Jonathan Margolis at How To Spend It is my tech critic of choice, and it turns out he’s also become its unofficial toothbrush critic. If he says this Quip toothbrush is good, then it must be. I usually use an Oral-B or ION-Sei electric toothbrush but don’t want to carry all that bulk if I’m travelling or doing an overnight stay. So then I usually take a bog standard toothbrush but feel it’s doing a substandard job. Quip solves this problem. It’s slender and fuss-free and works with a simple AAA battery to get the required power-brushing I like, without the chargers and plugs. Buy it here*.
Over the last couple of years, oral care has been undergoing a revolution akin to the skincare boom, with unsexy products and rituals getting the elevated treatment. From Buly 1803 flavoured floss to dental clinics with Netflix, to Moon Oral Beauty (who has just done a collab with Kendall Jenner* – and when the Jenners jump in, you know there’s mileage), I think in 2020 we’ll be hearing a lot more.
WORDS: Disneyrollergirl / Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGES: Annemarieke van Drimmelen; Quip toothbrush
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