Keeping my child's teeth healthy with Darlie Jolly Junior

by - September 22, 2017


This is a question that pops into my head when I had my first child. I had a tough time judging how much dental care a child needs but as a parent, I would like to prevent cavities and teach her good oral hygiene but what is the best way to do it and when should I let Miya start brushing her own teeth?


Good oral hygiene should begin at an early age, I started cleaning Miya with a wet cloth after each feeding when she was a baby to keep her gums clean, as soon as she started having her little tooth, I gave her a kids sized toothbrush to practice with but continue using the wet cloth because I was worried that she would not know how to spit out the toothpaste at such a young age so I did not give her any but as she turned 2 this year I started to give her a pea size of toothpaste and taught her how to spit and she seems to be doing it pretty well.


Darlie Junior recently came out with 2 new toothpaste that will suit your child needs, there are 2 flavors available with cute Rilakkuma packaging designs, the toothpaste contains food-grade ingredients with no added sugar and formulation with fluoride and calcium and xylitol that helps prevent cavities.


For kids, 2-6 years old try Jolly Junior comes in Vanilla Flavour, the milk teeth enamel is thinner and it could easily cause cavity. Darlie Jolly Junior is able to protect your child's teeth from cavity with fluoride and calcium and xylitol formulation. The toothpaste is in gel form to make it gentle and easy for cleaning. For kids, 6-10 years old Jolly Junior comes in Strawberry Flavour, during mixed dentition period, it is important to keep oral cavity clean and strengthen teeth to resist cavity, therefore, this toothpaste will definitely be able to help keep good oral health for your child.




Darlie Junior also came up with an app for your kids to have fun while brushing their teeth, download the Darlie Brush-Up app and experience Jolly Tooth Brushing with Rilakkuma! Check out how much fun Miya had while brushing her teeth, she seems to be enjoying that 2 minutes a lot :)


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13 comments

  1. Good effort in keeping your kids teeth healthy. The toothpaste packaging looks cute and appealing to kids.

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  2. Hi..good to teach young children mouth hygiene. They are prone to careis and thrush infection.

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  3. it's a good to teach the kids about the teeth healthy, i know it's hard to teach and to make sure they brush teeth everyday..hihi...i've experienced before.. :)

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  4. What a wonderful training app for kids to adopt the habit of brushing. The toothpaste and brush are so cute, they attract the attention of kids as well.

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  5. Love the cute rilakkuma packaging... too bad my kids have all graduated from kiddy toothpaste...

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  6. I am glad to see other brands apart from Colgate for kids - and nice to see that they have different flavours too. I wonder how vanilla flavour tastes like ?! Will try this out..

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  7. Seriously? I can't believe there's an app for that. Kids nowadays are so exposed to gadgets even at a young age. Great job for doing what's best for your child. ^^

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  8. Miya now can enjoy brushing her teeth with this cute package n new flavor Darlie

    Racheal

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  9. So cute! My son also love the toothbrush cos it's gentle on his milk tooth 😂

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  10. Oh your baby is so cute! Glad she is enjoying brushing her teeth :)
    The packaging are very attractive too :)

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  11. Your daughter looks like having fun while brushing her teeth! The toothpaste packaging are way to cute.

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  12. I'm gonna get this for my kid. She will love it

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  13. I like the way your daughter brush her teeth look so lovely amd enjoying :)

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