Crest reminded us that in 2021 it is just as important to keep our teeth clean and healthy as it is to get our candy on this Halloween. And while we may have missed out on their #BringOnTheCandy Safe giveaway, we can’t resist giving them some love at this time of the year when even dentists are living in fear of sugar.
While Crest may have had some fun with their unique Halloween giveaway that was all about helping us safeguard our candy hauls (or maybe that was meant for our kids), it is still all about keeping our teeth happy. And sure we have no problem eating a pillowcase full of Hershey’s Chocolate, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Milkways, and Candy Corn, but our teeth might revolt if we don’t do our part to keep them clean and refreshed.
At Halloween, we are all about the sweet treats, the fun, the costumes, and the spooky. But what about our teeth? Our teeth want to feel the love, not the pain. And that is where Crest comes in.
For years, Crest has been one of our go-to toothpaste brands. And this year is no different. In fact, thanks to their #BringOnTheCandy Safe giveaway, we are even more excited to add Crest to our Halloween routine, because it is a reminder that they understand that we like the sweet things in life.
Crest brings the dental protection with a variety of toothpastes
In the press release from the giveaway, Crest reminded us about two of their toothpastes that we can find on store shelves across the country.
"Whether it’s Crest Kid’s Cavity Protection Sparkle Fun Toothpaste that makes brushing andfighting cavities something kids will want to do or Crest + Scope Toothpaste that provides the ultimate combination of clean & fresh, there’s a Crest toothpaste for any candy lover."
Even as an adult, I like using Kid’s Cavity Protection Toothpaste. And of course, when it comes to a toothpaste that combines freshness and clean, I am in. No matter how old you are, it is important to keep those teeth clean and healthy, and that is what this brand tries to do with their line of toothpastes that help fight all that Halloween candy goodness.
So what do you say Guilty Eaters? Are we Crest fans? Which toothpaste do you rely on for Halloween and beyond?