BEAUTY | Colgate Omron ProClinical™ A1500 Electric Toothbrush Review

Colgate Omron ProClinical A1500 Electric Toothbrush*

I’ve become really hot on my dental hygiene in the last year. I’ve had a lot of teeth issues and realised it’s time I got serious, I’ve also noticed that my teeth are staining a lot more easily recently. While I am planning to get them whitened in the run up to my wedding in September, ideally I would like them not to stain any more than they have.

I usually use a manual toothbrush but had been considering using an electric toothbrush for a while. When I got the Colgate ProClinical A1500 Electric Toothbrush it looked very impressive. The toothbrush comes partly charged, but the instructions advise that you charge it for 16hours before use and then once a week on going.

The toothbrush comes with a removable head for easy replacement, an upright holder with additional spaces for extra heads and a travel case. The plug is a shaver plug, which means you will need an adapter to charge it if you don’t have one of those plug sockets in your bathroom.


The toothbrush has three settings, one automatic and two manual which all use sonic wave action to clean your teeth and help remove plaque. The automatic setting last for two minutes and changes the brushing type depending on how the brush is positioned for optimal cleaning.

I have to admit having never user a sonic toothbrush before I found it a bit uncomfortable to use at first, but the toothbrush left my mouth feeling so clean that I persevered and no longer find it an issue. I definitely will not be going back to my manual brush and am even buying a second head for Joe to use!

Love Lilla xx

Love Lilla xx
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