There are certain headlines that are sure to make us do a double take. We would have to say that this one definitely qualifies. Tropicana is here to help us out with one of the most common morning issues that we have been experiencing ever since we were small.
We have all experienced the annoyance that is associated with trying to brush our teeth after drinking orange juice.
Tropicana has heard our cries and they have decided to come up with their very own toothpaste. Now, we longer have to worry about this unsavory combination. According to HypeBeast, the orange juice giant decided to conduct a survey on the matter. They have found that over 80 percent of respondents agree. This is not something that anyone wants to be dealing with at the moment (or at all, for that matter).
The limited-edition toothpaste is being released in celebration of National Brush Day. This product is being released in conjunction with Dynamic Blending Specialists. In order to allow people to avoid the distaste of brushing after having orange juice, they have excluded the sodium lauryl sulfate. This ingredient is used as a cleaning agent but it is also responsible for the bitter aftertaste.
Anyone who would like to take home some of their own will need to head to the Tropicana Instagram page. They’ll be announcing details on how to get a bottle of the toothpaste on November 1st.
We have been searching for a toothpaste that would not ruin the taste of our orange juice for some time now. While we are beyond pleased by this new innovation, we do have one small gripe. Since this is just a limited-time-only release, we are eventually going to have to go back to the old ways of doing things.
If you will excuse us, we are going to be on their page, demanding that the toothpaste be released to the general public on a more permanent basis. We do not believe that we have the power to make this happen on our own, so we will need plenty of readers to chime in about this very important manner. This is our chance to be the change that we wish to see in the world.SKM: below-content placeholder