Toothbrush Sheilds to the Rescue!

This post is brought to you by IntelliDent Products and contains affiliate links. I was not financially compensated for this post; however, received product samples for free. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Today I am talking about tooth brushes and how to keep them germ free. And lets be real, bathrooms are filthy no matter how much you deep clean them every week. I read somewhere once that every time you flush a toilet that a fine mist spreads harmful bacteria within a six foot radius. That's disgusting! Our toothbrush holder sits on the counter next to the toilet. The thought makes me cringe and I can't help but wonder if our toothbrushes were contaminated with icky and harmful germs like e-coli.

IntelliDent Products reached out to me about trying out their toothbrush shields. I am all about keeping my family healthy and was excited about the opportunity to test these toothbrush shields out. When I learned that plastic toothbrush covers and cases are breeding grounds for harmful bacteria I was absolutely appalled! I thought that our plastic covers were keeping our toothbrushes clean but boy, was I wrong! I tossed our plastic caps and replaced them with the toothbrush shields from my friends at IntelliDent Products.
 
One pack has 10 disposable shields that last for 7 days. You just peel it open, slide it onto your toothbrush, and shield it from gross airborne bacteria. The Toothbrush Shield acts like a surgical mask for your toothbrush with its breathable and quick drying barrier. The shields are ideal for use at home, during travel, work, and everywhere else you may need to go.
 
I highly suggest that you toss your plastic toothbrush covers as soon as possible and replace with IntelliDent Toothbrush Shields. I promise you will love them. From now on, they will be my go to product to protect our toothbrushes and keep my family healthy.


"Protection by Prevention."
 
You can purchase your own IntelliDent Toothbrush Sheilds at select stores like Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Walgreens.com, Amazon, and other leading pharmacy chains.