Sterilizing baby bottles (and more!) just got easier with UviCube


Baby Bottles

I would not consider myself a “germophobe”, but I am concerned about germs and bacteria and the harm it can cause my family. I’ve always been that way – ever since my kids were babies.

Most first time parents are overly cautious when it comes to germs. They even go so far as to make sure everyone washes their hands before touching the child. And heaven forbid a pacifier or teething toy falls on to the ground. I think most parents would rather toss it away instead of having to boil water to sterilize it again.

Our son was a preemie and we had to be extra careful to ensure he didn’t get sick. I still remember boiling huge pots of water to drop all his bottles, nibbles, pacifiers and other items that went into his mouth (teething rings, favorite teething toy…). It was time consuming to say the least. Every night (sometimes even during the day) I had to boil everything to make sure it was sanitized. I always dreamed of an easier way to make sure our children’s items were sanitized for their protection.


There is a new product on the market that makes sanitizing your baby’s bottles and pacifiers quicker and easier. It’s called UviCube.

UviCube Dries, Disinfects and Stores. Unlike traditional sterilizing baby bottle methods, UviCube has a drying function for baby bottles, baby bottle nipples, sippy cups, pacifiers and other similar containers before disinfecting them with the power of UV light. This ability allows you to save time, including precious counter top space instead of having to lay out all of your baby’s items out to dry.

The UviCube looks like a small “microwave.”


UviCube uses a low-heat infrared light to dry and UV light to disinfect. You don’t have to worry about burning your fingers like you would with boiling water.

It’s important that your baby’s bottles, pacifiers, sippy cups and other things they put in their mouths be sanitized. Their immune and digestive systems are not as strong as adults. They are still underdeveloped and weak.

I have actually seen mom’s pick up their child’s pacifier from the floor (after the baby dropped it), put it in THEIR mouth to suck it clean and then put it back in their baby’s mouth.


That is gross on so many levels, not to mention completely unhealthy.

UviCube can house several bottles (depending on the size) so you can dry and sanitize several bottles at one time. Talk about a time saver. I wish we had something like this when my kids were little. It would have saved me from having to fill a pot with water, wait for it to boil, drop in the things I wanted to disinfect, watch them in the water for a few minutes, then take the out and let them air dry on the counter. With UviCube you simply pop the bottles (after you clean them) into the UviCube and in no time they are dry and disinfected. It’s as easy as 1-2-3!


You can even store your baby’s things (bottles, cups…) inside the UviCube to free up space on your counter top.

UviCube is not only for baby things. The UviCube can be used to disinfect and sanitize other things like remote controls, toys, cellphones and more. I like that it does more than just sanitize baby items.

Did you know that your cellphone has more germs and bacteria on it than a public restroom toilet? It’s true! Google it. Tests have proven that cellphones carry a lot of harmful germs and bacteria on them including E-coli and Staphylococcus (which causes Staph infections).

The UviCube is great for the whole family to use. It’s not just for baby items.

If you would like more information about UviCube visit www.UviCube.com. You can also check them out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest.

UviCube is not available for purchase – yet. You can sign up on their website to be notified when the units are available. However they have a Kickstarter campaign going on right now and they have surpassed their goal amount.

I’ve seen plenty of Kickstarter campaigns over the past couple of years and I can tell that UviCube is a very popular because they have surpassed their goal amount and they still have about a month and a half to go on their campaign. That is amazing! You can tell that people can truly see the value in UviCube.

You can see what others are saying about this campaign using the hashtag #KickstartUviCube.

There are different donation options for UviCube from $1.00 and up. There are special rewards for the various amounts donated.

For more information about the UviCube Kickstarter campaign, or the make a donation, visit UviCube on Kickstarter.

What do you think about UviCube? Does it look like something you and your family could use?



*I have partnered with UviCube to bring you this information.

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Let Pine Brothers help you through cold and cough season (giveaway ends 2/27/15)



Cough cough cough… There is no doubt that you have been hearing A LOT of that lately, especially if you work in an office or spend a lot of time in stores. It’s the dreaded cold and cough season. As much as we try to avoid it there comes a time when we all end up with a cold.

