Get Kids Brushing With Toothbrushes That Sing! @BrushBuddies #Giveaway #Ad

*I participated in a campaign on behalf of Brush Buddies. I received a promotional item to facilitate this post and as a thank you item for participating.  All opinions are my own.


    I don’t know if it is because I am a mother to sons but I’m always having to remind them to brush their teeth.  Oral health is very important but kids don’t always realize that they need to take care of their teeth.  As parents, we sometimes have to get creative when it comes to motivating our children to brush their teeth regularly.  When I found out that Brush Buddies makes toothbrushes that sing, I knew that this was going to be the way that I get my boys excited about brushing their teeth!

    The first thing that I loved about the Brush Buddies that we received to review is that they play songs from today’s hottest musicians including Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber.  My boys are ages 7 and 10 so they listen to all of the latest songs and like to remind me daily that “my music” is old and outdated.  When I told them that their toothbrushes would be playing some of their favorite songs while they brushed their teeth, they were thrilled.

    We reviewed the Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga Brush Buddies and I was pleased to find that they have Soft DupontTM bristles and an ergonomic design help clean plaque in hard to reach places.  After all, what good would the music be if these toothbrushes didn’t address important oral health needs?

    They also have replaceable brush heads that include a tongue and cheek cleaner with a soft rubber grip that makes it easy and comfortable for my boys to hold their toothbrushes properly.  That’s not all, though, each Brush Buddy contains two songs, one for brushing in the morning and one for brushing at night.  This gives kids an extra incentive to brush twice daily.

    Make sure you visit the Brush Buddies website to check out their wide selection of brushes that feature songs from today’s top music hits.  They will surely motivate your kids to brush more and give them that sparkling smile that all of us moms want our children to have.

Let’s Discuss:  What are some of the creative ways that you motivate your kids to brush their teeth daily?


Our sponsor is giving away 1 Justin Bieber Brush Buddy and 1 Lady Gaga Brush Buddy to one reader of Tough Cookie Mommy!a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure:  I participated in this campaign on behalf of Brush Buddies. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating and to facilitate this post.  I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  1. Rayray Cartucci says

    I have such a hard time getting my son to brush his teeth but my son has autism so he has sensory issues. Most of the time I have to hold him down to brush them and he fights to get away. It sucks.Usually i only manage once a day…I’m luck if I get two times in.

  2. They are good in the morning about doing it. But it’s a struggle at night, no TV until it’s done.

  3. californiapoppy says

    Yes my kids were told to brush their teeth after each meal, stressing the importance of our teeth as we get older. Would check them and re-check them until they were clean.

  4. Sandy VanHoey says

    We have been fortunate and never had trouble with my grandson but we have talked and talked to him ab out how important it is. He des have character toothbrushes so that makes it a bit more fun for him

  5. Janet Watson says

    We get my grandsons to brush in the morning and evening by them knowing it’s just part of routine and that it has to happen. If they do it without a fuss, they get a sticker to put on their chart.

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  7. Oh my kids would LOVE these. They are decent about brushing, but anything that will get them to do it a little longer is A-Okay in my book!

  8. My grandson likes to brush his teeth. When he stays over he usually lets me know when it it time to brush his teeth.

  9. Yesenia Torres says

    A mi hija no le gusta lavarse los dientes, para ella es una tortura, le tengo que recordar que si no lo hace la tendré que llevar al dentista. A ella le encanta la música , con estos sepillos la tarea sería más fácil.

  10. We use singing toothbrushes !!! He has a blast brushing his teeth and dancing to the music 🙂

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  11. Daisy Tremorev says

    Brush Buddies sound perfect for my 3 year old. LOL – It’s so hard for him as he has a small amount of patience. These toothbrushes may help.

  12. Healy Harspter says

    A musical tooth brush, so cool! I would like to get one for my 6 years old to make her brushing enjoyable.

  13. wow.. this is unheard of! SInging toothbrushes! My 4 year old is a music lover and I know he would love to have one of these brush buddies.. That way, I don’t have to constantly remind him to brush his teeth. Great idea!

  14. Teresa McCluskey says

    Right now I am using these read yellow and green toothbrushes they light up starting with green and by the time they get red its time to stop brushing!

  15. Sue Ellison says

    I got my son a character toothbrush with a spinning head he was all into it a first, but has now kinda lost interest. I also let him pick out some flavored toothpaste that he wanted. I think the Brush Buddies would solve the problem of not wanting to brush.

  16. Veronica Solomon says

    Shoot I want one for me! Is there an age requirement on these? Lol

  17. I always watch and let them brush their own teeth

  18. Sarah Harding says

    My son loves to brush his teeth!one of his favorite christmas gift he got was a toothbrush! Im sure he would think that a musical toothbrush was awesome.

  19. I really don’t have any ways or need to get our kids to brush their teeth. I suspect that if they didn’t do it, their friends or boyfriends might harass them into better oral hygiene!

  20. Gina Ferrell says

    I get my daughter to brush her teeth by buying her favorite toothpaste and finding a toothbrush she likes to use.

  21. chubskulit says

    Oh how cool is that. MY kids has a battery operated brushes but am sure if they see, they wouldn’t want one for themselves.

