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A Little Horn-Tooting: These Folks Love Our Floss

August 14, 2019

Pardon the horn-tooting, but we’re excited to share some recent Cocofloss love in the press. 📰❤️ From a floss convert at Bon Appetit to a group of professional floss fanatics, these folks have fallen for Cocofloss’s antimicrobial coconut oil and “soft, yet textured” PFAS-free thread. Find out what inspired these fine flossers to join the floss party in the excerpts below.

“Without a doubt, Cocofloss was the most recommended by the dentists we spoke to.” —The Strategist 


“The Best Dental Floss, According to Dentists”

New York Magazine: The Strategist


“Many of the dentists we spoke to emphasized that flossing daily is the best way to keep your mouth clean and healthy. ... 


“Without a doubt, Cocofloss was the most recommended by the dentists we spoke to. ‘My favorite floss — and the one I hand out to all my patients — is Cocofloss,’ says Dr. Jennifer Plotnick of Grand Street Dental. ... The floss has a unique thread that is ‘soft, yet textured,’ which makes it super-effective at removing plaque without hurting the gums, explains Dr. Saddia Patton of Downtown Dental. Plus, the string has a coating of coconut oil which has antimicrobial properties, says Dr. Ramin Tabib of NYC Smile Design. Dr. Plotnick adds that coconut oil is also ‘naturally soothing to gum tissue.’”

“I’m never lying about my flossing habits again.”—Aliza Abarbanel, Bon Appetit


“This Coconut Oil Floss Turned Me Into a Daily Flosser”

Bon Appetit: Healthyish


“I used to lie to my dentist. In my defense, I’m pretty sure everyone lies about flossing, because it’s the most tedious act of self-care on the planet. That is, until Cocofloss entered the oral hygiene game.


“... After I saw several glowing Sephora reviews from dental hygienists, I needed to try it for myself. My gums need all the help they can get.


“... [F]or once, the actual feeling of flossing won me over. That’s thanks to the addition of coconut oil, a natural antimicrobial that soothes while removing slippery plaque and sticky food scraps. The post-flossing clean mouth feeling is nice, but the smug sense of self-satisfaction that comes from daily flossing is the best feeling of all.”

“Love the way this tastes and it’s PFAS-free.”  —Danielle Duboise, Sakara Life


“28 Famous People on All the Things They Use to Keep Their Teeth Clean”

New York Magazine: The Strategist

“Pearly whites courtesy of Cocofloss.” Olivia Wilde, actress (“House,” “Drinking Buddies,” “Tron: Legacy”) and director of the hilarious teen comedy “Booksmart

 

“Love the way this tastes and it’s PFAS-free, unlike [some] standard dental floss. PFAS is a group of man-made chemicals that have been linked to everything from thyroid and immune conditions to cancer. The scary fact is that chemicals and toxins are lurking almost everywhere, and floss is one of the last places people think they’d be. Even that familiar minty flavor in traditional floss is likely coming from a chemical, versus something natural like peppermint oil. I keep one in every bag — the classic flavor!” Danielle Duboise, co-founder of the organic meal delivery program Sakara Life and co-author of the cookbook “Eat Clean, Play Dirty: Recipes for a Body and Life You Love


:tada: Join the Floss Party Today! :tada: