Use Rembrandt for the Whitest, Brightest Smile! #Moms4jnjConsumer

This post is part of the HEALTHY ESSENTIALS® 2014 program by Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Inc. and The Motherhood, who sent me a box of products and compensated me for my time. Opinions, experiences and photos shared here are all my own, and I hope you enjoy them.

healthy essentials 1As a child, my parents always taught me about the importance of brushing my teeth twice a day. They made sure I made it a habit by constantly reminding me that if I wasn’t vigilant in brushing my teeth daily, I would turn out like my grandmother. Although she’s a wonderful person and I love her with all my heart, I knew for a fact that I didn’t want to wear dentures in my future.

When it comes to teeth, not only do we have to worry about dentures, we also have to worry about stains on our teeth. We can’t forget about stains! There are many things that causes stained teeth like teas, coffee, colas, sauces, and so many other things.

I’m a coffee drinker so I know a few things about stains on the teeth, and that’s why I love to use Rembrandt. On Valentine’s Day and every day, make your smile a dazzling asset. REMBRANDT® DEEPLY WHITE® + Peroxide Fresh Mint Toothpaste removes surface stains and deeply penetrates to visibly whiten teeth inside and out, all while restoring enamel.


In fact, it uses the same enamel-safe whitening ingredient that dentists use. Now that’s something to smile about! With Rembrandt’s reputation, you can be sure that you’ll have the whitest, brightest teeth. Rembrandt goes beyond the surface to whiten your teeth to give you a radiant smile that shines from the inside out!

Get a few printable coupons from products you see in the photo below and lots more at



  1. This old coffee drinker NEEDS this toothpaste! Thanks for sharing your review. I will take a look for it when I shop health and beauty items next month.
    Shelly from Momfiles recently posted..Snow Storm Pax and a little earthquake to shake things up a bit | Winter 2014 in SC

    • Here’s what I’ve been doing: I brush my teeth with my regular toothpaste then I brush it with Rembrandt. It seems to be working that way. 😉

Speak Your Mind


CommentLuv badge