  22. Joanna Sormunen says

    I always have to remind my son to brush his teeth. He’s 9. I don’t know what is it with that age and hygiene. They just don’t mix, lol
    Thank you for sharing this. I’ll try to find this brush, I’m sure it’ll help him to remember to brush.

  23. Jennifer Williams says

    I love the different brushes these days. My little one always picks one out that lights up, sings, something – it gets him to brush without a battle so it is worth it.

  24. I had something similar to this and I use it for scrubbing my lippies lol! This is a good giveaway for JB and Gaga fans out there!

  25. I have actually worked as a dental assistant. There is no fighting at our house about brushing our teeth. It is second nature.

  26. My son just said “who wants Justin Bieber in their mouth?” and I busted out laughing. Sounds like a fun idea for those kids into it but apparently my son isn’t. My toddler is still too young to know these artists but maybe when she’s older Brushing Buddies may still be around. 🙂

  27. Holly Kennedy says

    I have a timer we set. It’s a game to see who can set the timer first.

  28. I have to fight with my daughter every time to get her to brush her teeth. ugh!!! Its so annoying!

  29. Jacqueline Weiskopff says

    It’s not easy getting the kids to brush their teeth at all. We just make it a part of our lives. After breakfast and after a tub or shower. I usually let them brush their teeth on their own, then I take over and try to gently finish the job quickly.

  30. Very interesting idea. I say anything to help the kids with healthy habits is worth a try.

  31. My kids are grown but I would have loved to have had these brushes when they were younger. I just can’t believe the ideas that companies can come up with. Very creative.

  32. my son has always been really good about brushing his teeth never had to fight him about it

  33. Lawna Young says

    My kids willingly brush their teeth ever since they both got a toothbrush from Brush Buddies! They got a Justin Beiber and a Smurfs, they love them!

  34. melissaand keith miller says

    My kids all brush their teeth with out being told

  35. Nicole Ann Newby says

    My son is almost 17 months old, he has 6 teeth. It has been a struggle until recently to get him to brush his teeth. Out of no where, one night while I was about to take battle stance in an attempt to brush his teeth, he opened wide and now thinks its fun. No clue. Love it.

  36. My kids a re almost 6 and 3.5 my daughter has teeth issues so ensuring she brushes is important. Sometimes I use xxylitol after she sleeps

  37. It’s still a struggle to get my 13 year old to brush! I stand over her and watch her brush. It’s not pretty but it is effective.

  38. My guy is still little, so I brush his teeth. I make up a song that I sing each time I do it and that seems work for him. I do the same song each time and he lets me brush his teeth, so I’m happy with that for now. Once I am done, I let him “practice” brushing his teeth too. Julie [email protected]

  39. shelly peterson says

    I ususally don’t have too much trouble getting my son to brush. But there are times at night he doesnt want to. having a singing tooth brush would probably motivate him more.

  40. Ah! I actually remembered through your post that I wanted to get the Justin Bieber one for my little sis. Maybe then she will take her time brushing!

  41. I just explain to my daughter that she doesn’t want cavities; and she usually brushes her teeth without a fight! It’s a part of her routines.

  42. I entered mother’s therapy giveaway

  43. Alona Young says

    My baby is too young to brush her teeth, but my best friend plays a song for her son so he knows how long to brush his teeth. I would love to win this for her!

  44. I use the timer and musical brush for them! I also let them count in mind at least 60 seconds while brushing!
    Thank You

  45. My daughter is obsessed with the term “sugar bugs.” If I tell her that I think that I see a sugar bug on her tooth, she’ll run to the bathroom, inspect her teeth, and meticulously scrub away. If I just tell her to go brush her teeth, it’s not the same, lol

  46. I love toothbrushes that have tunes to them. It makes brushing your teeth more enjoyable

  47. stephanie mcfarland says

    my son is still young. just letting him spit

    makes him want to brush his teeth all the time

  48. I have always just made sure that they brushed their teeth twice a day, oh and check to make sure the tooth brush is wet too.

  49. sarah oswald says

    I never had a problem getting them to brush all I had to do is tell them how there teeth end up if they didn’t and they need their teeth to eat normal food or else they would need baby food if they lost their teeth.

  50. Meagan Bailiff says

    i basically just tell my daughter to do it. haha she’s been doing it so long, she just knows she has to. but one of these would certainly make it funner for her.

  51. We have a sand timer that we flip over and my kids brush as long as there is still sand.

  52. Brittney House says

    I don’t have to do anything special. My son realizes how important it is to keep his teeth clean and does it automatically.

  53. Misha Estrada says

    I let my kids brush their own teeth in the morning. I insist on doing it in the evening.

  54. californiapoppy says

    I would get my kids to use a timer, brush stroke appropriately, and constantly praise them for such a nice job and promise them they would have nice teeth when they got older, I told them once your baby teeth fall out you only get one set of teeth to last the rest of your life so you need to always brush them good!

  55. Erica Carnes says

    We brush together so they don’t seem to mind.

  56. Rebecca Peters says

    My daughter is obsessed with brushing teeth and she gets her younger brother and sister to brush with her

  57. its just part of our daily routine now!

  58. skynkatesmom says

    I think a lot of it for my kids is they know it is expected and has become routine but I try to keep it fun with toothbrushes that play music or light up. We check them after they are done to make sure they are actually doing them too.

  59. It’s a habit by now, we do it every night.

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