Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief
I never had any problems with my teeth. I was able to eat ice cream, ice cold water, coffee, soup – you name it, I ate it. (or drank it) I never really understood what it meant to have sensitive teeth to be honest – that was until just after my first pregnancy. I started to notice that I would get pain when I had anything that was too hot. It wasn't exactly pain but it was super uncomfortable. Well as you know I got pregnant right away and the pain started to get worse and after giving birth to Aria it was downright Sore. Weird right?
It's amazing what hormones and babies can do to a gal! With two babies under the age of two I really just want to be able to drink a coffee that isn't luke warm. I'm sleepy and a coffee makes a world of difference. Especially now that winter is here a hot drink would be kinda nice. So when I was given the opportunity to test out Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief I totally jumped at the chance. I have been using it for a solid week with my new Colgate 360 brush and I am excited to say that this morning with my breakfast I enjoyed a HOT cup of coffee.
I am so super excited. It really is a bummer when you can't eat and drink like you normally would, so after only 1 short week of use I am back to my old eating and drinking habits. Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief works by plugging the channels that lead to the sensitive tooth nerves, thereby blocking the pain! By using it on a regular basis it will build a long lasting barrier that acts like a seal against the sensitivity – WOOT!!
Do you suffer from sensitive teeth? If so you need to take the Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Challenge! Be sure to click HERE to get a FREE sample. Once you get your sample – test it and you can enter to win a Nespresso Coffee Machine and/or a gift basket with a 1 year supply of Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Products.
Get your sample – there is no reason to suffer from tooth sensitivity!
Disclosure – I am part of the Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.