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Philips Diamond-Clean Toothbrush || Review

A bit of a different post than usual but still a beauty product none the less. I have wanted this tooth brush for about 2 years and I just haven't bought it. One of the main reasons was the price, at £250 it is incredibly expensive (it is now on offer for £112.50). But at the end of last year during the sales the price dropped considerably to £89.99, still a lot of money.

The reason I wanted this tooth brush is because it is one of the best on the market and I wanted one that could do all sorts of different things. This particular tooth brush has 5 modes, I usually use the clean and whiten modes. This tooth brush does take some getting used to, as it is very strong. To gradually build up the speed keep it on clean mode, this way it increases the speed gradually until it is full speed this usually takes about 18 uses. Then you can start using the other modes and not feel like your teeth are going to fall out.

Charging this tooth brush has become a lot easier than others on the market. It does come with the usual 2 prong plug, that you need an adapter for in the UK, but it comes in a travel case and USB.  This means you can charge the tooth brush with your phone plug, it's that easy. But if you already have an adapter there is a other fun adaption you can use to charge the tooth brush with, a glass. Yep a bit of a strange one, but there is a metal plate you place the glass on and place the tooth brush inside. With the power on the tooth brush starts charging and if you use the glass you can clean it in the dishwasher.

The charging time is long if charging from flats, at 24 hours but it lasts up to 4 weeks. The only downside to this tooth brush is the heads. The box only comes with the one head and it is about £14.99 for two new heads, which you should change every 3 months.

Overall this tooth brush is amazing and I much prefer it to the Oral B tooth brushes (I have had one of these I just didn't like it). It is expensive, but I think if you find a tooth brush you are comfortable with and that does a good job then it doesn't matter. These tooth brush do last a few years and longer if you don't over charge it. I would recommend this tooth brush to anyone. But if you don't want to spend the money then I would recommend the Oral B tooth brushes.

Stay Gorgeous 


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