Sometimes I think the cough is the worse part. It can keep you up at night, as well as other family members. It’s also embarrassing to have a “coughing fit” in a public place or at your work place.

It’s always a good idea to keep some throat drops on hand to help sooth your throat and help you keep the coughs away.

There are plenty of products on the market aimed at controlling coughs and soothing dry, itchy, sore throats. Personally I tend to stick with products that are tried and true, most especially ones I have been using since I was a kid. If my mom had faith in the products, so do I.

Photo Source: Pine Brothers Facebook page

Photo Source: Pine Brothers Facebook page

One brand, Pine Brothers, has been making premium throat drops since 1870. They are America’s original throat drop. Pine Brothers uses all natural ingredients. Their throat drops have a unique “softishness” that has quickly made Pine Bros a favorite among many.

A lot has happened with the company over the past year and they are expanding at a rapid pace. In addition to being available at more stores, such as Walgreens, they also have a brand new flavor – Lemon Citrus. The new flavor joins other Pine Brother throat drop flavors including Wild Cherry, Natural Honey and my personal favorite Licorice.


Pine Bros. throat drops are for the temporary relief of minor discomfort in a sore mouth and/or a sore throat. They are intended for adults and children over 3 years old.

To use simply let 1-2 drops dissolve in your throat as needed. Do not chew them.

If your sore throat lasts for more then 2 days you should seek medical attention just to be on the safe side.

What I enjoy most about these throat drops is that they have an enjoyable taste to them. They do not taste medicinal. They have a pleasant taste to them.

I also like that they don’t leave a numb feeling in your mouth or throat. I can’t stand those lozenges that make your mouth/throat numb. I want soothing relief – not numbing my mouth.


I like the new Lemon Citrus flavor. It’s a light flavor – not too strong. It tastes a bit more lemony to me than citrus but that is fine with me. It’s a nice addition to the Pine Bros. throat drop product line.

I like the softness to the drops too. Sometimes the hard throat drops can have hard, sharp spots on them that cut your tongue when you suck on them. Have you ever had that happen to you before? The same thing happens sometimes with hard candies. The soft Pine Bros. throat drop is a pleasant experience from start to finish.

Pine Brothers products are available at many retail locations across the country including Rite Aid, Safeway, Shop Rite, Meijer, Walmart, DrugStore.com, Kroger and Duane Reade. You can also purchase the products on the Pine Brothers website, PineBrothers.com. You can also find the brand on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Pine Brothers throat drops are available in bags (32 drops per bag) and “pucks” (26 drops per puck). The pucks are great for keeping in your purse, backpack, desk at work and even your car’s glove compartment so you always have them handy.


Pine Brothers would like to give a lucky reader a nice assortment of Pine Brother throat drops – a mixture of all four flavors in both pucks and bags (retail value $52.00). Thank you Pine Brothers.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on February 27, 2015 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win this prize – OR – what is your favorite flavor (or flavor you’d like to try) of Pine Bros. throat drops?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries wont’ qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

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*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Tips on Having a Successful Big Day


Alarm clock

Do you ever wake up in the morning in a panic that you are not going to be able to get ready in time, or gather up all your things, before heading out the door? I think we can all relate to that.

Our mornings are super chaotic. We have four people trying to get ready for work and school at the same time. Only having one bathroom doesn’t help matters either.

My kids are the ones who tend to misplace things or forget things more often than my husband and I. Most mornings my daughter’s dresser looks like it exploded because there are clothes every where. In effort to find the “perfect” outfit and/or accessories she tears the place apart. It would help immensely if her dressers were neat and organized to begin with. She just shoves things into the drawers. There is no “rhyme or reason” as to where her stuff is. For example, instead of having a drawer for tops and a drawer for bottoms all here things are just randomly shoved into the drawers (not even folded!).

Our son is just as bad. He might be able to get dressed and ready quick enough, but he frequently forgets to put things in his backpack. Many times I find myself dropping off books, homework, flashcards and other things at school because he left them at home.


