Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Colgate Total Daily Repair Regimen


Colgate Total offers a broad array of products that help improve the health of your mouth, to ensure you are taking better care of your oral care. This year, leading up to National Woman's Health Week ( May 8th-14th), Colgate Total invites women across the country to pledge to Refresh, Restore and Repair their health, starting with something as simple as switching to using the Colgate Total Repair regimen. (copied)

I had the great opportunity to try Colgate Total Daily Repair for free through the Colgate-Palmolive company for review purposes. I received the new Colgate total Daily repair Toothpaste, new Colgate Total daily Repair Mouthwash and a Colgate 360 Total Advanced Floss-Tip Bristled Toothbrush.

About the products:

Colgate Total Daily Repair Toothpaste
Product description:
Helps repair early teeth and gum damage
Remineralizes weakened enamel
Helps kill bacteria that cause gingivitis 
Helps protect against plaque and tarter
Freshens breath and whitens teeth(copied)
4.0 oz retail $2.47-$2.97
5.8 oz retail $3.47-$3.97

Colgate Total Daily Repair Mouthwash
Product description
Freshens breath with cool-clean formula
Restores natural calcium
Repairs weakened enamel(copied)
8.4 oz retail $3.49
16.9 oz retail $4.29
33.8 oz retail $5.49

Colgate 360 Total Advanced Floss-Tip Bristled Toothbrush
Product description
Designed to provide deeper reach verses ordinary flat trim toothbrushes
Tapered bristles reach deep between teeth and along gumline
Cheek and tongue cleaner removes odor causing bacteria(copied)
Retail $3.49

All products are available at mass retailer and grocery stores nationwide!

My personal thoughts:

The Colgate Daily Repair Toothpaste has a cool minty flavor that isn't so powerful that it burns my mouth. Some toothpaste has a very strong taste and way too much for my mouth to handle. It also wasn't gritty feeling and didn't leave a residue feeling on my teeth when I was finished brushing and left my mouth feeling clean. I like the flip top feature of the tube. I'm able to seal the toothpaste back up so that no bacteria gets in nor any spillage happens from the top of the tube. The only issue I had with the toothpaste was that it seemed to foam up way to much when brushing.

The Colgate Daily Repair Mouthwash has a cool mint flavor that you can really feel when using it. It doesn't burn as it has no alcohol. The only way for me to describe how it feels is like your taking taking cool water and splashing it on your face during a hot day! It felt refreshing and also left my mouth feeling very clean so I knew my breath was smelling good! The lid of the bottle was a normal one you would find on mouthwash. It was easy to squeeze, twist and open and just as easy to replace when done using it.

I really like the Colgate 360 toothbrush! It has a unique and attractive design that seems to address every area of the mouth. It has layered bristles that reach most areas and doesn't feel rough on my gums.

I appreciate the cheek and tongue cleaner on the toothbrush head, I feel it saves me a lot of time and makes my mouth feel cleaner. The handle on the toothbrush has rubber grips so that your fingers don't slip while brushing and it's very comfortable to hold in my hand. This is a great manual toothbrush and will continue to use this product. I would love to see these features on battery operated toothbrush!
Keeping my mouth healthy, clean and fresh is very important. I'm constantly on the go, talking with and meeting new people. I want to make sure that they have a pleasant experience while talking with me.

All in all, I feel that the Colgate Total Daily Repair products work very well together and have accomplished what they are set out to do. They make my mouth feel clean and refreshed and I would definitely recommend using this product! 

* I received this product free or at a discounted price through the Colgate-Palmolive Company in exchange for my review. I was not compensated for my review and all opinions are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *


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