Old habits die hard. But, how exactly do habits form? It is through regular repetition which becomes automatic or habitual. When we teach our kids the right things they should do at an early age, it integrates in their way of life. Such example is instilling in them the importance of brushing their teeth.
- Specifically formulated for infants is their Baby Toothpaste. It’s fluoride-free, 0% artificial flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, and colors. It’s ideal for 0-2 years of age and features a natural fruit flavour your little one is sure to enjoy. It also protects gums of tiny mouths and helps keep breath fresh.
- Kids Toothpaste, on the other hand has Age-appropriate fluoride, 0% artificial flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, and colors. At a young age, brushing should always be a team effort. Never let your child apply toothpaste themselves or brush without supervision. Most young children don’t enjoy strong flavors — the minty-fresh toothpaste you might enjoy could make your child cringe and this one is just right for them.
- Not all toothbrushes are safe for babies, they have made a Baby Toothbrush that’s BPA-Free, 100% Food Grade Silicone, and acts as a teether! That’s two products for the price of one! You can start cleaning your baby’s teeth by wiping with a soft cloth or brushing with this item and water. At 18 months start using a pea sized amount of baby toothpaste with this brush to clean your child’s teeth.