I recently volunteered to be provided with a years supply of toothbrushes in return for a review on my blog. You can probably imagine my surprise when I was only sent four of the first brush I am reviewing – the Charcoal and Silver. Surely this wouldn’t be enough?!
I’ve always been a bit sceptical when it comes to my teeth. I don’t have the best teeth in the world and have already had to have one pulled out on the bottom right hand side – thankfully toward the back. My gums are rubbish too. They are always bleeding. Plus I am supposed to wear a mouth guard at night to prevent me grinding my teeth – something I am guilty of not keeping up with on a regular basis because I hate it. I have also used an electric toothbrush since I can remember, which the dentist keeps telling me is best for my teeth – another reason to be sceptical of the Nano-B.
When I was offered the toothbrushes, this is what they claimed to have as their benefits
– Scientifically rounded tips to massage the gums while protecting from scratches
– Better crimp rigidity (94%)
I also feel more confident about leaving it out in the bathroom whilst it is not in use. The fact that it is more hygienic inhibiting 99.9% of bacteria means that each time I use it, I am not overly concerned that any nasty bacteria has started to form on the bristles.
I will be reviewing the Gold and Bamboo version but, if it is anywhere near as good as this one, I’m happy!
Disclaimer: I have been provided with a year’s supply of Nano-B toothbrushes in return for this review however all words and opinions are my own and have not been influenced in any way.