Tired of waiting until the last minute to get your kids’ stocking stuffers? This year, prepare early and get your child something sure to make them smile, like an Arm & Hammer Spinbrush Kids toothbrush. With a variety of colors and characters, like Spaceman, Mermaid, Butterfly or Skateboard, there is something for everyone!
We were sent the Soccer & Astronaut Spinbrush for my boys to try! I have to say it was nice to open a package and the product worked, YES the batteries are included! I was also impressed with the design and how cute they were.
The real test was would my boys like using them. Well the answer is yes!!! I was worried the my toddler would not like it but to my surprise he took to it like a pro (see pic below). He thought it was fun, he is always asking to brush his teeth, instead of me begging !!! My 10 yr old thought (in his words) that his new toothbrush was "cool".
Details of the Arm & Hammer Spinbrush Kids toothbrush:
|Research shows that kids brush 38% longer with Spinbrush® than when using an ordinary manual brush.*|
|Available in several fun and exciting designs (including Spider-Man, Hulk, Wolverine, Astronaut, Soccer Ball, Dolphin, Ice Cream Cone, Pikachu, Skateboard and Butterfly)|
|Great handle designs make brushing fun!|
|Promotes healthy brushing; removes plaque; massages gums|
|Smaller brush head for smaller mouths|
|Less than $7 U.S. suggested retail price** – only a few dollars more than an ordinary manual toothbrush!|
|Ergonomically designed for a comfortable grip|
|Includes 2 AAA batteries|
|Children under 3 use under adult supervision|
With a few things in mind and a fun-handled Spinbrush, you’ll actually have your children looking forward to brushing.
First, brush along with your child. Maybe even make a game out of it. Let them see how important good oral care is to you and how much you enjoy it. Being a good role model goes a long way toward building good habits that will lead to a lifetime of healthy, happy brushing.
Schedule regular dental visits for checkups, periodontal evaluations and cleaning. But do it so the entire family goes together.
Check your child’s mouth for the signs of disease, including bleeding gums, swollen and bright red gums, gums that are receding away from the teeth and bad breath.
And finally, if you notice that your child has poor oral-health habits, work to help change those tendencies now. After all, it’s much easier to modify faulty habits in a child than in an adult.
A healthy smile, good breath, and strong teeth all contribute to a young person’s sense of personal appearance, as well as confidence and self-esteem.