Aquafresh Flex Tooth & Tongue Toothbrush Reviews
Product Type: Aquafresh Oral Care
Description:Brand: Aquafresh / Type: Toothbrush / What it does: Refreshes, / Soft tongue cleaning grooves, which unlike bristles, are specifically designed to gently and effectively remove bacteria from the tongue surface / X-Active plaque cleaning bristles for really ... more
Newest Review: ... not argue with the price as it has very good features for its price. The packaging of the brush is as you would expect ... more
Customer Aquafresh Flex Tooth & Tongue Toothbrush Reviews (6)
by - written on 16/04/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I rarely buy the same toothbrush because I find that there are so many out there that do the same job, I choose the ones on offer! I purchased this one a few months ago when it was on sale at Boots, and thought the description sounded good, so why not give it a go. The product --> I have used a few aquafresh products before so thought that it would have to be a good quality product, as they had not let me down before. Like most toothpaste products it is in a clear plastic packaging on the front, and with a blue cardboard background. The toothbrush is made up of orange and white, with the brush also being a mix of these colours, including blue. The tongue ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
When using my new Aquafresh flex tip toothbrush, I was reminded of those annoying anti-piracy messages that start playing when you put in a new DVD: 'you wouldn't steal a car, would you, so why illegally download a film' - etc. In this case the message I thought of being: 'you wouldn't buy Aquafresh (annoying "brush, brush, gurgle, gurgle, it tastes nice" TV ad notwithstanding) toothpaste in a million years, so why on earth did you buy a toothbrush made by them?' The Aquafresh toothbrush I bought cost about £1.80 from Tesco, making it a mid-range priced toothbrush considering what else was available at the time. I don't know what's been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
In the old days of course, people never used to bother with their tongues. A good coating of white fur round your throat was probably the sign of a real man. These days, oral hygiene is a must for anyone who wants to get a date and keep their date by the end of the night. It is also good for the overall health if one keeps the tongue clean too, because the throat is directly linked to your nose and ears, so keeping the throat clean will help prevent nasty head germs from arising. As luck would have it Aquafresh have made a tooth and tongue toothbrush which is designed to clean the teeth and your legs, sorry I meant tongue! It looks like a normal ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/03/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I always find that when I brush my teeth I do tend to brush pretty hard, so I have used Aquafresh Flex Tooth Brushes for a while. When they brought out one which had a Tongue cleaner I decided that I would give it a try. They tend to cost around the £1.80 mark although I recently bought a couple from my local Tesco's Manager's Special aisle for £1.00 each. The tooth brush works fine. It does exactly what you'd expect & cleans your teeth. The flex does help stop you press too hard although you can still get a good clean. I think that at cleaning my teeth it's no better or worse than most manual tooth brushes. Happy to use it. Wouldn't be unhappy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/10/08 (Very useful, 81 readings)
My daughter has been wanting to try one of these toothbrushes that clean your tongue too. When I went to purchase them I could see that they would not be suitable for a child to use due to the huge size of the head of the brush. However I decided in the name of research I would buy one and try it for myself. On the front of the packet there is a tester of how the tongue cleaning part of the brush feels. It feels like a very soft rubber that is grooved. The back of the brush is designed to remove debris and bacteria off of the tongue. It is a great idea because many people do not ever think to clean their tongue. The brush was very effective at cleaning the ... Read the complete review
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