Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Kid's Oral-B Electric Tooth Brush Giveaway for Halloween 10/25 CLOSED

Disclosure - free sample provided.


Do you try and limit the amount of sugar your child has and especially around Halloween?  I definitely do!  I want to introduce you to America's Toothfairy.  The idea behind America's Toothfairy is to promote healthy teeth for children.  They are trying to raise funds to help children that truly need dental care, but can't afford it.  You can find out how you can help out a child that needs dental care by visiting their website.  Did you know that with just $10 they can provide a child with tools to promote healthy teeth?  This provides the child with things like toothbrushes, floss and rinse.  

I will definitely be limiting the candy intake in our house.  I like to have my kids brush right after they have a treat.  The Oral-B Pro-Health toothbrush makes brushing easy for kids.  This brush is designed with kids in mind.  It is easy for them to use.  The brush heads are the perfect size for children too.  The handle is also easy for them to hold onto.  The brush worked great and gave my kids really clean teeth.  The Oral-B Pro Health toothbrush and brush heads are available at Walmart.  




Giveaway - enter to win an Oral-B Pro Health toothbrush and set of brush heads.  Valued at over $50.

Open to US residents 18 years of age and older.  The giveaway will end on 10/25/13 at 8:59 PM PST.  The winner will be chosen randomly.  The winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to contact me back to claim their prize.  Mommie of 2 is not responsible for lost prizes or prizes that are not received.  The winner must provide a physical address for prize redemption.  

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.  


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14 comments:

  1. Yes, especially since my grandsons are only toddlers. We usually allow them to have one piece for dessert each night.

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  2. We don't limit. Our kids fortunately aren't too ravenous with candy. They eat several Halloween night and then space it out quite a while. One of our kids typically shares his with friends and has been known to save his candy so long he ends up throwing it out because it's not good anymore.

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  3. yes we do! I usually go through it.

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  4. i go through it and they can have 1 or 2 piece a day and yes even on Halloween night

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  5. We actually do not trick or treat so I would say yes we do ;)

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  6. Yes, definitely. Our halloween candy last a long time because they only get a couple pieces a day!

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  7. Yes they don't get very much candy at a time!

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  8. We can completely control our kids having sweets but we should take care of their oral hygiene.They should brush there teeth regularly to avoid the effects of sweets or food they have eaten.These days Electric Toothbrush are available which are easy to use and kids can use it them self.

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  9. Yes! They can only have so many pieces a day.

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  10. My kids were not too bad with sweets, they only had a little at a time. I am worse and eat more sweets then they do!
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  11. Yes! My daughter is almost 2 and we rarely give her sweets!

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  12. On Halloween I let my daughter have a number of pieces of candy but then after that....maybe one piece a day. We end up throwing half of it out because it sits up on the shelf for months
    jill.kecseg (at) yahoo (dot com)

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