Middlebury, VT (August 4, 2011) – In response to research conducted by the University of Michigan School of Dentistry that found more than 1 trillion germs living on the average toothbrush, Vermont Soap developed Certified Organic Toothbrush Sanitizer. This patent-pending and powerful organic formula kills dangerous bacteria that thrives on toothbrushes, dentures and bridgework and offers a safe and effective solution for people, pets and the environment.
Certified Organic Toothbrush Sanitizer is a pure and natural product made from certified organic alcohol and a blend of organic essential oils. Like all of Vermont Soap’s products, it is free of artificial colors, fragrances and preservatives. Vermont Soap does not test on animals.
“Just one spray on your toothbrush after brushing and over 1 trillion germs bite the dust, instead of you,” says Larry Plesent, Vermont Soap’s founder. “It is safe and nontoxic for you, and deadly for germs and microbes that can contribute to tooth decay and gum disease.”
Certified Organic Toothbrush Sanitizer is sold in a 4-ounce spray bottle at the special introductory price of $4.99–more than 15 percent off the suggested retail price of $5.99. It is available for purchase through Vermont Soap’s online store at www.vermontsoap.com, and coming soon to a health food store and pharmacy near you.
Vermont Soap has been creating innovative natural and organic soap products made in the U.S. since 1992. For more information, visit the company’s website or call (866) SOAP-4U2.