Oh, I just love a good vibrating product.
There’s just nothing like the sensation of mechanical tingling up and down your nerves.
Over the past two and a half months, I’ve really enjoyed daily use of two very special vibrating products and I keep both of them in my bedroom. Well, they’re kept up in my bathroom. One of them I keep put up in the cupboard. It’s not that I’d be embarrassed for anyone to see these two products. But you know, there’s just an element of privacy that I’d like to keep. And what if it fell into the wrong hands? One of the products penetrates deeply when vibrating.
During the day, when I need to feel better about myself, I just go in there and turn one of them on and in a few seconds, I start to get that wonderful sensation that only vibrating can bring. You know, it just a comfortable feeling; Just a soothing, special feeling.
Okay, now that all of you have your heads in the gutter and your hands reaching for something that vibrates in your own homes, it’s time to come clean.
After my trip two weeks ago to New York City on behalf of Proctor and Gamble and Gillette, I went out and bought a new razor. I got the Gillette Fusion Power and it really has a batter powered vibrator built into it that one uses while shaving. One of the guys asked about this feature in the up coming Gillette Fusion ProGlide, which is supposed to arrive here from New York any day now, and they said it was part of the science of shaving.
And I have to say, having used this razor for about a week now, the cuts, nicks and outright pain of shaving has gone away. Once something I dreaded, I now feel better about a good shave. I’d been using a two-blade disposable off and on for the past few years, but I’m really happy with what is now happening with my vibrating product. The shave definitely is closer because the razor has five blades and it has ergonomic rubber handles on it that are designed for the different ways I hold it while I’m shaving.
The vibrating also makes it more comfortable while shaving. I don’t mash my face as hard with it when it’s vibrating like I would have with a disposable razor and like I said, it’s been a much less bloody affair.
So moms/ladies planning on getting your dad/guy something for Father’s Day, I’d recommend the vibrating Gillette razors. Check out the ProGlide when it’s released on June 6th. I’ll upgrade as soon as mine arrives.
It’s really been worth the sensations. Ah…..
Soon after moving out of the house, I began to wonder where my toothbrush might have been put or used for before I left for safer environs, so I decided I needed to get a new one.
That led me to Walmart (According to the AP Stylebook, that’s now done with no hyphen) and that night I bought the razor mentioned above and I got this new tooth brush. Like I’ve said before, they both VIBRATE.
According to Oral-B, Pulsar has soft vibrating bristles that help break up plaque between teeth. Just turn it on and brush as you would with a regular manual brush. Plus, Pulsar’s pressure-sensitive split head adjusts to the contours of your teeth to clean hard-to-reach places while moderating the amount of pressure applied to teeth and gums.
The result is an effective clean and an outstanding sensory experience.
- Penetrates deep between teeth
- Sweeps away food and plaque from the tooth surface
- Adjusts to the contours of your teeth
- Moderates the amount of pressure applied to your teeth and gums
I’ve really enjoyed using this toothbrush and it does provide a comforting sensation while in use.
Toothbrush Express says says it’s good practice to replace your toothbrush:
- At least every three months
- When bristles begins to show wear
- After an illness such as a cold or flu
And now after knowing you can vibrate your face and teeth, makes me wonder what else out there would be good for vibrating….