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Tom’s of Maine Helps Create a Good Bedtime Routine
February is National Children’s Dental Health month and Tom’s of Maine is teaming up with Oral Health America (OHA) to share healthy brushing habits and oral care prevention information. But as a busy parent, I pretty much need to make every month National Children’s Dental Health month in this household.
Tom’s of Maine is all about teaching natural oral care with an engaging coloring book called “Brushing Fun” for kids of all ages which you can download from their site for free. Launching in February, each free download of the book will donate 10 tubes of Wicked Cool! natural toothpaste in addition to a one-time donation of $50,000 to Oral Health America to OHA in support of its Smiles Across America program. How great is that?
As parents, we know that good brushing habits are a key part of a healthy bedtime routine and as big fans Tom’s of Maine, we are thrilled to celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month.
ABOUT TOM'S OF MAINE
After receiving a $5,000 loan from a friend in 1970, Tom and Kate Chappell launched Tom’s of Maine, starting with non-phosphate laundry detergent and later, most famously, an all-natural toothpaste. Throughout its history, the company’s operations have remained in Kennebunkport, and the company’s mission has remained the same—to create practical everyday products that won’t harm the environment. (You won’t find animal ingredients, peroxides, or artificial flavors, colors, sweeteners, or preservatives in any Tom’s of Maine products.) One thing that has changed is the ownership: Since 2006, Tom’s of Maine has been a subsidiary of Colgate Palmolive.
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