toothpaste. This new toothpaste helps reverse early damage to teeth and gums for better oral health.
With the new Colgate Total Daily Repair Toothpaste, consumers are encouraged to be proactive about their oral health. The toothpaste contains a multi-active formula that helps repair early teeth and gum damage before many may even know it exists. Consumers who add the new toothpaste to their daily oral care routine will benefit from stronger enamel and healthier gums.
Colgate Total® Daily Repair Toothpaste re-mineralizes weakened enamel to help prevent cavities and strengthen teeth. Additionally, the toothpaste kills bacteria that causes gingivitis to promote healthy gums and protect against cavities, plaque and tartar. Finally, it also whitens teeth and freshens breath.
I am a proud Colgate user for so many years and I was excited about the new line. In all honesty, when I first became an adult, the choice came down to Colgate having a snap top vs the other brand's twist top. I've been a faithful Colgate user ever since and look forward to their new products as they come out. Now my children are Colgate users and even have their favorite "flavors" if you will. My children like to choose their own and we always go with Colgate brand.
That being said, I really like this new line. I was provided a tube of the daily repair toothpaste and a Colgate toothbrush. I'm all about the convenience of the top, which this one doesn't disappoint. it has the style top that snaps closed but has a flat surface, so that it can be placed upside down and upright on your counter. The toothpaste is a simple white paste but has a really nice flavor and is not too overpowering. I love that it can actually help my gums by fortifying my enamel and fighting germs.
Our family (especially the kids) are really pleased with this line. The toothbrush is awesome too. It has the floss-tip bristles that can get in between your teeth as you brush. If you haven't already, I encourage you to check it out.
Samples received to facilitate this review. No compensation was provided. Thank you Colgate!
Posted by Tiffany Christie at 5:18 AM