I encourage my kids to get prepared the night before by laying out what they want to wear and making sure their backpacks are ready with all their necessary school work, books and whatever else they might need. This is especially important if they have something “big” going on the next day like an important test or presentation. When you prepare the night before a big day, you set yourself up to have a better tomorrow.

I lead by example. I like to set out my clothes for the following day as well as make sure the tote bag I bring to work with me is ready to go. My tote bag includes my purse, cellphone charger, cellphone, spare glasses and miscellaneous “must haves” (hand lotion, aspirin, lip balm…).

Morning cereal selfie.

Morning cereal selfie.

The same applies to breakfast. When setting yourself up for success it’s important to include a healthy, nutritious and tasty breakfast too. For example, a bowl of your favorite Kellogg’s cereal and milk. Or in my case Kellogg’s cereal with a glass of milk (I don’t like milk in my cereal). Some great options that are full of protein and grains include Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats, Special K or Raisin Bran. 

When planning for the day ahead by getting your outfit ready, packing your bag or backpack and setting your alarm (don’t forget to do that), don’t forget to plan ahead for the next day’s breakfast. Just like your clothes and important things, you can easily set out a box of cereal and your favorite bowl and spoon. Why not think about you morning cereal the night before? It makes sense to plan ahead. It makes the morning routine so much easier and more efficient.


Here are some additional tips from Dr. Travis Stork, star of the TV show “The Doctors,” for Having a Successful Big Day.

  • Lay out your clothes the night before to help streamline your morning routine.
  • Create a “must achieve” list for the morning to help yourself stop stressing about those tasks at night, leading to a more restful night’s sleep.
  • Plan out what to have for breakfast, and nothing is easier than setting out a bowl and spoon for a quick, nutritious and tasty bowl of cereal in the morning.
  • If you’re travelling or on-the-go, making sure to pack a nutritious snack (like a baggie of cereal) in your bag to help you avoid hitting the mid-morning lull and picking something unhealthy.

For additional information and tips on how you can start your day off right with Kellogg’s cereal and milk visit the Kellogg’s website, Kelloggs.com. You can also click here for more information about the nutritional benefits of a healthy breakfast.

Kellogg’s is hosting a Twitter chat on February 10, 2015 at 12:00 noon (EST). The party will last approximately one hour. It will be hosted by @TheMotherhood and co-hosted by Dr. Travis Stork (@TravisStorkMD). Join us for your chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card, branded prizes and Kellogg’s cereal.

My son enjoying Kellogg's Blueberry Frosted Mini Wheats for breakfast.

My son enjoying Kellogg’s Blueberry Frosted Mini Wheats for breakfast.

The official hashtags are #BigDay and #Tomorrow. Be sure to include them in your tweets and social media shares. Plus you can search the hashtags to see what others are saying.

You can also check out Kelloggs on Twitter (@KelloggsUS) and Instagram (KelloggsUS).

How do YOU prepare for your big day ahead? Feel free to share your tips and suggestions in the comments section of this post.

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*This post is sponsored by @KelloggsUS. Although compensated the opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Wellness products from Smith Brothers

Smith Brothers Black Licorice

Are there products that you use today that you grew up using as a child? A product that brings back memories? Something you know works so why try something else? That is how I feel about Smith Brothers.

I grew up using Smith Brothers cough drops whenever I had a cough or sore throat. My mom would purchase the Cherry flavored ones for our family but not me. I preferred the Black Licorice cough drops. They were my family. I love black licorice.

As a mom I have purchased Smith Brothers cough drops for my family (they also prefer the Cherry and I still buy the Black Licorice for myself).

The brand was developed in Poughkeepsie, New York which is not far from where I lived as a child. My biological mother’s last name is Smith. I always thought it would be fun to be related to the brothers who created the Smith Brothers brand (as far as I know there is no relationship).


Did you know that Smith Brothers is a lot more than just cough drops? Smith Brothers Co. has recently introduced a comprehensive wellness regimen to help you every step of the way through a cold or the flu and help you to restore your overall wellness.

Their new product line, Smith Brother Wellness, addresses the three phases of cold and flu with consumer preferred forms and ingredients. The three phases consist of immune support, relief of cold & flu and restore wellness.

