Toothbrushes may sound like a strange thing to blog about, but seeing as we all use them at least twice a day, they’re an absolute necessity within our beauty routine.. you can use the most luxurious, high-end makeup, but if your gums and teeth aren’t looked after, then it’s pretty pointless. I have very sensitive teeth and gums and I always have done ever since I was little so I like to use a sonic toothbrush in the evenings and a manual brush in the mornings as recommended by my dentist. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been trialling the Nano-B range of toothbrushes and I have to admit, I’m very impressed. Surely a manual toothbrush, is a manual toothbrush? Wrong. The Nano-B Toothbrushes are on another level…
Did you know that the average toothbrush contains around 10 million germs including a high percentage of potentially fatal bacteria such as staphylococci, streptococci, E.Coli and candida. This bad bacteria can lead to illness, bad breath, cavities and gum disease so it’s pretty scary to read these facts.
The Nano-B Gold, Silver and Charcoal Toothbrushes are individually packaged within travel-friendly plastic tubes which can be used to store the toothbrushes between uses or for protecting them whilst traveling, to limit bacteria buildup.
The Nano-B brushes are £7.99 each, but you can purchase them in multipacks which work out as better value. The brushes are available in a few different colours; blue, pink and clear, and I think they’re really aesthetically pleasing for a toothbrush with their almost crystal-like design.
There are two different types of the brushes.. The Charcoal and Gold Brush, and the Silver Brush, with each brush having special benefits. The Charcoal and Gold Brush is best suited for those who wish to whiten their teeth the natural way, as it combines the antibacterial properties of gold with the natural whitening properties of bamboo charcoal and is recommended for those with stained, discoloured teeth.
The Silver Brush is best suited for those who don’t want to compromise on their health, with the antibacterial properties of silver to kill upto 99.9% of bacteria on your toothbrush. The brushes feature ultra-slim interdental bristles which allow you to deep clean between your teeth and gums, but they’re gentle on the gums as they have scientifically rounded bristles to ensure effective cleaning whilst stimulating the gums. Each brush has 1600 nano coated self sterilising anti bacterial bristles which are impregnated with pure silver, gold and bamboo charcoal.
The Nano-B Gold, Silver and Charcoal bristles are around a medium in firmness which I like as they’re firm enough to thoroughly clean the teeth without been too rigorous on the teeth and gums like firm brushes. When using the brushes, they feel exactly like any other manual toothbrush with no difference whatsoever during use however the difference is very visible post brushing.
Firstly, whenever I brush my teeth, I suffer from bleeding gums but when I use the Nano-B brushes, I suffer from considerably less bleeding which really has impressed me alone and I would happily pay for these brushes just for that major difference.
I have also really seen a difference in the whiteness of my teeth since using the Nano-B brushes.. I’ve been alternating between the two types throughout the trial to see how they compare, and both brushes have really improved the overall whiteness of my teeth; better than any whitening toothpastes or treatments may I add.
They leave my teeth feeling thoroughly clean but not sore like they usually do due to their sensitivity and my teeth feel a lot less sensitive as a whole. I really didn’t think I’d see a noticeable improvement for using these brushes.. I just assumed it would be more for health reasons, but I’ve been blown away .
If you’d like to perhaps purchase you own Nano-B Toothbrush/Toothbrushes, I’ve been very kindly given a discount code which will give you 20% discount with; GEMMA20.
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