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Oral B Cross Action

Reviewing: Oral B Oral B Cross Action  |  Rating:
leon80 By leon80 on
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Colgate has been my long time toothbrush brand and of course, my toothpaste brand too. But just recently, I came across with Oral-B CrossAction manual toothbrush during my last trip at the supermarket. I was hooked with its crisscross bristle and gum stimulator on the side of the brush head that promises to remove up to 90% of plaque in between teeth. For a try, I grabbed the Aqua green color handle because I got attracted with the color.

The nylon bristle and the gum stimulator may appear rough but it’s really felt soft and gentle when I touch it. Unlike other regular toothbrush with plain nylon bristle, Oral-B CrossAction Vitalizer is boasting its crisscross bristle design to effectively remove plaque for better toothbrushing experience and the gum stimulator gently massages the gums. It even feels so soft on my gums when I tried brushing using my Orab B toothbrush. The toothbrush handle is soft and the rubber grip makes it easier and more convenient to hold the toothbrush. It also has soft, bendable brush head that are engineered to flex. The bristles on the tip of the toothbrush head is slightly elevated to be able to access even hard to reach areas of the teeth and gums. This toothbrush also have a blue indicator bristle in which the color that fades after regular use. If you notice that the half end of the blue indicator fades, that signals that its time for you to replace your toothbrush.

You can choose the brush head sizes to either size 35 or 40. You can as well choose from soft or medium brush head types. Also, there are 4 handle colors to choose from these are Aqua, Indigo, Chartreuse and Raspberry.

I have a sensitive gum and sometimes it bleeds when I used ordinary toothbrush that’s why I’m now give much careful attention on choosing a right toothbrush. I'm very happy with my Oral-B Cross Action and I think I’ll stick with this one for good.