Good oral hygiene is an important part of managing overall health. Furthermore teaching children at a young age about brushing twice daily and keeping a clean mouth helps reduce the risk of tooth decay.
As a Colgate ambassador, I recently invited friends over for a Colgate themed party. Some were timid about showing their teeth because lack of effective dental hygiene. This was my first time hosting a Colgate blogger party, so I was excited. My overall goal was for guest to leave the party feeling more confident, comfortable, and informed about Colgate. Guests ate great food, laughed, but also learned fun facts about Colgate and tips on how to improve oral hygiene.
One of the tips that guests learned was that, tooth decay is a common chronic childhood disease, and it can affect children five to 17 years-old. The children attendees appeared really concerned about getting rotten teeth. In fact after learning about tooth decay, one of the younger guests pouted because she really wanted the Colgate Kids Dora Power toothbrush. “I want to brush my teeth life a big girl,” said Samiya S.
Guests were excited to receive goody bags filled with Colgate products to promote healthy oral hygiene. Many were familiar with the brand; however, they were thrilled to learn about the benefits. “I’ve been using Colgate [toothpaste] for five years, and I love how [Colgate] makes it for people with sensitive teeth because mine are,” said Colgate party attendee Chante S.”
The guests were educated about Colgate® Slim Soft™ toothbrush. The toothbrush is uniquely curved and has a flexible handle. Aside from the Colgate Total Pro-Shield toothpaste, the Colgate® Slim Soft™ was a favorite. Colgate® Slim Soft™ toothbrush has 17x slimmer tip bristles that make it easier to deep clean. The toothbrush is available in two types: Gliding Tips and Pro Tips.
One guest was so excited about the Colgate® Slim Soft™ toothbrush that she asked for an additional one. “It’s uncomfortable to brush with certain toothbrushes because of the large bristles. I appreciate that [Colgate] toothbrush has slimmer tip bristles,” said Pilar R.
Guests left the party smiling bright and feeling confident enough to show their teeth.
Disclosure: In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, please note that this is a sponsored post. The author received complimentary product samples and a gift card for the purpose of facilitating party. The author was not influenced nor asked to give a favorable review. The article represents truth and fairness to educate readers.