Three Smile-friendly Stocking Stuffers
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The holidays are right around the corner and that means gift-giving season is upon us! We get it, coming up with great gift ideas for friends and loved ones is hard. We’ve got you covered with three easy ideas for practical stocking stuffers this season.
1. Hello Toothpaste – $10 (Amazon)
Staring off the list is Hello Toothpaste. This toothpaste comes in several interesting flavors such as mojito mint, sweet mint, and pure mint. In addition to making your mouth feel fresh and minty, it also brightens your teeth, fights cavities, and strengthens your enamel. The product has a 4.2/5 star rating on Amazon. After devouring all the holiday goodies, a tube of Hello Toothpaste will come in handy.
2. TheraBreath Oral Rinse $14.57 (2 Pack Amazon)
File this one under “something useful” on your gift list. The way your mouth feels after rinsing with mouthwash is by far one of the greatest feelings in the world! What if there was a way to bottle that awesome feeling? Well, gifting someone Therabreath oral rinse might be the next best thing. This ADA approved mouthwash has been the leading mouthwash option for 20 years. According to the company’s own studies, Therebreath is effective at killing bad breath for 24 hours! What’s better than amazing breath? Amazing breath that lasts the whole day.
3. Gum Soft Picks – $18.43 (Amazon)
Having food in your teeth in the worst right? Here’s the perfect idea to save friends and loved ones from that embarrassing experience. These Gum Soft-Picks will always do the job. The Soft-Picks make sure your teeth don’t have plaque and remove all the leftover bits from dinner. These little picks have soft bristles that remove the plaque and food but also massage your gums. These Soft-Picks are a win-win – a plaque-free smile AND a mini massage for our gums.
We hope this gives you a few ideas for great gifts that become a regular part of your loved one’s oral health routine – flossing daily, brushing at least twice a day and visiting the dentist regularly.
Maybe we’re biased, but what could possibly be better than gifts that also help protect a healthy smile through the holidays and into the new year?