These products represent four key traits that consumers demand in over-the-counter remedies:

  • All Smith Brothers products represent the highest standard of safety.
  • Smith Brothers’ products are effective in delivering upon their promise.
  • Smith Brothers products are portable with stick packs, sachets and tubes that offer convenience when consumers want to take the products.
  • Importantly, the products’ formats and flavors are enjoyable.

I received these products a long time ago to review, but I couldn’t actually review them until I had a cold (I’ve had the flu shot).

Here are the products available as part of their Wellness product line.


These products are specifically formulated with Vitamins C, B6, B12 and Zinc to support the body’s natural immune response and prepare the body to fight cold symptoms.




Nothing feels better when you’re sick than drinking hot liquids.  Smith Brothers has created three soothing hot tea formulations to focus on relieving the most common cold and flu symptoms.





Smith Brothers’ Restore Wellness supplements aids in recovery and (in the process) fights fatigue and increases alertness after an illness by replenishing electrolytes and B-complex vitamins.



I received all of these products to review. Unfortunately with cold remedies I just couldn’t take them for the sake of trying them out. I really needed to have a cold or feel sick in order to test their effectiveness. Sad to say I DID get sick so I was finally able to try the products out.

It was weird taking a medication that was hot/warm. Not weird in a bad way. I simply mean I have never had a warmed medication before. It was different. I enjoyed it. I love herbal teas so I just thought of it as a tea rather than something to help me feel better. I think the warmness of the product helps you to feel a bit better too. There is something comforting about enjoying something warm (tea, milk, soup…).

I don’t like liquid medications because the alcohol and other ingredients then to “burn” my stomach. I end up having to eat crackers or something to sooth my stomach. For that reason I tend to go for pills. The only problem with pills is that they take longer to kick in than a liquid does. With the Smith Brothers Wellness Cold Relief I was able to be relieved of my symptoms quickly and in an enjoyable way.

Smith Bros Wellness Regimen

I tried all three remedies. They are pleasant tasting. They don’t come off as being medicinal. Even my husband enjoyed them (except the Honey Lemon – he doesn’t like honey flavored things).

I have been enjoying the Immune Support products. I use them pretty much every day. Working with little children makes me a bit more susceptible to getting sick. Little kids cough and sneeze in my face on a regular basis. Perhaps using the products regularly has helped me from getting sick more frequently?

I’ve used the Restore Wellness products after a bout with a stomach bug. I know that electrolytes can be lost when you are ill. There are products on the market to help replace them but they can be expensive and not very tasty. The Smith Brother Wellness products are a nicer option.

I know it’s odd to say this but these wellness products are enjoyable and they make being sick less horrible. Why force yourself to swallow horse size pills or drink gross liquids when you can have flavorful and less medicinal like options like the Smith Brother Wellness products.

Look for these products on a store shelf near you, including Target.

For more information about Smith Brothers products visit www.TheSmithBrothers.com. You can also check out the brand on Facebook and Twitter.

Have you tried any of the Smith Brothers Wellness products yet? Do you think you’ll give them a try the next time you are feeling “under the weather?”

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*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Have you visited your local Rite Aid this month?


Surprise box

I love being a part of the Rite Aid network. Each month the company sends me a box full of goodies to try out. It’s like my birthday and Christmas rolled up into one every month. I never know what I am going to receive. Many of the products they send me end up being my new favorites. Thank goodness we have a Rite Aid near by so I can purchase more of the products that I like the most.

Dove Cranberry

One of the products they sent this month didn’t even last a day! I received two packages of Dove chocolates. Both are made with whole fruit that has been dipped in chocolate. One package was blueberries and the other one was cranberries. Noticed how I said “was”. Between me and my family we finished off both packages before the end of the day. Thank goodness our local Rite Aid carries them. I was able to pick up a few more packages (a couple of them I hide for myself – LOL). I would never think to cover cranberries in chocolate but they pair together so good!

They are also available in chocolate covered cherries. I haven’t seen them locally but I am keeping an eye out for them.

