Thursday, March 4, 2010

EvoraKids Review

EvoraKids is a tasty, fun new product that includes the ProBiora3 blend of probiotics specifically formulated to meet the unique oral care needs of children. This product is available in the tasty Wild Very Cherry Berry chewable tablets.

I was excited when I was sent a box of EvoraKids to review. As a mom my kid’s dental health is very important to me. I do my part to make sure my daughter brushes her teeth every night but having a little bit of extra help would not hurt. That is where EvoraKids come in.

EvoraKids is almost candy like. Kids chew the EvoraKids tablets twice a day, it melts in your child’s mouth, and this helps support a healthy bacteria balance in your child’s mouth giving them a healthier brighter smile.

My daughter is 2 years old and she is a picky eater but loves brushing her teeth. I gave her an EvoraKids tablet and she loved it. It was just like candy to her. She had no idea the tablet she took was going to help her dental health. She wanted more. Of course I didn’t give her another until later because the instructions say give them only two a day.
Great Features about EvoraKids:
  • EvoraKids™ works around the clock
  • 100% natural
  • No artificial colors or flavors
  • No wheat, gluten, soy or GMOs
  • No sugar or artificial sweeteners
  • Safe and gentle
  • Delicious flavor kids love
  • Simple for kids to take on their own

The down side is EvoraKids is a bit pricy but well worth it. EvoraKids will be available worldwide through mass retail and pharmacies as well as online. A box of 60 tablets is available now at EvoraKids.com for $19.95.

EvoraKids is only meant for kids from 3-10 years old. They do make a similar product for adults that can be found at their website here. I know I could use some extra dental TLC from time to time ;-)

Check out more information about EvoraKids here at their website.

In conclusion I would like to say I highly recommend this product. Ask yourself this, “How can something good for your kids dental health be bad”!

I received a product for review as compensation for this post. 

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for posting this. I do believe that children should take a probiotic supplement, especially if they have ever been on a course of antibiotics. Interestingly, my cousin who lives in Germany with her husband's family, says that when antiobiotics are prescribed, the doctors also prescribe probiotics to encourage the growth of the "good" bacteria.

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