Colgate Barbie Battery Toothbrush Reviews
Product Type: Colgate electric toothbrushes
Description:Brand: Colgate / Type: Children's toothbrush
Newest Review: ... 2 months ago. She has generally brushed her teeth but has never been that excited about it. Stick a picture of Barbie on the ... more
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Customer Colgate Barbie Battery Toothbrush Reviews (6)
by - written on 29/02/12, updated on 29/02/12 (Very useful, 154 readings)
When my two daughters saw their cousin's vibrating toothbrushes over Christmas, they immediately started pestering me because they wanted one too. I am not really keen on electric toothbrushes, preferring a bit of elbow grease and good scrubbing to keep their teeth clean, but with the constant wittering and moaning from them both, I eventually caved in and bought them one each to coincide with my eldest's birthday in mid January. When I was browsing for them in Asda, I realised the Colgate ones only came in two designs - Barbie or Spiderman, and with me having two girls this caused me a bit of a dilemma - I could not get them both the Barbie one because they would get . Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/11, updated on 12/12/11 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Before making the transition to a proper (ie with replaceable head) electric toothbrush for the younger members of my family, I bought this toothbrush for my youngest child. It was on offer from Sainsbury's at the time, for under £5. At time of writing you can either buy it for £2.71 (half price) at Waitrose or £15 from Amazon. For anything under £5 it is a good buy, however for something which should, ideally, be disposed of after 3 months as per dentist recommendation I wouldn't want to pay much more in all honesty. Should you wish to purchase this toothbrush it is also available in a Bratz and Spiderman style or in this design in purple. The toothbrush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/12 (Very useful, 92 readings)
------ Getting Mouthy - intro ------ My little girl was not particularly keen on brushing her teeth. Don't get me wrong, we made certain that the deed is done morning and night, but it was the bare minimum and was done with little love and care. We spoke to the dentist about electric toothbrushes, simply because we have found that they have given us a better clean as adults, and he suggested the battery operated toothbrushes rather than the mains charged versions. My wife kept her eye out for a while and found the Colgate Barbie battery operated toothbrush in a bargain shop for £1. This is as cheap as some of the manually operated versions and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/12 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Like many young girls, my daughter is a fan of Barbie. She was due a new toothbrush a few months ago so when I saw the Colgate Barbie toothbrush on offer in Tesco, I knew I was on to a winner - especially as it was electric! As expected my daughter was very pleased to receive her toothbrush and was keen to use it. It's a very attractive and girly brush - totally pink in colour with a picture of the glamorous Barbie on the handle surrounded by butterflies and flowers. It comes packaged in plastic with cardboard backing. I expected the toothbrush to be good quality as it was made by Colgate who are dental care pros. Despite being an electric ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/12 (Very useful, 40 readings)
A couple of months ago when my daughter needed a new toothbrush I spotted this in the health and beauty section of Home Bargains for around £3 - loads cheaper than the same brush in other shops like Tesco. My daughter loves playing with barbies and instantly loved the fact that this toothbrush is pink, has an image of Barbie on the front... and is electric! She hates doing her teeth but an electric toothbrush was very appealing to her so I thought why not, if it encourages her to brush without me nagging at her! Colgate is one of the well known brands so I had confidence this was going to be a great product and would last longer than five ... Read the complete review
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