Colgate Wisp Disposable Toothbrush Review
The new on the go dental care tool is the Colgate Wisp disposable toothbrush tool. It's a small compact toothbrush that comes as a 4 pack in a locking, foil sealed plastic case to keep it clean. Each small Wisp has one end with a brush of small plastic bristles, the center have a small amount of toothpaste. The other end a plastic dental pick to get in those hard to reach places.
The disposables toothbrushes are my new favorite way to get a clean mouth at work. I am always conscious about my breath and having food in my teeth while working with customers or co-workers. I have always kept mints and floss with me and now I keep these for those days that mints just might not cut it.
2Packs = 32 Colgate Wisps @ Amazon For under $20.
Squeeky Clean Teeth
Unlike regular brushing in a morning which is a chore due to my gag reflex and the constant mess of the toothpaste drool, the Colgate Wisp is small but it gets into all the tight spots. The toothpaste is a solid that gives an instant burst of freshness in your mouth but without the drool from brushing.
I use these regularly after lunches at my office desk and actually enjoy using them for a few minutes. The result is the squeaky clean feeling on my teeth and my breath is pleasant. I'm not worried about discussing something with a co-worker up close because I know that my mouth smells clean and fresh.
Colgate Wisp For After Lunch Or Anywhere
Because of the small plastic case and the fact that each disposable toothbrush wisp is foil sealed individually, these fit perfectly in a purse, desk drawer, briefcase, or shower bag without any worry of bacterial contamination. When you want to use one, open the plastic container and pull back the foil seal on one of the brushes. Your all set to go.
The bristles for these Colgate Wisps are plastic and strong, but they are flexible. The first time I used one of these a bristle broke and it turned me off to them. After a few more uses and no more broken bristles, I was absolutley hooked. The cost is a little high compared to just bringing your toothbrush and toothpaste around. But, knowing that they are germ free and can be kept almost anywhere is worth it for the price
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