Good Old Fashioned Values Make for Wicked Fresh Products!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tom's of Maine. All opinions are 100% mine.

I just love it when I'm introduced to a company that takes pride in the old fashioned art of caring for their customers, employees, and community.  Dedication to those values are so difficult to find in this dog-eat-dog world, so when I learn about such fantastic companies, I truly enjoy telling my readers about them.

So today I'm happy to introduce you to Tom's Of Maine who has four values and beliefs by which they run their company:  responsible business, stewardship, no animal testing, and ingredient transparency.

Not only do they proclaim these values, but by doing a simple internet search you can find many people who report they abide by them.  Say it with me:  WOW!

Toms of Maine Wicked Fresh ToothpasteThis is someone I definitely want to do business with, so I began searching their products.  Being that I am HUGE on caring for teeth, I was immediately drawn to their toothpastes and mouthwashes.   And down to the Rite-Aid (one of the many locations where you can buy their products) to get a tube of their new Wicked Fresh!™ Toothpaste.  While it hadn't yet arrived to this store, I was able to try Fluoride-Free Antiplaque and Whitening Toothpaste.

Having used it on three occasions now, I can say that I really like this toothpaste.  It has a good flavor and my teeth feel squeaky clean.  In all fairness, however, I can't report on the whitening as it hasn't been long enough - but I'll let you know.

In the meantime, I'm going to order the Wicked Fresh!™ Toothpaste and Mouthwash from their website.  Check back for the results!

Last but not least, let me invite you to enter Tom's of Maine giveaway of a $500 Target gift card and MANY other prizes.  Just visit the That's Wicked Fresh contest page for details on how to enter.  GOOD LUCK!


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