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Baby Buddy 360 Toothbrush Review And Giveaway

 Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

Ever since Lil Man was a baby, before he even had teeth, we introduced brushing his teeth (at that point gums). And we have been faithful since with making sure he brushes his teeth. We've always just used a children's toothbrush. But then I heard about the Baby Buddy 360 Toothbrush


The Baby Buddy 360 Toothbrush claims that it: 

  • Removes almost 2X more plaque than the usual toothbrush 
  • Round shape: Gently yet efficiently brushes teeth, tongue and gums simultaneously
  • No edges for a more comfortable experience
  • Soft, microfiber bristles, contains 10X more bristles than the average toothbrush
  • Enables water-only brushing – no toothpaste needed for small children
So we put it to our own little test. 
Lil Man found it very easy use. He liked that he could turn it around and around ;) He liked that part a lot. I felt that it cleaned well. We tried the Step 2 version which is for older kids. (ages 2-12). I did notice that it didn't take a lot of pressure, and that it might have been just a little harder than the brush he was currently using. So I would just keep that in mind. He applied his own pressure, but when I went to help him brush his teeth I had to be careful and not press too hard since I couldn't feel just how 'hard' it was pressing. It does have more bristles than his normal toothbrush. 

My general opinion of the Baby Buddy 360 Toothbrush is a favorable one. I do feel that the design would allow for a better cleaning than a regular toothbrush. As with any teeth brushing at a young age, I would advise supervision.

And one of you can win your own Baby Buddy 360 toothbrush. Just enter the entry form below. 

Giveaway is open to U.S. Residents, void where prohibited. Must be 18+. Only one entrant per household, per address. Winner is subject to eligibility verification. Winner will be contacted via email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. Giveaway ends November 10, 2014.





 Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.


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