Rite Aid also send me two packs of Mentos Gum (Fresh Mint and Tropical). I’m not much of a gum chewer, but my kids are. I do like to chew gum from time to time. Sometimes it relaxes me. I find if I’m stressing out a bit that chewing on some gum helps to calm me down.

Mentos Gum

I love Mentos candy but I’ve never had the gum before now. I like it. It does have a bit of a “kick” to it, but that is fine with me.

I’m glad I received two so that I could share with my family.

Just like the Dove chocolates the gum was also quick to disappear in my home.

One product I received that I use daily is Oil of Olay Regenerist Luminous Facial Oil. This clear, fragrance free oil contains nine luxurious enriched natural oils including coconut, apricot kernel, grape seed extract, sunflower, evening primrose, sesame, jojoba, babassu, and mimosa oil. The oils help to hydrate your skin and protect against moisture loss.



Oil of Olay Regenerist Luminous Facial Oil is easy to use and apply. Simply put a few drops on your hand and then gently apply the oil to your skin in a circular motion.

I was concerned that putting oil on my face would make it greasy or cause breakouts. That has not happened. It’s lightweight and absorbs quickly. You don’t even know you are wearing it. I also have not broke out.

So far my face is free from dry patches, which I normally get during the winter months. I attribute that to the oil. It’s really nice. Plus a little bit goes a long way. It’s a big bottle and you only need a few drops each time you use it.

Speaking of winter and dry skin, like many people, the heels of my feet get REALLY dry during the winter months. So much so they split which is not only gross looking, but sometimes painful too.

Amoped Pedi

To remedy this problem I have been using the Amope Pedi Perfect electronic foot file (also from Rite Aid). I’ve been using it for well over a month now to remove dry skin.

Rite Aid send me a jar of Callex. Callex is made especially for dry, cracked heels. It helps to moisturize, soften and smooth cracked heels. Combined with the Amope Pedi Perfect my feet look awesome. I could wear sandals or flip flops right now and not have to worry about my feet being seen. I want to show them off. They look and feel great.


In addition to these products I also received some products from TheraBreath Oral Care. I have never heard of the brand before. One is toothpaste and the other is an oral rinse.

My family of four used up the toothpaste tube right away. I’ve been using the oral rinse. It has a light, minty taste to it. Its not strong like typical mouth rinses are. I find that most mouth rinses are too strong and almost feel like they are burning the inside of my mouth. I like that the TheraBreath Oral Rinse helped to eliminate the bacteria that causes bad breath in a gentle,  yet effective, way.

I plan on picking up more of the oral rinse the next time I stop by Rite Aid. Personally I really like how well it works. It also makes me feel more confident that my breath smells clean.


I would have enjoyed the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara that was sent to me, but my teenage daughter needed new mascara. It made no sense to purchase new mascara since Rite Aid was kind enough to send me some, so I gave it to my daughter.

I asked her how she likes it. She says she likes the curved lash brush. She said it helps her to do the corner of her eyelashes much easier (she turns the brush upside down to fit in the corners). She also tells me that is lasts a long time (it doesn’t flake off throughout the day) and it washes off easily.

Since she’s having good luck with the mascara I’ll pick up one for myself when I need to replace my mascara.


One of my goals for the new year was to get on track with my health. Taking a multi-vitamin was on my “to do” list for the new year. Rite Aid must have read my mind because they sent me some vitamins from GNC. I didn’t even know you could buy GNC products at Rite Aid. I was happy to hear that.

I received Ultra Mega Green Women’s Vitamins and Women’s Ultra Mega Women’s 50+. I’m not 50 (yet) so for now I have only been using the Ultra Mega Green Women’s Vitamins. These vitamins are made with eight wholesome vegetable, fruit and green blends. These nutrient rich blends provide your body with cell-protecting antioxidants. They also support immune health which is important during the winter months when colds are rampant.

I plan on using the Women’s Ultra Mega Women’s 50+ multivitamins too because they help support memory function which I need sometimes. They also help with breast and bone health and B-vitamins for energy (which I also need a lot of). These vitamins also combines a premium free radical protection blend with antioxidant vitamins, alpha-lipoic acid and green tea.


