I've always wanted to try one, you know.
I guess I was intimidated. Would it.... tickle? Would it... get the job done?
So when Cenoire asked me if I'd like to review their new line of electric toothbrushes, I simply could not resist.
The sleek and surprisingly hip Eluo Sonic Toouthbrush from Cenoire is an ideal stocking stuffer. It's compact and just $14.99! It's super easy to use (I mean, why should an electric toothbrush be complicated?!) and while it's designed for people on the go in mind, it's probably pretty kid-friendly, too. In fact, since it's a rather small brush size, it would - I imagine - fit well over kids' teeth. (I'm a kid expert.)
But as for the on the go aspect... It's battery powered (no chords), it's built into its own casing, it's aerated so it won't get gross or anything in your carry-on bag. You could even throw it in your purse! It would be terrific to have handy at the end of the work day if there's an after-work adventure ahead.
And all the designs -- LOVE!
I guess I''ve always been put off by price and the prospect of it feeling weird to have a vibrating toothbrush in my mouth but I'm won over now. You can't beat the cost or efficacy. Plus, the backside of the brush is a simple tongue cleaner. (Do you brush your tongue? If not, you should. It's actually a habit I took up a long time ago and always practice. So I was delighted to find the second use for this device.)
The Eluo Sonic Toothbrush’s sonic vibration does all the work for you; just add toothpaste and you’re good to go. A simple on/off button gets your toothbrush going and then approximately 23,000 brush strokes per minute work to keep your pearly whites clean – faster and more effective than normal toothbrushes. The electric vibration strokes do the work for you, freeing you from the back and forth motions of traditional toothbrushes. Once you’re done, just rinse the brush, pop on the protective cap and toss your toothbrush back in your bag (or, you know, into the top drawer). Weighing less than an ounce, your brush will never be a burden. When used twice a day, the toothbrush head will last up to 90 days and it comes with two more so at $14.99? A genuine bargain, I say!
Disclosure: In case you didn't gather as much from my post, Cenoire sent me a device to try in exchange for my review, which is honest, I promise, and rather amusing, if I do say so myself.