Corsodyl Daily Interdental Brushes Reviews
Product Type: Corsodyl Oral Care
Description:Brand: Corsodyl / Brushes / Type: Toothbrush / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... solely based on price. I had only once used Corsody as a brand for a short period when my dentist recommended using the ... more
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Last Update 19.12.2013 16:16
Customer Corsodyl Daily Interdental Brushes Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/03/13 (Very useful, 88 readings)
After appeasing my dentist by buying an electric toothbrush, I was still being nagged by her to floss. I completely understand the importance for dental hygiene to floss regularly but me and flossing just do not get on. After I told my dentist this she recommended trying interdental brushes instead which she suggested I would find much easier to use. I actually forgot about them for a few weeks and then when I spotted the Corsodyl ones in the supermarket for the bargain price of £1 (I have rarely seen them at this price since so do keep an eye out), I quickly remembered and purchased them! The ones I initially opted for were the Corsodyl Daily interdental ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/12 (Very useful, 83 readings)
My dentist has been telling me for years that I should be flossing on a daily basis and whilst I do try and do it inevitably I get bored and slip back in to my old bad ways. When buying some Corsodyl mouthwash which was on three for two I picked up these interdental brushes as my third products instead of getting another mouthwash as I wanted to try them out. I have used interdental brushes before but I thought that the Corsodyl ones might be better for my gums which I do have problems with. The interdental brushes are made of rubber as opposed to metal and are like little matchsticks with bristles on them to remove plaque and bits of food from in between the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/11 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Flossing is the bane of my life. Every time I visit the dental hygienist (and I go every three months) I am told how important it is to floss before I undergo the usual scale and polish. The last time I visited the hygienist I knew my somewhat lackadaisical approach to flossing had come back to haunt me - my gums were bleeding almost every time I brushed my teeth. I had been using interdental brushes bought from Lidl which were good, but not particularly sturdy, making them somewhat expensive. I can't get on with actual dental floss at all so I looked elsewhere for something better. I had switched to using Corsodyl Daily toothpaste and was intrigued ... Read the complete review
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