Get Those Tween Teeth Clean with Oral-B & Crest

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My kids don’t like to brush their teeth.  It can be a painful process.   I have tried to make it more “fun”  for them by finding fun flavoured toothpastes and thank goodness Crest and Oral-B have a great selection of kids tooth pastes and brushes, both manual and electric to help keep them at it.

When I was lucky enough to receive the Professional Series electric toothbrush (my first ever), they were quite envious, and I had promised to find them all their own heads for it so they could all use it.   But P&G beat me too it.  

Introducing Crest and Oral-B Pro-Health FOR ME,  the first complete line of oral care products designed just for tweens.

The FOR ME line-up features a variety of oral care tools designed just for tweens including a new electric powered toothbrush that is designed to gently power away the GUNK in mouths, with a special refill head that is perfect for cleaning around braces. The line also includes an anticavity toothpaste, tween-friendly toothbrushes, fluoride rinse in a fresh mint flavor, and easy-to-use minty floss picks.

We received a sample of these great new products to try out, including the new electric  toothbrush, and I have been given a reluctant thumbs up from my 8 and 10 year old.  This is huge for the boy who refuses to get the point of brushing…..even telling him the chicks will dig it fails to impress the importance of healthy teeth.  Having a fancy toothbrush that he can call is own is a huge step in the right direction for us and hopefully will mean better and better check ups at the dentist.

I would love you guys to have your kids have a chance to try this new line and so I am happy to present another fab giveaway from P&G.

The Tween Teeth bundle is valued at $50* and includes: Oral-B CrossAction Pro-Health Toothbrush, the hip and rad Oral-B Pro-Health for Me Vitality electric toothbrush and 2 Glide floss packages.

This is great package of premium dental care for your kids.   To enter just leave a comment about how much you REALLY floss versus how much you tell your kids to floss :)

A winner will be drawn on April 8th.  Good luck.



By entering the following contest you are accepting that if you win your contact information will be shared with a P&G PR and shipping agency for the purpose of mailing your prize. Please allow 4-6 weeks from the contest closure  date to receive your prize.

This giveaway may appear on other blogs as part of the #PGmom program. However, to be fair, you can only win once per giveaway. If your name is chosen more than once, another winner will be selected.

About Kerry Sauriol

Mother, Blogger, Social Media Consultant


  1. angela m says:

    I floss 3-4 times a week , and I tell my daughter to floss everyday.

  2. Angela Mitchell says:

    I actually only floss a few times a week. My daughter doesn’t know how often I do it but I am always reminding her to brush and floss everyday. She still hates it and it’s a battle.

  3. My husband flosses everyday, and while I tell kids to floss, to be honest I dont floss as much as I should

  4. holly messana says:

    I try to floss daily, doesn’t always happen, but I tell my kids to floss everyday. Teeth brushing and flossing is always a chore! Only one of my kids actually flosses and brushes daily.

  5. Flossing makes all the difference! I’ve even started using a flouride rinse, even though it’s not the most pleasant thing. I can’t imagine the kids using the rinse!

  6. I floss every night but I should really start doing it more often with how many teeth problems I get.

  7. Sydney D says:

    I floss every week or so I’d say, not the greatest haha. Kids not so much. Should really get into the habit of it, though! :)

  8. I usually only floss a couple times a week – shame on me! It is usually when we have ribs, popcorn etc. that gets stuck in my teeth and I have a need to floss. Shame on me I know!!

  9. I make my kids floss everyday before bed when they brush their teeth and of course only get around to flossing about 3 times a week. It is a bit of do as I say not as I do thing going on here

  10. I floss every couple of weeks. I know I should floss daily but somehow it just doesn’t get done! If I had kids, I would tell them to floss daily.

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