Win! A Philips Sonicare For Kids Toothbrush Worth R799

Easter is a time where your little ones get excited about all the treats and adventures of the day, especially with an egg hunt and trying to spot the elusive Easter Bunny. As a parent, there is no doubt that you want to ensure that they enjoy the day without too many sugar highs and without compromising their oral health.  What causes oral health problems is not their intake of sugary foods and carbonated drinks in one day, it’s how often they consume them. Therefore it is essential that your little ones oral health is taken care of on a daily basis coupled with regular scheduled visits to the dentist.

Here are a few tips and tricks on how to survive and enjoy the holiday, while maintain your little ones’ oral health:

  • Once the Easter egg hunt fun is completed, monitor their intake of sweet treats. Limit treats to after mealtime to ensure their appetite is not ruined before a nutritious meal.
  • Make sure that you only give your kids small amounts of sweet treats at a time – they don’t need to eat everything all in one day.
  • Water must be your drink of choice especially after every sweet treat.
  • Be creative, so sneak in some healthy sweet treat for the kids throughout the day to balance out the good and the bad. For example, make fruit sticks shaped like bunnies covered in sprinkles, kids eat with their eyes.
  • At least an hour or two before bedtime make sure they stop eating all sweet treats. This will make bed time a little bit easier – use those hours to burn out their energy.
  • Make sure you don’t miss their daily teeth brushing routine twice a day, in the morning and before bed.
  • If your kids are 6 years and older alcohol-free mouthwash can be used after they have brushed their teeth as it can flush out any additional bacteria.


So go on, make sure the holiday is special and memorable for your little – one that goes beyond planning an incredible Easter egg hunt!

Now, you can WIN A Philips Sonicare For Kids Toothbrush Worth R799


Brushing your teeth has never been as much fun as with Philips Sonicare for Kids – an electric powered toothbrush with customisable stickers to make each brush uniquely your own.

This Philips Sonicare for kids toothbrush offers maximum plaque removal, using sonic technology that gently and effectively reaches deep between teeth and along the gum-line.

Cool features include: the KidTimer which helps to increase brushing time and helps you ease into a proper routine, KidPacer which delivers a fun and engaging musical tone that encourages you to brush your entire mouth effectively for the dentist’s recommended 2 minutes. Fun interchangeable stickers for customisation, a multi grip design for kids and a rubberised brush head which is designed to protect young teeth, making it the best toothbrush to have for kids!

This fun toothbrush also has an anti-roll shape which offers a sturdy handle design that allows kids to store upright as well as apply toothpaste while the toothbrush is lying flat and 2 kid-friendly power modes – a low mode for younger children and high mode for older kids – delivering a gentle and effective clean. The added benefits of this toothbrush is that it removes 75% more plaque than a children’s manual toothbrush with dynamic cleaning action that drives fluid between teeth. Sonicare for Kids toothbrush is preferred by dental professionals for their own children making the toothbrush a must have!

For kids aged 4 and older.

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55 thoughts on “Win! A Philips Sonicare For Kids Toothbrush Worth R799

  1. Natasha Govender says:

    Would love this for my nephew who is fascinated with electric powered toothbrushes, just in time for his birthday

  2. Sara Nkoenyane says:

    Would be so amazing to win this for my love bug (niece)! So that I can spoil her these holidays with lots of Easter eggs without feeling guilty. Holding thumbs! x

  3. Kelly Jennings says:

    We see who can reach all their teeth with the tooth brush and who’s teeth are the cleanest. It’s always been part of our routine, when the kids were small we would let them. Pick the tooth paste and brushes and we would brush our teeth and pull funny faces while we brush. It became a fun thing to do and now that they older then enjoy brushing their teeth

  4. Simone Cameron says:

    I’ve recently added the Listerine ‘Agent Rinse and Spit’ mouthwash and my 6yr old LOVES IT! Before bed every night he wants to use this agent mouthwash. lol

    He’d love to add this to his teeth brushing routine!

  5. Kate Elliott says:

    I show my 15 month old that I am brushing my teeth and then hand him his toothbrush which he proceeds to chew on, better than nothing right?

  6. lynn botha says:

    With some difficulty lol.. my kids brush together so they kind of entertain themselves.. but I try and buy different toothpastes to try and colourful toothbrushes.

  7. Lianda says:

    We actually not brushing our kids teeth yet as we still waiting to adopt, but it is such a great toothbrush to win that we can keep aside for when they old enough. Our teeth brushing routine will start before baby even has teeth,by rubbing the gums lightly with a special finger toothbrush and we will make sure baby is taught a good tooth brush routine early so it becomes a habit.

