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Wednesday, November 23 2016 11:23

Well, HELLO there... Gobble Gobble!

THE ROCK FATHER Magazine has partnered with Hello Products to bring you this friendly feature.

It's Thanksgiving week, or as I like to think of it, that big speed bump on the highway between Halloween and the December Holidays. It's a time when things slow down, and part of that is simply because of all the eating - a lot of eating. Actually, Halloween is probably the true kick-off to the Holiday season, because October-December are all linked by an unseen evil that lurks with every meal, sweet and treat - the potential for cavities. For Halloween I tried to balance things out by staying "cavity-neutral," giving kids both candy and toothpaste... the naturally-friendly kind from Hello Products.  If there's a sugar rush, kids should also feel a need to rush to brush to protect those pearly whites - even if they're not "grownup teeth" just yet. Knock on wood, neither of The Rock Daughters™ have yet to have a cavity! But now, Thanksgiving... Gobble, Gobble!

Published in Health & Fitness

THE ROCK FATHER Magazine has partnered with Hello Products to bring you this friendly feature.

When it comes to oral care and brushing teeth, it’s one of those things that you typically don’t think much about - I certainly never used to. In my pre-Rock Father days, I brushed, but I admittedly did a terrible job and taking care of my teeth the way that I should’ve, and I paid for it when I got back on my dental game and needed some fixes. Being more “friendly” to my own teeth came about by becoming a parent, and caring so much for our little girls, that the desire to make sure they each have a healthy smile turned the tables back on dad (since mom was already ahead of the game). Without knowing it, we were early adopters to Hello Products, having used their “Naturally Friendly” toothpastes back when they still came in their funky-shaped little “designer” bottles. Things have changed for Hello Products over the past few years, but now they’re hitting the scene (and our bathrooms) with products that aren’t just friendly for me and you, but also for the red, white & blue - Made in the USA.

Published in General News