Monday, January 23, 2012
Bryton Pick Review
I love to eat, don't you? I'm sure we all love to go out to eat or out to the movies and have some popcorn. But don't you just hate when all that food gets stuck in your teeth? And of course i never have any floss on hand. I can't stand the feeling of having food stuck in my teeth. Wouldn't it be great if there were some floss out there to carry around with you while your going out. Well look no more. Bryton Picks are just what you need. These are perfect for carrying around with you while your going out. Now i don't have to worry so much about going out and having food stuck in my teeth.
Bryton Picks are germ resistant with flexible and thin stainless steal edges. They are reusable for up to 30 days. Who would have thought you could reuse a type of floss for 30 days! Bryton Picks have portable credit card sized carrying case. This makes them easy to carry anywhere.
I was sent with a couple samples of the Bryton Picks to review. I honestly hate flossing, so when i got this product to review i was very excited to try it out. Right away i noticed the that they were boomerang shaped and had metal edges. At first i was like metal..in my mouth..you've got to be kidding me. The metal was very flexible. I went to try this first in front of the mirror like it said to do. I put the metal part in between my teeth and moved it backwards. It worked very well. I was very surprised at how much i really love this product. I thought with the metal that i wasn't going to enjoy this product, but i just love how it works. The metal didn't bother me at all like i thought it would. I used warm water to wash off the metal pieces after using it to keep it clean and then stored it back in its case. You can also use these if you have braces. I'm very satisfied with this product.
Check out this video below on how to use the Bryton Picks:
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(This review is 100% my own. I was provided with the Bryton Picks to review)
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.