Rite Aid sent me a few other goodies which I’ll write about another time (I think this post is long enough – LOL).

As you can see Rite Aid has you covered whether you are looking for beauty products, health product or even some snacks for you and/or your family.

For more information about Rite Aid or to find a location near you visit www.RiteAid.com. You can also follow the brand on the various social networking sites.

Do you shop at Rite Aid? If so, what do you normally buy from the store? Feel free to share your thoughts.



*I received free product samples in exchange for my participate and for review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Brush up on a beautiful smile with Phillips Sonicare



What kind of toothbrush do you use? Do you use a regular, manual toothbrush, or do you use a powered toothbrush?

All my life I have used manual toothbrushes. Growing up they didn’t have rechargeable ones or ones that ran on batteries.

When my kids were younger I wanted to make sure they were doing a great job brushing their teeth. I thought giving them battery operated toothbrushes would help (back then they didn’t have rechargeable ones). Oddly enough neither of my kids really battery operated toothbrushes. They prefer the manual ones.

I have always been curious about how well power toothbrushes worked compared to manual. One day I purchased a battery operated one just to see how it worked. It took a bit of getting used to, however I really liked the way my teeth felt after using a powered toothbrush. I personally feel that they are much cleaner and closer to a dentist cleaning then a regular toothbrush. Since then I’ve been hooked on power toothbrushes. So much so that I can’t stand using a manual toothbrush anymore.

When I travel I buy a disposable toothbrush so I can toss it out when I leave my hotel. My teeth never seem to feel clean. I can’t wait to get home to use my power toothbrush so I can have that clean feeling again.

I eventually moved from battery operated toothbrushes to a rechargeable one. It saves on batteries.

Before the holiday I received to review the new Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control rechargeable toothbrush. According to Philips the Sonicare 2 removes up to 6X more tooth-decaying plaque from teeth than a manual toothbrush.

In just two minutes, this bathroom gadget will deliver more brush strokes than your manual can do in a month.

The first thing I noticed about this toothbrush is that head is a lot smaller than other toothbrushes I have used. It’s rather tiny. It kind of reminds me of the size toothbrushes I used when my kids were little.

Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control

I know that the head can be replaced. I am not sure if you can purchase a larger head or not for this unit.

The Sonicare technology with this toothbrush delivers 31,000 brush strokes per minute. You don’t actually feel like it’s moving. I think it feels more like it’s vibrating than brushing.

Even though it doesn’t feel like it’s brushing my teeth do feel clean when I am done using it. Occasionally I miss a spot or two (I think it’s because I’m not used to the small head). To remedy this I just brush over the spots I might have missed.

On a positive note, the smaller head makes it easier to reach hard to reach places. I happen to be missing one of my molars in the back of my mouth. The smaller head allows for me to do a better job cleaning the gap in between the other teeth.

On a full charge this toothbrush lasts for about two weeks before you need to recharge it. I like that. I usually plug my toothbrush in on Sunday mornings for a few hours just to make sure I always have a full charge and it never runs out. There is nothing worse than your power toothbrush running out of a charge while you are brushing your teeth. I’ve had that happen too many times. That is why I made it a habit to charge my toothbrush for a few hours every Sunday morning.

The Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control toothbrush does have a two color battery indicator to let you know when your toothbrush needs to be recharged again.

A great feature with this toothbrush is that it lets you know when two minutes is up by turning off. That way you know that you brushed your teeth for the recommended amount of time. You can press the “on” button if you want to brush a little longer if need be.

The suggested retail price for the Philips Sonicare 2 Series Plaque Control toothbrush is $69.99. I see it sold on Amazon for under $40 in case you are interested in it.

For more information about this and other Philips products visit the Philips Sonicare website. You can also check them out on Facebook.

Philips Sonicare has several other toothbrushes and even an Airfloss which looks interesting.

What kind of toothbrush do you use? Do you prefer manual toothbrushes or do you like power toothbrushes? Have you ever used a Philips Sonicare product?



*I received a free product sample in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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