The fine folks over at Tom’s of Maine contacted me about a toothpaste giveaway last month. It would have been a great Halloween giveaway (sorry for the delay, most of you know why). Like many dads and moms, I like Halloween (in my case, a lot), but I think all those Halloween treats are a bit scary. In my mind, there’s a cavity inside each trick or treat candy just waiting to be hatched.
When I was growing up, we didn’t have children’s toothpaste. Now there are billions of children’s toothpaste with all sorts of sweet flavors and sparkly gimmicks. Some of them even contain sugar (does this make sense to you?). That’s one of the things I like about Tom’s of Maine toothpaste — their toothpaste does not contain artificial sweeteners, dyes, or sparkles.
If you have never tried Tom’s of Maine toothpaste, here’s your chance to win a trial size version of their Silly Strawberry toothpaste. Thanks to Tom’s of Maine, I’m going to select 15 winners on this dad blog. To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment about your children’s silly teeth brushing habits or a tip for getting your kids to brush their teeth (we use a staining mouthwash so the kids can see where they haven’t brushed). The deadline to enter is Monday, December 14th. The giveaway is limited to U.S. residents.
Tom’s of Maine Silly Strawberry Toothpaste
Tom’s of Maine Silly Strawberry toothpaste features naturally-sourced sodium monofluorophosphate as its active ingredient to provide cavity protection, and calcium to clean. Real strawberry flavor oils — not artificial sweeteners, dyes, or sparkles — are the basis for its kid-friendly appeal. You can enjoy the benefits of Tom’s Children’s Natural Toothpaste and feel confident knowing that it is the only natural option to carry the ADA Seal of Acceptance. Tom’s of Maine Silly Strawberry toothpaste is silly enough for kids, but serious enough for moms and dads.
[Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation or products for hosting this giveaway. However, I will receive something in the mail this week. Not sure what it is yet, but it’s probably either a gold bullion or a trial size version of the Tom’s of Maine Silly Strawberry toothpaste.]