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Tooth Brushin by numbers

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Tooth paste by numbersp1534ex1[1]

I wish the tooth paste would have different colors … but no, instead it’s just different flavors.

Brushing your teeth can be a right chore, especially as most toothpaste tastes of mint. Yes, you can buy bubblegum flavour, but that’s aimed at kids. And you’d look pretty daft adorning your oh-so-sleek bathroom with a tube of Tweetie Pie toothpaste.

Mmm… Chocolate

That’s why we love Breath Palette Toothpaste Kits. Stylishly presented, each one of these ultra-smart packs contains five daringly different flavours. And when we say different, we really mean it.

For instance, the Sweet Tooth kit comprises flavours such as caramel and vanilla. And if that doesn’t tickle your taste buds how about East Meets West, containing taste sensations such as curry and Darjeeling tea. No, really! Fruit fans will love the Smoothie kit as it’s filled with zingy flavours such as kiwi and monkey banana. And for all you chilled-out brushers there’s Zen Palette, a kit containing, amongst other things, honey and cola.

If you’re reading this and wondering why you’d want to spend all day with biryani breath, allow us to explain. Regardless of your chosen flavour, Breath Palette toothpaste leaves your mouth clean and fresh. This is because your sense of smell is responsible for about 80% of what you taste, so you experience the fancy flavour for a few fleeting moments before a light, menthol finish kicks in.

As well as adding flavour to your daily brushing routine, sugar-free Breath Palette toothpaste helps keep teeth in tip-top condition via its numerous hi-tech ingredients – good news for anyone who thinks deviating from their regular brand will leave them with teeth like a row of bombed houses.

Indeed, once you start brushing with this flavoursome gloop you’ll wonder what you ever saw in boring old mint. Mmm…pumpkin pudding!

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