A Toothbrush Cup can help make Cleaning Teeth for Kids Easy
Brushing a child’s teeth is important for many reasons but if you can’t get your kids to brush, at least get them to rinse with this toothbrush cup! I used this technique for a while to get my kids into brushing again and it really helped. We used to call it “Swish and Spit” just to make it fun and having a character cup just somehow made this activity easier. Phew! It’s really hard to get your kids to brush without complaining every night don’t you think?
Cleaning primary teeth keeps your child’s jaw straight, holds the space for adult teeth and plays an important role in how children learn to chew, smile, and talk. Having healthy teeth will also help with confidence and participation in their education and social life. Establishing good oral health habits early on will help encourage lifelong patterns.
And good oral care starts before teeth appear. The AAP recommends that, after a feeding, parents wipe a baby’s gums with a soft washcloth such as our organic cotton baby wipes which customer have told us are ideal for this task. You could also use a dentist-recommended cleanser. When a child’s first tooth appears, parents should brush their child’s teeth for two minutes twice a day and switch to a child-sized, soft-bristled toothbrush with a cushioned head, and a pea-sized dab of natural toothpaste.
Made from bamboo & rice husks, this biodegradable cup is earth friendly and cute!
With a matte finish and a familiar face, it is perfect for hygienically storing Jack N’ Jill products in the bathroom, rinsing after brushing and even that midnight drink of water!
These are naturally BPA & PVC Free.
Dimensions: 9cm (height) x 8cm (top diameter)
If you love the look of this Rinse Cup, then check out the full Jack n Jill Kids Toothbrush range here at Nature’s Child