Grab An Ice Cream Cone And Come Read About Crest Sensi-Stop Strips! (PLUS GIVEAWAY)

Crest Sensi Stop Strips

This is so exciting. I never thought a product like this would exist.

The good people at Crest have just come out with a product for us folk that suffer from sensitive teeth. Raise your hand if you are with me. Come on. Fess up. Does the thought of an ice water get you nervous? How about something sweet? People with sensitive teeth can have a variety of triggers ranging from sweet to sour to hot to cold. In other words, we can’t win.

But now we have something on our side!!  Crest has just come out with a new, revolutionary product that stops sensitivity like never before! Available at Walgreens stores, tooth relief is now convenient and affordable. Crest® Sensi-Stop™ Strips are thin, flexible strips that contain an active ingredient used by dental professionals to help stop sensitivity pain and are applied right onto the sensitive tooth that is causing you discomfort.

Crest Sensi Stop Strips

How Does It Work?

Unlike toothpaste, Crest® Sensi-Stop™ Strips are applied directly to sensitive areas, providing targeted delivery of the key ingredient that allows for longer contact time on the surface of the tooth. Within minutes, strips build a lasting barrier that helps stop sensitivity pain by blocking tubules, relieving symptoms of dental sensitivity for up to 30 days (*With the use of similar oxalate products, some patients reported sensitivity relief for periods of up to one month, while others reported relief for shorter periods).

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But How Long Does It Take?

Just 10 minutes for up to 30 days of relief.

I already use toothpaste made for sensitive teeth. To be honest with you, I didn’t realize that there was mouthwash on the market as well. It’s good to know that Crest offers a wide array of products to help with my sensitivity issues — ESPECIALLY the strips! I love that I can proactively take steps towards minimizing the pain I feel when coming in contact with cold food or drink (that’s my personal trigger).

Mark Your Calendar:

On Saturday, September 27th, stop by your local Walgreens and pick up a box of Crest Sensi-Stop Strips™ for $17.99! There will be additional coupons and deals throughout the event and even samples of Crest Sesni toothpaste.
Crest Sensi Strips Prize Pack

Time For The Giveaway:

To help celebrate the launch of this new revolutionary oral care line, I have a special prize pack for you.

  • Crest Sensi-Stop Strips™
  • Crest Sensi-Care Rinse
  • Crest Sensi-Repair Toothpaste (sample size)
  • Oral-B Sensi-Soft Toothbrush
  • $75 Walgreens Gift Card

Good luck!

* this is a sponsored post


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  1. Lisa Brown wrote:

    i have sensitive teeth to cold; no ice cream ever 🙁

    Posted 9.23.14
  2. Karen Glatt wrote:

    I have very sensitive teeth. I have a hard time with cold beverages. They make my teeth hurt.

    Posted 9.23.14
  3. Mami2jcn wrote:

    My teeth are sometimes sensitive to ice cream.

    Posted 9.23.14
  4. Kelly D wrote:

    Yes my teeth can be sensitive to cold foods and drinks.

    Posted 9.23.14
  5. Carole M wrote:

    I’ve had sensitive teeth for years – drives me crazy!

    Posted 9.23.14
  6. Cynthia R wrote:

    They are slightly sensitive to popsicles and to butterfingers, everything else seems okay.

    Posted 9.23.14
  7. steve weber wrote:

    Only when I eat ice cream and Popsicles.

    Posted 9.23.14
  8. Jessie C. wrote:

    My teeth are sensitive to cold drinks.

    Posted 9.23.14
  9. Stephanie wrote:

    i have a hard time eating ice cream

    Posted 9.23.14
  10. latanya wrote:

    my teeth are not sensitive

    Posted 9.23.14
  11. ChristinaZ wrote:

    Yes at times my teeth are sensitive

    Posted 9.23.14
  12. Cheryl wrote:

    Yes, I do have sensitive teeth.

    Posted 9.23.14
  13. Melissa wrote:

    unfortunately I do 🙁

    Posted 9.24.14
  14. Christie L wrote:

    I have very sensitive teeth

    Posted 9.24.14
  15. Nicole Dz wrote:

    I do have sensitive teeth to anything that is extra cold like ice cream is the worst for my teeth.

    Posted 9.24.14
  16. Marti Tabora wrote:

    I do have sensitive teeth, especially when It comes to ice cream.

    Posted 9.24.14
  17. Jennifer Rote wrote:

    Yes, I do have sensitive teeth.

    Posted 9.24.14
  18. Tracy Robertson wrote:

    They have been pretty good lately, but I had very sensitive teeth in the past. They still get a little touchy on occasion, so I like to keep helpful products on hand for those times.

    Posted 9.24.14
  19. Colleen Maurina wrote:

    Yes, my dentist says I have sensitive teeth from brushing my teeth too hard.

    Posted 9.24.14
  20. Debbie Welchert wrote:

    I have sensitive teeth to hot, cold and chocolate.

    Posted 9.26.14
  21. amy pugmire wrote:

    yes very sensitive.

    Posted 9.27.14
  22. Ally Swanson wrote:

    Yes, I occasionally suffer from sensitive teeth that prevent me from sometimes enjoying really cold or really hot food and drinks.

    Posted 9.28.14
  23. Birdiebee wrote:

    I have horribly sensitive teeth.

    Posted 9.28.14
  24. shelly peterson wrote:

    my teeth are sensitive to cold food.

    Posted 9.28.14
  25. Tammy S wrote:

    I have very sensitive teeth. I have used sensitive toothpaste for probably 20 years. I still have to be careful around hot or cold foods.

    Posted 9.28.14
  26. Melissa Stone wrote:

    Yep super sensitive and i just so happen to love root beer floats!! 🙁

    Posted 9.28.14
  27. Deb wrote:

    When I eat cold food, yes.

    Posted 9.28.14
  28. I’ve had sensitive teeth for years.

    Posted 9.28.14
  29. Debra Holloway wrote:

    Yes I do have sensitive teeth. Sometimes they drive me crazy, other times no so much.

    Posted 9.28.14
  30. yes my teeth are super sensitive. i hate it

    Posted 9.29.14
  31. Tabathia B wrote:

    My teeth are sensitive

    Posted 9.29.14
  32. I do have sensitive teeth. Ouch. Need help!

    Posted 9.30.14
  33. Seth wrote:

    My teeth are sensitive to very cold foods and drinks.

    Posted 9.30.14
  34. Jennifer Anne wrote:

    Yes, I have sensitive teeth AND gums!

    Posted 9.30.14
  35. Crystal Rose wrote:

    I do.

    Posted 9.30.14
  36. Annette wrote:

    No, my teeth aren’t sensitive.

    Posted 9.30.14
  37. Wanda McHenry wrote:

    I occasionally have sensitive teeth if I clench my teeth in sleep.

    Posted 9.30.14
  38. Amanda Sakovitz wrote:

    Yes I do

    Posted 9.30.14
  39. Thomas Murphy wrote:

    No i don’t.

    Posted 9.30.14
  40. sherry fowler wrote:

    I sure do and it bites lol

    Posted 9.30.14

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