Saving our Teeth – LISTERINE 21 day challenge Part 2

by superexhausted on March 2, 2013

boy brushing Listerine 21 day challenge.  So if you recall my family took on the Listerine 21 day challenge.  The Listerine challenge has been great for our family. Everyone sign on and committed to using the Listerine for the full 21 days (we are still doing it). My daughter and son used Reach tooth brushes and Listerine’s Smart Rinse.  My daughter loved the pink Barbie rinse.  We visited the Listerine web site and learned about proper dental care.

girl brushing

My husband I brushed with the Reach Tarter control  tooth brush.  We used Listerine whitening tooth paste  which I loved.  Then we rinsed after every brushing with Listerine Total Care. I also use the great Reach floss and Reach Access flosser which helps reach my back teeth.  From my observation  my teeth are actually cleaner and with less tarter. Feeling like my teeth are whiter and I find I am smiling more. women with listerine

Dentist:  We actually had a dentist appointment this past week,  The dentist said the kids teeth look clean and healthy.   The dentist did say that regular adult Listerine should not be use in a child mouth, because it is too strong. .  She said the Listerine Kids Smart Rinse is a great choice.

Tip from the dentist: She also recommend to my son who does not like minty toothpaste to dip his Reach tooth brush in the Listerine Rinse and brush.

Thanks Listerine for a great check up at the Dentist.

Did you know brushing alone misses 75% of your mouth? That’s right—and believe it or not, even if you brush twice a day, you’re likely missing a majority of your mouth, leaving plenty of room for germs to grow.

By using a LISTERINE® Antiseptic mouthwash twice a day for 30 seconds, you can clean virtually 100 percent of your mouth. In fact, you can get:

  • Up to 5 times healthier gums in 2 weeks
  • Up to 9 times healthier gums in 4 weeks*

That’s not just lip service, either! The makers of LISTERINE® know that users will feel a difference—or their money back**. listerine

Participating in this challenge offers the added benefit of joining the makers of LISTERINE® ULTRACLEAN® in helping Oral Health America impact the lives of children nationwide this year through the Smiles Across America® program. Shockingly, oral disease is now the most chronic childhood illness in the U.S.[1] It impacts kids of all backgrounds, but especially the millions who are unable to afford, or otherwise get access to, regular professional care.

Here is our video reviews  so you can see the clean :

Want to join me in the 21 day  head over to Listerine Facebook page and sign up for the LISTERINE 21day Challenge

also check out the Listerine kids website they have are coupons to save on Listerine and Reach Products.

For every person who signs up for the challenge, the LISTERINE® Brand will make a contribution to help Oral Health America’s Smiles Across America® program toward their goal of connecting 210,000 children with needed oral health services in 2013***.


Disclosure: “I received products from Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc. and The Motherhood as part of my participation in the LISTERINE® 21 Day Challenge. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are my own.”

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carrie March 4, 2013 at 12:45 pm

I’m impressed with kids who can use Listerine. I still have a hard time swishing for more than 5 seconds! I guess every little bit counts :)

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Heather March 4, 2013 at 6:09 pm

Thanks for the tips – the statistics on healthier gums are pretty impressive!

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Melinda@LookWhatMomFound...andDadtoo March 5, 2013 at 12:19 pm

off topic, love that scarf, great color! Thanks for the great information! I definitely need to enforce mouthwash use with my kids

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