Sunday, November 30, 2014

Colgate Enamel Health Toothpaste Final Review #Sponsored #MC

I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Colgate. I received a product sample for this review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

I previously blogged about Colgate Enamel Health toothpaste when I first started using it about three weeks ago. I picked up the whitening version (it also comes in sensitive) at my local Walgreens using the gift card provided to me by Influence Central. I'm here today to share an update with you!

Since I drink two to three cups or more of coffee per day, I am concerned about whitening and the acidic affects of coffee on my enamel. I often don't feel as confident as I should because my teeth show a bit of yellowing from coffee and from the dental work I have had done in the past. Because I have had fillings in my front teeth, those areas attract plaque quite easily and only brushing and flossing my teeth usually gets rid of that build up. Since using the Colgate Enamel Health toothpaste, I have noticed that the plaque is not as prevalent there and that makes me so happy. 

I am hopeful that continual use of Colgate Enamel Health products will improve the front teeth especially, since those are areas people regularly see when they're talking to me or when I smile. After all, I know that I tend to notice a person's smile when I meet them for the first time or when I look at pictures. Your smile can communicate so much about you. 

Check out the video I made to fill you in on my experience with Colgate Enamel Health toothpaste. 

I also love to shop at Walgreens for beauty products. They have a great selection and I can always find the newest items that I read about in magazines or see on beauty blogs. When I was there recently, I noticed they had some great sales on things like lipsticks (hint: a lipstick with blue undertones tends to help make your teeth look more white) and skincare. 

Are you concerned about tooth enamel because you drink juice, eat acidic fruit, or drink coffee? 

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