One of the first things I look at on a person is their smile or if they are smiling. A person with a warm smile is inviting, and if I am shopping, a person with a nice warm smile is who I want to assist me. I am not a snob but a nice smile will lure me in.
I have tried the Colgate Enamel Health Whitening Toothpaste for the last three weeks and I am happy with my results. As I previously mentioned, I am concerned with overall oral health and I do all I can to keep my teeth and gums healthy. The enamel health toothpaste is designed to fill in rough spots on the enamel and to polish the enamel for a smoother surface. As for the whitening effects, I can’t say how well it worked because I use other whitening products on a daily basis. I picked this on to boost what I was already doing with my oral care regimen.
A few people asked why I picked the whitening toothpaste instead of the sensitive toothpaste. I went with whitening because I tend to gravitate to whitening products. Also, the sensitivity I experienced was a direct result of clinching my teeth. Even with the Colgate Enamel Heath Whitening Toothpaste, I did notice less sensitivity. I believe knowing I was using the toothpaste and why made me more aware of clinching my teeth and I have notice a decrease in that too.
The product was very smooth with a mint flavor. I was happy with the taste because it was mild and it did not burn my mouth. Yes, I have tried a few toothpastes that burn or the taste is horrible.
During my trial period, I attended a Colgate Enamel Health Twitter party. One of the questions asked us about the tips and trick we use to keep our teeth white. I have two favorite ways I keep my smile as white as possible. First, I drink everything with a straw. I don’t pucker my mouth up when drinking because that will cause wrinkles. Secondly, I rinse my mouth with a whitening rinse or a mixture of peroxide and water. Both are effective.
Overall, my teeth feel better. They feel smoother and stronger. It looks like the Colgate Enamel Health has replaced my OptiWhite and one other brand I use. The ultimate test will come on my next dentist visit. You can find both the sensitive and whitening versions of Colgate Enamel Health most major retailers. I picked mine up from Walgreens for $4.99, along with a few other beauty items that were on sale. I couldn’t resist.
I hope you found my Colgate Enamel Health Whitening Toothpaste Review and first impression helpful. If you decide to give it a try, be sure to let me know or tag me on Instagram.