Brushing my enamel shouldn’t be one thing I’ve ever regarded ahead to — not in the identical manner as another self-care actions like peeling off pore strips or making use of eye masks, anyway. However in 2020, we now have to get our kicks the place we are able to discover them, and I’ve discovered mine with an ultraclean toothbrush that appears prefer it may undertaking Princess Leia onto my lavatory ceiling.
A couple of months in the past, I traded in my battery-powered brush for Tao’s Clear Sonic Toothbrush, a product that has not too long ago been upgraded and rebranded to the Umma Diamond Sonic Toothbrush. The comb is available in 4 colours: white, black, grey, and the ever-popular rose gold, which I chosen. Having a small spaceship on my counter was an surprising design alternative, however I grew to like it simply as quickly as I pasted up and gave it a go.
I have been utilizing drugstore toothbrushes for so long as I can keep in mind, and the Tao brush was a totally new sensation. The comb, which has a conveniently skinny neck, does not simply vibrate, it pulses 40,000 tiny brush strokes per minute. What I actually love, although, is that I do not simply toss it in a cup by my sink after I’m completed; it tucks into its little homebase, the place UV lights kill 99 % of the micro organism left on the bristles. (It is the identical expertise Tao makes use of for its Orbital Face Brush.) By the point I get to it 12 hours later, it is cleaner than, properly, in all probability something in my dwelling. At a time when my germ paranoia is at an all-time excessive, that is immensely reassuring.
So, whereas I by no means thought this is able to be the case, I’m now tempted to brush my enamel after each meal — I am dwelling anyway, proper?