Colgate Optic White Toothpaste ... and as promised, here is the review of the Colgate 360 Degree Optic White Toothbrush I purchased with the toothpaste.
While I was not super impressed with the Optic White Toothpaste, I do really enjoy the Colgate 360 Degree Optic White Toothbrush. I feel that the difference textures and heights of the toothbrush combine to reach all areas of your teeth and between your teeth to give you a super-clean feeling.
This toothbrush does tend to be a little pricier than some of the other popular brands currently available, but I found it on sale at CVS and combined my purchase with the use of a coupon, which led to me getting the toothbrush for a fairly reasonable price.
All in all, I would recommend this toothbrush wholeheartedly, but I would search for coupons before purchasing... but then, you know how I am about coupons.
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Monday, January 2, 2012
Now, I'm not a particularly big fan of whitening strips, because I feel that they taste awful, and I can't keep still long enough to keep them on my teeth for the required amount of time. So when I saw the ad for this Optic White toothpaste combined with the coupon (you know me, I can't resist a good coupon), I figured I would give the product a shot.
To start with, the taste is a little harsher than my normal toothpaste, but I figured it would be worth it, if it produced the desired affects. Needless to say, it really hasn't. Six weeks in, and I can't see a noticeable difference, I even took a "before" picture of my teeth, so that I wouldn't just be relying on my own fickle memory. I even purchased one of the Optic White 360 Toothbrushes (review forthcoming) to make sure I was getting the full effect.
All in all, not a bad toothpaste, my teeth were felt super clean - but it no where near delivers on its whitening promises... and would be expensive to buy without a coupon, so I think I will forgo it in the future, and stick to the regular level of whitening toothpastes - which deliver the same results for less.