Are there germs living on your toothbrush? Depending upon how new your toothbrush is, you can almost imagine the germ colony crawling along every bristle. Yuck! Enter a whole new technology that uses blue light to kill the germs in your brush in a convenient travel container.
Disgusting is the only word that can be used to describe a toothbrush that’s more than a couple weeks old. So how long should you actually keep your brush around? Well regardless of what the experts say, the reality is that we keep our brushes for at least 4 months. Gross. What’s growing in there? Plaque, germs, sickness, disease? All of the above, according to dentists worldwide who agree that diseased gums have been found to have an adverse effect on heart health, birth weight of babies and healing response in diabetic patients. So what can be done, other than buy a new brush every week? Meet the VIOlight toothbrush sanitizer. Using an innovative blue-light technology, it can eliminate up to 99.9% of the bacteria on your toothbrush in just 10 minutes.
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