Brush Whiten Go with Colgate Optic White

Want a beautiful whiter smile, but don’t want to add complicated steps to your routine? Try our New Colgate® Optic White™ Toothbrush + Built-In Whitening Pen, the first toothbrush with a built-in whitening pen.
  • Brush. Brush as you normally would with your toothpaste.
  • Whiten. Turn dial at bottom of pen and apply gel. It takes only seconds to apply and adhere to your teeth. No waiting, no rinsing.
  • Go.™ Store pen inside brush.
It’s so quick and easy to use, you will want to use it every day!
Now you can get whitening Results, Convenience, AND Affordability…all from one product. Whiter Teeth in just 2 days*, Satisfaction Guaranteed! 
*For best whitening results, continue to use as directed.
I received Colgate’s Optic White toothbrush with whitening pen and a sample of Optic White toothpaste to try out and review from Influenster a few weeks ago. Everyone that knows me knows that I am all about having the whitest teeth possible! This was my first try of the Colgate “Optic White” line of products and so far I am impressed. 
I love that the toothbrush had the whitening pen built in which made it really easy to remember to use every time I brushed my teeth. I also liked the toothpaste, which I’m usually pretty picky about, but it kept my mouth feeling clean all day. I was little worried that my lips would wash off the whitening gel after applying when I closed my mouth but I don’t think it did. I could still feel it in my mouth for about 10 minutes post-brushing. The only thing that I didn’t love about the whitening gel is that I feel like it made my lips dry after applying, but I just applied chapstick and went on about my life. No biggy. 
Before & After (1 week)
I didn’t have any major stains and my teeth were already pretty white but they definitely look a little brighter to me! 

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