Most often when you think of beauty, a healthy white smile does not come to mind. However, a beautiful smile puts the finishing touches on physical beauty. I am such a teeth and feet person…deal breakers! Your smile says a lot about you and how your care for yourself. That is why teeth are one of the first things I look at when I meet someone.
I want my smile to say that I am warm, inviting, confident, and I put an effort in my overall health and appearance. I know I am not the only one that eyes a person’s teeth. I was chatting with another blogger the other night via Google Hangout and one of the first things she my teeth. I will admit that being told I have nice teeth was slightly embarrassing, but it made me feel great. OK, I am not good a taking compliments. Crazy…I know!
Recently, I noticed a number of commercials about Colgate’s Enamel Health Toothpaste, and I said I would give it a try the next time I needed to pick up toothpaste. However, I was chosen to give it a try, and I was super excited. Yes, I was excited to try a new toothpaste.
I have cut back on sodas and other acids that can erode my tooth enamel. I want to make sure I do not have any problems as I get older. Secretly, the thought of losing teeth and getting dentures later in life or having another chipping incident scares the mess out of me. I think the Colgate Enamel Health Toothpaste will be a great addition to my oral hygiene regimen and maintaining my smile.
According to the commercials and the Colgate Enamel Health site, the toothpaste replenishes calcium to fill in rough spots and polishes the enamel. Keeping your enamel strong is important because when damage occurs the body does not make more or repair the damage. Tooth enamel is the first line of defense against tooth loss or damage, and a product that can add strength to my teeth definitely has my attention. I always say, “I rather be proactive than reactive.”
I purchased my toothpaste from Walgreens and I plan to head back on November 15th to attend their Saturdate event. If you are interested in trying this toothpaste, I encourage you to attend this week’s Saturdate event featuring Colgate products. You can check the Walgreens’ website to find a store near you that is hosting the event. There you will be able to learn more about toothpaste and ask the beauty advisors on hand any questions you may have about the product. Now if you wander over to the beauty aisle and buy items that you did not intend to pick up, do not blame me. I do it every time I go to Walgreens; they always have something on sale that I can’t pass up purchasing. I have no self-control when it comes to beauty. Don’t judge me! LOL!
If you attend the Saturdate event or you’ve tried Colgate’s Enamel Health Toothpaste, let me know and tell me what you think of the event or toothpaste.
Relaxed Thairapy says
Lol! I don’t take compliments well either. I wonder why that is for us both? The blogger buddy has great eyes and totally knows what she’s talking about because your smile is very pretty. Indeed it’s warm, geniune and inviting. Teeth are very important to me.
I have a feet phobia. I don’t want any corns or ugly feet.
Grow It Girl says
I have no idea why I can’t take one and it started in childhood. I don’t do ugly feet at all. I’m like Eddie Murphy in Boomerang. LOL