Aquafresh Brush Time

Aquafresh Brush Time

There are many things that children do not like to do and brushing teeth is one of them. Although it is important to brush your teeth, a fact that is especially true for children, making kids do it can be a real challenge. Now this task has become a bit easier thanks to a new and innovative Android application by GlaxoSmithKline. The app is called Aquafresh Brush Time and comes to you absolutely for free.

The people behind Aquafresh Brush Time know that making kids brush their teeth is a hard task so they try to turn this activity into a game. Once you start this app you get a cute-looking little being that is made out of toothpaste and once you are ready to brush your teeth you can tap on the Brush Time button to begin. The being, also called nurdle, will start dancing while a song will play for exactly two minutes, which is the recommended brush time. Once done you will get 20 nurdle stars that you can spend at an in-game shop for clothes that you can use to dress your nurdle in any way possible. Thus your kids will do a good deed while being entertained. How does this sound?

Aquafresh Brush Time has been designed for Android and comes for free; if interested you can take a look at this app right here on Google Play.

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