This soft silicone electric toothbrush only needs a charge three times a year

Dental hygiene is an important part of your daily self-maintenance regimen. The trouble is, your typical electric toothbrush can cause real damage to your teeth and gums if the brushing settings are too strong. And most electric toothbrushes need to be charged all the time. That's why the inventors behind the PomaBrush soft silicone electric toothbrush have developed an electric brush that will give you a thorough clean that's gentle, too.

This soft silicone electric toothbrush only needs a charge three times a year
PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush on a Red Background

We all want cleaner teeth. The trouble is, the typical electric toothbrush can be kind of rough on your pearly whites, with their scratchy plastic bristles and high-speed whirling. And while your teeth may feel cleaner after an electric brushing session, a brush that’s too intense can damage your gums. That’s why you should check out the PomaBrush soft silicone electric toothbrush for one that’s kind to your teeth and comfortable to hold.

Design-wise, this minimalist electric toothbrush is one you’ll be proud to have on your bathroom sink. Designed in Italy, this toothbrush has a slim and unfussy shape; the exact tool you need for cleaning your teeth a couple of times a day. And the all-silicone head and body ensure a gentle clean and a gadget that feels like an extension of your hand. Also, we love the dusky matte colors: black, orange, blue, and white. The PomaBrush can make your toothbrushing experience more comfortable and will be a modern addition to your hygiene accessories.

A minimalist toothbrush

The makers of this soft silicone electric toothbrush have wisely said, ‘no thanks’ to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities. These bells and whistles add extra bulk and weight, things an excellent electric toothbrush doesn’t need. That makes PomaBrush five times lighter and 20% smaller than the competition. And interestingly, this soft silicone electric toothbrush is also not even three times heavier than your typical non-electric toothbrush.

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush Above a Bathroom Sink in a Person’s Hand

You’ll hardly ever have to charge this toothbrush

Tired of charging your electric toothbrush every night to be sure you’ve got enough power to brush twice a day? You’ll love the PomaBrush because you’ll only have to charge it three times per year. Yup, that’s right; you’ll only have to give it more juice every four months. So if you’ve got an active lifestyle, this soft silicone electric toothbrush is an excellent fit. You can feel confident packing it for a trip overseas or in your backpack for a last-minute office meeting. Also, this soft silicone brush charges in a sleek, wireless charging case. So you won’t have to set up a stand or another bulky attachment when you want to charge it.

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush on a Black Background

This gentle electric toothbrush keeps your teeth healthy

I mentioned earlier that since PomaBrush is made entirely out of silicone, its bristles are soft. This means they won’t hurt your gums or enamel like most electric toothbrushes. But what’s more, the silicone bristles of this toothbrush actually strengthen your teeth and gums as they massage. Also, since silicon is naturally antimicrobial, the bristles on this toothbrush stay clean longer. So you’ll only have to change them once every six months. That’s a far cry from a handheld toothbrush, which you need to replace every three months.

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush Above a Bathroom Sink in a Hand

A dental hygiene gadget that deep cleans your teeth

Sure, the typical electric toothbrush gives you amazingly clean teeth, but after a few weeks of use, you could experience sensitivity to hot and cold foods. No one wants that. The PomaBrush, on the other hand, is a soft silicone electric toothbrush that won’t damage your teeth, even while it offers 15,000 vibrations per minute. It also buzzes every 30 seconds to let you know when you should switch to the next quadrant of your mouth. Then, it’ll turn off after two minutes. Finally, the brush head features a unique design that removes plaque from your tongue while you brush.

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush on a Black Background Close Up

This electric toothbrush is completely waterproof

This soft silicone electric toothbrush is completely waterproof thanks to its IPX7 waterproof rating. That means it can be submerged in one meter of water for up to 30 minutes. So you’ll be able to take this toothbrush with you into the shower or the tub without worry. And if you accidentally drop it into a sink full of water, that’s fine, too.

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush

PomaBrush Silicone Electric Toothbrush Under a Faucet

I’ve mentioned before on this blog that I’m a bit of a dental hygiene health-nut. I love the clean I get from an electric toothbrush, but I’ve been looking for a replacement that doesn’t hurt my gums or enamel. Now I’ve finally found one with the PomaBrush soft silicone electric toothbrush. This soft silicone electric toothbrush provides a deep, yet gentle clean in a gadget that needs little in the way of charging. It also looks great and feels comfortable in your hand. This gadget is a new, customer-oriented direction for an electric toothbrush maker to take, and I hope it’s successful.

Preorder your PomaBrush on Kickstarter for $124.44.

Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she's not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters.
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