How do you brush your teeth on long flights?
They are a disposable kind of toothbrush with a dry, spongy head instead of bristles that has a mint cleanser activated by your saliva. It’s great to have a few on a flight so you keep your toothbrush clean and you won’t need to access your toothpaste which will likely be burried deep within your 3-1-1 kit. If you are really dedicated to oral care and/or avoiding liquids, you can buy or make some toothpowder as well!
If you are travelling to a developing country, they can come in handy in case you don’t have access to clean water for brushing your teeth. (And once you are home, the extras are equally handy inside a gym bag, work desk drawer, and car dash.)
Sometimes, it’s the simple, little things that make a trip go more smoothly. I want to enjoy every minute of the trip I paid so much for- even the flight – and I’m always on the lookout for products that make that experience more pleasurable.
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