Wednesday, December 17, 2014

GoodMouth Review

I received an email from a third-party company with a bunch of coupons for my birthday month, and one of them was for a free shipment from GoodMouth.  I had heard of their subscription service before and I love free stuff, so I figured, why not give it a try?

GoodMouth is oral care delivered.  For as low as $2 per shipment they'll send you a new toothbrush every three months.  At this time you're not able to change how frequently you receive a shipment, but they're working on adding that function in the future.  The reason it's set to every three months is because that's the recommended amount of time that you use a toothbrush for before getting a new one.

What impressed me about GoodMouth was that I took their "Brush Suggester" survey and was able to browse their recommendations for me.  I have sensitive teeth, so I ended up going with "The Chameleon" toothbrush.  You can also add on things like floss, lip balm, and mints to your shipment for a nominal extra fee.  I chose to stick with just the toothbrush this time, and it would have cost me $3.50 total if I didn't have the free coupon code.  Also, GoodMouth donates two brushes, or the equivalent in dental care, to someone in need for every subscription purchased.

$3.50 every three months for a toothbrush is a really good deal.  I like this subscription because buying toothbrushes is something that I never think about.  Honestly, the only time I used to get a new one was when my dentist would give me one during my biannual cleanings when I was a kid.  My adult dentist doesn't give out freebies, so if I purchase a new toothbrush once a year that's a lot for me.  I know that's a pretty poor practice, so now I can get one delivered to me without even having to think about it!  The price is super cheap, too, for a good quality brush.  Brushes in stores cost the same, if not more.

"The Chameleon" has a compact head, premium soft bristles (you should only ever brush with soft bristles, regardless of whether you have sensitivity issues or not), and an ergonomic handle with rubber grips.  The other brush that was recommended for me was called "The Panda."
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Bottom Line; GoodMouth may not be the flashiest or most exciting subscription, but I think it's great because it's practical and something everyone could use.  The price is more than fair and the ability to add on extra items is nice.  I definitely recommend this service!

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