Friday, December 18, 2009

Tooth Tissues Review & Giveaway - (CLOSED)

 
"Yes...Baby teeth are important." Today I received a pouch of Tooth Tissues from Tooth Tissues. Tooth Tissues are similar to baby wipes but are for teeth instead of skin. I opened up my pouch and figured out a way to get my 2 year old daughter to use one. I got her to use 1 by using 1 myself. She didn't seem to mind the Tooth Tissues. Tooth Tissues didn't really taste like much of anything. I used 1 on my 5 month old. He just giggled. The texture of Tooth Tissues is easy on a babies gums and teeth.


I think Tooth Tissues are an awesome idea. It is hard to find safe products for babies when it comes to dental care and Tooth Tissues are easy to use and are 99% natural as well as fluoride free. Tooth Tissues are also disposable.

 
Tooth Tissues are a nice find when it comes to a babies dental care and Tooth Tissues are safe to be used on newborns. These would make an awesome baby shower gift ladies;-)


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Tooth Tissues is offering one of my lucky readers a chance to win a pouch of Tooth Tissues from Tooth Tissues.

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Good luck! Contest ends on December 30th at midnight. Winner will be announced December 31st. Winner will be chosen through random.org. 

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This giveaway is closed and a winner has been chosen! 
 

26 comments:

  1. Young children cannot get their teeth clean by themselves. Until they are 7 or 8 years old, you will need to help them brush.

    brn2lisn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. Following Tooth Issues blog #1

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  3. Following Tooth Issues blog #2

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  4. Clean the teeth at least once a day. It's best to clean them right before bedtime.

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  5. It is best to wipe their gums clean before bed.
    sara_s_13@yahoo.com

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  6. I follow via Google
    sara_s_13@yahoo.com

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  7. Parents can help clean babies gums/teeth with a damp cloth and should clean at least once a day - the best time is before bed time.

    mandm_2002 at hotmail dot com

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  8. " Never allow your baby or toddler to fall asleep with a bottle containing milk, formula, fruit juices or sweetened liquids OR a pacifier dipped in sugar or honey."

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  9. They recommend that:
    "Babies and toddlers should finish their naptime and bedtime bottles before going to bed. Never allow your baby or toddler to fall asleep with a bottle containing milk, formula, fruit juices or sweetened liquids OR a pacifier dipped in sugar or honey"
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  10. I learned that you should clean their teeth once a day, and it's best to do it right before bed.
    courteneycourteney@yahoo.com

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  11. I follow the Tooth Tissues blog.
    courteneycourteney@yahoo.com

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  12. I follow the Tooth Tissues blog.
    courteneycourteney@yahoo.com

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  13. Never allow your baby or toddler to fall asleep with a bottle containing milk, formula, fruit juices or sweetened liquid

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  14. I follow you & tweeted: http://twitter.com/MelodicMom/statuses/7166541949

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  15. Never allow your baby or toddler to fall asleep with a bottle containing milk, formula, fruit juices or sweetened liquid !!

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  16. "Babies and toddlers should finish their naptime and bedtime bottles before going to bed. Never allow your baby or toddler to fall asleep with a bottle containing milk, formula, fruit juices or sweetened liquids OR a pacifier dipped in sugar or honey."
    What a neat product! :D
    melababy at gmail

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  17. Babies and toddlers should finish their naptime and bedtime bottles before going to bed!



    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  18. One tip they offered: Clean the teeth at least once a day. It's best to clean them right before bedtime.
    rx2mama@gmail.com

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  19. I follow you publicly on Google Friend.
    rx2mama@gmail.com

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  20. I'm an email subscriber.
    rx2mama@gmail.com

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  21. Clean their teeth once a day. It's best to clean them right before bedtime.
    honeybeez80@yahoo.com

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  22. One of the tips is "Clean the teeth at least once a day".

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  23. Babies and toddlers should finish their naptime and bedtime bottles before going to bed :)

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