  8. Nikki Venkiah says:

    How do I help my kids enjoy brushing their teeth? I brush with them and show them how but also make it fun by making silly noises or singing songs and telling them we need to get all the bugs out of their mouth 😊

  9. Marie says:

    It helped when I got my child a funny and colourful toothbrush right from the beginning and made it seem as if brushing teeth is a fun thing to do, rather than a chore. They love working towards a “big” reward, or ordinary activities that do not come for granted, like going for a lovely picnic or watching a longed for movie, having a special friend stay over, or having a day out at the zoo or mall if they brush their teeth twice a day every day. Sometimes it pays off to show them the most nasty things what will happen when they do not brush their teeth – they will brush on their own accord, even when not told to do so…

  10. Claire Henderson says:

    I help by making it fun and educational. We actually took our niece to the dentist with us the other day and she got to see and learn so much. She is ready to move onto a ‘big girl’ tooth brush and this would be perfect 🙂

  11. Mariette says:

    I help my kid brush his teeth and he helps me brush mine abd that makes it fun for him and less of a struggle for me ☺

  12. Henriette says:

    I normally pretend that we need to catch bugs in his mouth 😉 But this toothbrush sounds amazing – with the music and stickers it can only help out with the daily struggle!

  13. Carla M VD Westhuizen says:

    Harvey is almost two. In our chaotic lives and me trying to figure out parenting, I tend to forget A LOT. So to remember that he should actually be brushing the ten teeth that he has, I make sure in the morning when I brush, he brushes. He is at the copying age is its pretty easy to get him to do it. He sits on a little stool and actually asks for his “brush”.

  14. anusha naidoo says:

    I taught little Evelyn how to brush her teeth whilst I brush mine and it’s a daily routine when I brush my teeth she brushes hers as well its important to teach by example and if I show enthusiasm so will she.

  15. Carla says:

    My son would love this. At the dentist he said it tickled and I’m sure this would help making brushing more enjoyable.😁

  16. Candice Pitro says:

    I have recently added the children’s listerine mouthwash after he had brushed his teeth for any of those hard to reach area’s. Would love to win this awesome prize as this will help get to those area’s as well as have a timer too!! 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻😍😍😍

  17. Anthea Williams says:

    Me and my toddler always has a competition to see who brushes our teeth the best.
    He loves brushing his teeth and I would love to win this awesome giveaway for my son.

  18. Natalie says:

    The dentist actually did it by giving her a little mirror to watch what he is doing and ever since then she loves seeing her teeth as she brushes. She is now into the habit of brushing and doesn’t even use the little mirror as much.

  19. Felicity says:

    My 5 year old has no problem brushing his teeth. He has the cutest set of little teeth so he knows to look after them (as everyone always comments on his gorgeous little smile)
    My 9 year old a different story haha i think he has sensitive gums or something so I think he’d enjoy this cool toothbrush

  20. shaaista mahomed says:

    I started by brushing with my daughter and we would sing a song, that got her started and now she reminds us that she has to brush her teeth otherwise if they get rotten when they fall out the tooth fairy won;t fetch her tooth and she won’t collect coins for her money box 🙂

  21. Justine Burgess says:

    What a Fun toothbrush with so many cool features! My son would just love customising it, and brushing his teeth to music would be very awesome! Need this clever toothbrush to get my son to brush his teeth regularly!

  22. Sharleen says:

    At night it’s bathtime fun and he kinda enjoys it but mornings are more difficult. This would be like mommy’s so he may be more keen

  23. stephanie says:

    I set a timer on which she loves to see if she can brush before the timer goes off, also helps that the toothpaste taste like strawberry flavor

  24. Chantell Roberts says:

    Would love to win this for my little girl thats 8 years. She need some nice toothbrush to make it cool so she cant brush more often.

  25. Ramona says:

    Just in time for Easter I always buy my niece a toothbrush and pack it in with the Easter egg hamper just so she knows after all the sweetys she has to brush her teeth

  26. Lizelle Van Rooyen says:

    My son loves to race. . . so not ideal but we race to brush teeth… Then race to see who brush all teeth (more like endurance race than speed race)

  27. Andrea bester says:

    It was difficult in the beginning, especially the mornings. But now we have a “game” I brush with . I will say okay now we brush?…The front teeth and count. repeat till all is done . And praise her for doing a good job. Then she will run to the bedroom mirror and say wow mommy they so pretty. lol It works for us.

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