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REVIEW AND GIVEAWAY – Colgate Total Daily Repair

REVIEW AND GIVEAWAY – Colgate Total Daily Repair

The product featured in this post was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. Please note that any personal opinions reflected in this post are my own and have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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Time to check my travel bag–cosmetics, toiletries, meds all there especially my Colgate regiment. Good, I am now ready to go.

Once upon a time and after many visits to my dentist/orthodontist my teeth were straight, white, and sparkly. They still look good BUT time, medical problems, and eating habits has had its effects. Fact is acids and abrasives damage their enamel cover forever so the smart thing to do is to take proper care of teeth and gums.

I used a prescription toothpaste for years. Then I discussed Colgate Total with my dentist and switched over. Here is my short list of whys:

  • #1 It remineralizes tooth enamel.
  • #2 It strengthens teeth.
  • #3 It helps repair tooth and gum damage.
  • #4 It helps prevent cavities.
  • #5 It helps prevent plaque build.
  • #6 It helps stop gingivitis.
  • and more….

Now it is all about Colgate Total Daily Repair. Available nationwide in drugstore and supermarkets, 4 oz. for $2.47-$2.97 and 5.8 oz. $3.47-$3.97 (SMRP) is what I I consider a sound investment. Active ingredients: Sodium fluoride 0.24% (0.15% w/v fluoride ion) – anticavity, triclosan 0.30% – antigingivitis.

Colgate Total Daily Repair is an anticavity toothpaste and anti gingivitis toothpaste that helps reverse early damage for better oral health. Take it from me this pure white topical does a lot. No more dragon breath, bacteria stopped in its tracks, whitened teeth,what more can I ask? Ah, yes! It has a pleasant taste, light and minty unlike competitors’ nasty ones gone/trashed after one taste.

NEW Colgate Total Daily Repair backed up with Colgate Total Gum Health Clean Mint Advanced Protection for 45% Stronger, Healthier Gums and Colgate 360 Degrees Total Advanced Toothbrush, Floss-Tip Bristles (Medium), my healthy mouth routine pays off every dental check. Trust me; I have been going to the dentist regularly since I was two. Decades may have passed but good health and good dental planning go hand in hand.

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18 thoughts on “REVIEW AND GIVEAWAY – Colgate Total Daily Repair

  1. I visit the dentist twice a year for checkups, x-rays and cleanings. I actually just went last week, but that was for something else. 🙂

  2. I use to go regularly until i lost my dental insurance now i only go when needed. Hoping to get some sort of insurance soon.

    1. Americans need proper insurance coverage. I suggest so your teeth do not deteriorate looking for an advertisement like a coupon and get them cleaned at least once a year. While your mouth is open anything really bad will show.

  3. When the colgate Optic came out I noticed the clear (but tiny) direction that to be effective, you needed to not eat/drink for at least 30 min after using the product. I bet not many consumers read that so I thought it was worth a mention. This is especially important with the whitening effect. I found that my morning teeth brusing was often quickly followed by bagel and coffee.
    I’m guessing the remineralization impact also needs time before we eat

  4. 2X a year – thank you for asking. I do know that our dentist seems much easier to book if we have a rrepair issue. They have mentioned how so many our bringing in their kids and skimping on getting their own teeth looked at becasue of the costs.

    1. I graciously decline services that are optional like fluoride application uncovered by my insurance since my teeth are old not still developing.

    1. Don’t be. Instead set up an appointment at a convenient time and go from there. No one likes going to there dentist but it is good for one’s health and beauty.

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