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Do you struggle with tooth sensitivity? Sometimes I find myself favoring one side of my mouth over the other because of sensitivity. I was recently introduced to the Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush and Sensitivity Pen to help keep this sensitivity in check.
This summer I look forward to enjoying some delicious Frozen Fruit Pops without any worry of tooth sensitivity.
Frozen Fruit Pops
These frozen fruit pops are very easy to make!
- 1 lb fresh strawberries
- 4 kiwi
- 2 cans Mango Nectar Juice
- Place 3 oz paper cups in a cupcake tin
- Chop the strawberries and kiwi
- Fill each cup with the fruit
- Add a popsicle stick into the fruit
- Top off the cup with the mango juice
- Freeze & Enjoy!
- To remove from the cup, simply rip off the paper.
The reason to use a cupcake tin is that it helps transport the liquid cups to the freezer and keep them flat until they are frozen.
These pops turned out delicious! I definitely look forward to making a bunch of them this summer in lots of different flavors.
The Actis Enamel Pen blocks sensitivity at the source of pain. Simply: Brush, Apply, Go. This is simple and definitely something that I could work into my tooth-care routine. Over time, and continued usage, a barrier forms along the teeth to reduce sensitivity.
I picked up my Colgate Sensitive Toothbrush and Pin at my local Fred Meyer. It was near the toothpaste on the top shelf.
What flavor frozen fruit pop would you enjoy? Is your tooth sensitivity holding you back?