Product Launch : Colgate Slim Soft Charcoal Toothbrush

Please read : What The Black is going on? and The Clear Picture before reading further.

Today was the day when the mystery behind #WhatTheBlack was going to be solved. As expected, the product hunt ended with the launch of Colgate Slim Soft Charcoal Toothbrush.

I was overjoyed to see that all the brain-storming and debating done in the course of last week did bear fruit and my prediction of what the product shall be, stood 100% correct.

Colgate Charcoal Slim soft Toothbrush  (The sample arrived late but I am so glad it did )
Colgate Slim Soft Charcoal Toothbrush  – The sample arrived late but I am so glad it did

Since I am done with the happy dance, squeals of joy and personally thanking everyone who helped me solve this ‘creative’ puzzle I think it’s time to take a closer look at the product that was launched today.

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The SlimSoft bristles are infused with the goodness of charcoal to fight the decay causing bacteria in plaque much better than ever before.

What exactly is dental plaque? 

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With slimmer bristles than an ordinary toothbrush that are soft in texture, the SlimSoft toothbrushes from Colgate have been doing a wonderful job. I have personally experienced easier brushing with a narrower head and slimmer bristles helping me clean distant areas (my wisdom teeth) of the mouth easily.

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This new product claims to have infused ‘Charcoal’ in bristles that will inhibit the growth of bacteria in dental plaque.

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Sounds impressive enough?

I sure think so. It’s time to put to test this # WhatTheBlack toothbrush and make the most of its ‘Black’ power to keep decay at bay and have a healthy white smile.

P.S. – All the illustrative images used in the article have been taken from the Internet however the product picture is mine.

2 thoughts on “Product Launch : Colgate Slim Soft Charcoal Toothbrush

  1. Ayyo salli

    Lol… I remember the days we used to brush teeth only with charcoal and brush companies kept telling charcoal is so bad for teeth ^_^


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