Toothbrush Subscriptions Review – New Dental Subscription Box

toothbrush subscriptions review

I love practical subscription boxes that make your daily life that much easier. When I heard about the new subscription service called Toothbrush Subscriptions, I was really excited because I was do for a new toothbrush. I always hold off getting a new one because it’s just not a fun thing to do. When the company offered me a package to review, I had to say yes.

 

 

toothbrush subscriptions review

The Cost: Subscriptions can be as low as $1 a month – including shipping!

The Products: Toothbrush Subscriptions offers a variety of different toothbrushes for you to receive each month, including one toothbrush that is approved by the American Dental Association. You can have your toothbrush sent every 1, 2 or 3 months.

Typically each subscription is one toothbrush, unless you select more. Toothbrush Subscriptions sent me three different types of brushes so I can show you the differences among them as well as a sample of their dental floss which is another possible add-on to your subscription.

 

toothbrush subscriptions review

American Dental Association Approved Advantage Toothbrush – Value $5

This toothbrush is one of only 30 in the world approved by the ADA and boasts .007” soft bristles surrounded by .006” extra soft bristles. I am not quite sure what that means, but it sounds good to me!

 

toothbrush subscriptions review

Economy Toothbrush - Value $1

This is  a fairly decent toothbrush for only $1 It has  .007” soft bristles for gentle and effective cleaning plus a flexible neck with contoured handle.

 

toothbrush subscriptions review

The Luxury Toothbrush – Value $3

This toothbrush is definitely the prettiest, but it is also really great at removing plague and getting between teeth.

toothbrush subscription review

Dental Floss - Value $0.75

This has 15m of floss and should last you long enough until your next subscription!

 

Thoughts: I really like the different pricing points for the various brushes. I am also really excited that they have toothbrushes for newborns and toddlers. I might get a subscription for my daughter who is starting to love brushing her teeth. Overall, I think a practical subscription like this can’t be passed up. What are your thoughts on Toothbrush Subscriptions and other practical subscription services?