We’ve all been caught off-guard by life’s unexpected moments, wishing our mouth was a little cleaner and breath a tiny bit fresher. The Colgate Wisp single-use mini-toothbrush isn’t just for date night and other special occasions, it’s a convenient alternative to gum or mints and perfect for everyday. As you brush, a refreshing liquid filled bead releases a burst of flavored freshness in your mouth. No need to rinse, just brush and go. Each pack of Spearmint, Peppermint or Icy Bubble contains 16 individually wrapped Wisp mini-brushes. There is also a soft pick on the other end for that stubborn food that doesn’t want to go away!
I absolutely love the Colgate Wisps! I can not think of a more perfect product for me and my super busy schedule. Between piano lessons, volleyball, school activities, swimming, scouts, blogging and movies I know my breath is not always as fresh as I would like it to be. Leaving a package of Wisps in my car has been a lifesaver! I try to always have gum on me, but after eating a meal, the gum doesn’t get rid of all the grime left on your teeth. The Colgate Wisps do! Plus they taste delicious and are disposable. My kids love the Icy Bubble flavor and my favorite is the Spearmint. So far I have Wisp-ed in my car, in my piano studio, in bed when I was too lazy to get up and brush my teeth, in the bathroom at a restaurant, and during a movie when I had popcorn stuck in my teeth! I keep them in my purse, car and by my bed. I would recommend Colgate Wisps to anyone who loves having fresh breath and clean teeth but doesn’t want to carry around a toothbrush everywhere they go!
Colgate Wisp can be purchased on Amazon, Target or your other favorite retailer. The 16-count Pouch Packs retail for $5.49.
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Disclosure: I received a year’s supply of Colgate Wisp in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.