An Easy Alternative To Traditional Flossing For People Who Aren't Flossers

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There’s a good chance you either avoid flossing like the plague or begrudgingly do it once or twice a week out of a fear of being reprimanded at your next dental check-up.

We all know we should be flossing, but only about one-third of us apparently floss daily and another one-third just don’t floss at all. A lot of us land somewhere in the middle. Whether it’s the extra time it requires, the discomfort flossing can cause or, well, pure laziness, is besides the point. The American Dental Association recommends we floss once a day, and most of us just aren’t doing that.

If you’re one of those people who will never be “a flosser,” you might prefer an alternative to traditional flossing that’s life-changing: a water flosser. If you’re looking to supplement your oral hygiene routine or finally get in the habit of daily flossing, the Aqua Flosser Rechargeable Water Flosser can take the pain out of the activity and give you results you dentist will notice.

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The Aqua Flosser is also perfect for people with braces because it’s easy to use and lets you navigate those hard-to-reach areas ― no weird floss threaders required.

This water flosser lets you choose from three distinct pressure modes to massage and power-wash your teeth and gums, removing plaque while giving your mouth some much-needed TLC. Even better, the whole family can hygienically share the same unit by using its four color-coded changeable tips.

Your teeth will look and feel squeaky clean in half the time it takes to use string floss. Invest in a water flosser today while the Aqua Flosser Rechargeable Water Flosser is available for a limited time for only $39.99 — that’s 73% off the original price.

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This article was written by Liz Sommer on behalf of HuffPost Finds.

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