Friday, February 7, 2014

Firefly Makes Brushing FUN for Kids- National Dental Month Giveaway

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this giveaway, free of charge, from Firefly, ,via Light Years Ahead PR , for review purposes on this blog. No other compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it

February's is National Children's Dental Health Month! 
Which makes sense, as there will be a WHOLE lot of sugar consumed on Valentine's Day!

firefly logo

Firefly, the iconic light-up toothbrush that uses fun to motivate kids to brush longer and better., has always championed this important awareness program, but 2014 marks an even greater commitment.  Specifically,  Firefly is partnering with Oral Health America (OHA) to donate thousands of toothbrushes to underserved children through OHA’s “Smiles Across America” (SAA) program!  Firefly has also made a significant monetary donation to the organization that will help expand access to dental care for children across the country most at risk of dental disease. That's a program, we whole heartedly support!

miss grace and firefly angry birds set

Firefly's innovative children’s products,  help make oral care fun, entertaining, and easy on Mom's ears!

For instance, as soon as Miss Grace saw the ”Good. Clean. Fun” sample pack, she screamed with joy- the kit included Firefly's new Firefly Angry Birds Anti-Cavity Mouth Rinse (which will begin hitting the shelves this month:

firefly angry birds mouth rinses

This new is a great addition to regular, thorough brushing and flossing! The mouth rinse is sugar and alcohol-free, tasty and has fluoride to help strengthen tooth enamel and prevent decay.  Red Bird and Stella  are on the pump that releases the mouth rinse to the cup that stores safely inside the bottom of mouth rinse, in its own little spot! Kids will be fascinated with this feature, trust me! 

The mouth rinse is joining the classic Firefly Ready Go Brush, that Miss Grace ADORES so much: 

firefly ready go brushes

This fun toothbrush mimics the cycle of a traffic light to let kids know how long to brush.  For the first 30 seconds, the light flashes green for “go.”  Then, the light changes to yellow and finally to red for “stop.” You do have to repeat the cycle, in order to get the full 2 minutes of recommended brushing! With fun characters like Barbie and Spiderman, your kids will WANT to brush!

Firefly Light-Up Timer Toothbrush with Suction Cup

firefly light up toothbrushes

I don't know about you, but I HATE leaving toothbrushes in a cup- they get all icky and disgusting, don't they? Kids are really bad about leaving toothbrushes lying on counters too, adding to their contact with moisture and germs. YUCK. The Light Up Time Toothbrush has solved this problem! Equipped with Firefly’s sparkly light-up timer, this toothbrush has a suction cup, that allows for upright storage. Plus, it comes in a convenient duo pack that’s a great value for budget and health-conscious families.

Firefly KNOW kids, and knows that if your kids are entertained while brushing, they will WANT to brush longer, and develop great habits that will last them a lifetime. 


they want to share their great products with one lucky BTHM reader!

firefly oral care kids giveaway pack

One lucky BTHM reader will receive a Firefly Oral Care Kids Gift Pack
as shown above!

Ready to enter?


        Thanks for reading this post and entering the giveaway!


  1. A cute gift is always an enticement. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

  2. I sing the ABCs but change it up with silly rhymes.

  3. We use a timer that the dentist gave us.

  4. We don't have a trick but we brush them first for them then it is their turn to brush themselves so it takes some time

  5. We set a kitchen timer and use an electric toothbrush.

  6. I brush his teeth then i give him the brush (but i still help) and he keeps brushing until i say it is time to give the baby a kiss (him in the mirror) sometimes i get 2 minutes


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