September 18, 2014

Crest #SensiStopStrips :: Review and Giveaway

This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Crest. My opinions are 100% my own!


Do you struggle with tooth sensitivity problems? I know I do. I can't bite into anything cold without feeling that awful shooting pain through my teeth. I love ice cream and smoothies, so this has become quite a problem. Have your teeth ever ached after eating something too hot or too cold? I was so happy to have the chance to try Crest Sensi-Stop Strips! Crest uses a new breakthrough technology to provide you with tooth sensitivity relief in the form of a strip, not a paste. The strips are so easy to place, and there’s no measuring or guesswork required. The best part? Using just one Crest Sensi-Stop Strip for just ten minutes can lead to up to one whole month of protection! You can't get much better than that!


I have tried toothpastes that promise to help with tooth sensitivity. The problem is that they don't deliver the other features I like in my toothpaste. They also tend to work for only a very short period of time. After using the Sensi-Stop Strips just once, I am still experiencing relief! It is awesome! I am celebrating with ice cream and other cold foods that I did not get to enjoy before.


You can find new Crest Sensi-Stop Strips at an everyday low price at Walmart. Just follow these simple steps to use for up to one month of protection!
  • Step 1 | Find It: Identify exactly where you feel the “zing”
  • Step 2 | Stick It: Place 50% of the strip over the gum and 50% over the tooth
  • Step 3 | Relieve It: In 10 minutes remove the strip. Relief lasts up to 1 month


Crest and She Speaks is giving you the chance to win a $25 Walmart Gift Card so you can try Crest #SensiStopStrips for yourself!

Connect :: To connect with Crest, visit crest.com. You can also find Crest on Facebook and Twitter.

Buy It :: Experience the new Crest Sensi-Stop Strips in the oral care aisle at your local Walmart or at CrestSensi.com/Walmart.

Win It :: One {lucky} reader will win a $25 Walmart Gift Card!

How To Enter :: Just use the simple form below to enter. Open to US only. Must be 18+ to enter. Giveaway closes on September 29, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST. Only one person per household/IP address may enter. Good luck!
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This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Crest. My opinions are 100% my own!

173 comments:

  1. I get tooth sensitivity with both very cold and hot foods and drinks.

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  2. Ice cream always gives me tooth sensitivity.

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  3. cold drinks and food cause me sensitivity. And, at my dentist cleanings!

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  4. I experience it when I eat ice cream sometimes.

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  5. I have the most sensitivity with cold foods.

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  6. Cold liquids really seem to bother my teeth. I have sensitive teeth, and drinking icy cold drinks hurts my teeth.

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  7. I experience the most sensitivity with cold foods and drinks.

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  8. I experience the most cold sensitivity when drinking cold drinks like ice water or sweet tea. I've had to stop putting ice in my drinks.

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  9. Yes, I have very sensitive teeth when eating cold or sweet foods

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  10. whenever I eat something sweet, it burns a bit!

    ssgsweeps @ gmail .com

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  11. cold foods

    trixie420247 at yahoo dot com

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  12. I experience the most discomfort with cold foods.

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  13. I experience sensitivity when eating cold foods.

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  14. The worst for me is when silverware touches a tooth

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  15. I experience sensitivity with cold foods.

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  16. Cold foods and drinks are the culprits for me - they can be painful with my sensitive teeth!

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  17. Very cold items like ices can bother me.

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  18. I have more trouble with cold foods. Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  19. I experience the most sensitivity when I eat ice cream. It's just a shame, but I guess the ice cream is not really good for me anyway.

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  20. I have sensitive teeth with cold things.

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  21. My sensitivity is mostly with cold foods - thank you.

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  22. Cold drinks cause my teeth sensitive.

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  23. I experience the most tooth sensitivity from cold foods.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  24. ice cream and drinks with ice cause my tooth sensitivity

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  25. I usually feel it with ice cream!

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  26. my teeth are sensitive to cold drinks and cold food, especially ice cream

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  27. I'm more sensitive to cold food than I am to hot foods. Thank you!!
    crystalfaulkner2000 at yahoo dot com

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  28. Mine is when i eat to big a bite of ice cream.

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  29. My teeth are more sensitive to cold items.

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  30. I'm so sensitive to cold drinks and I have to brush my teeth with warm water.

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  31. I have sensitivity if I go from one temperature extreme to the other too quickly, like if I'm drinking hot tea and eating ice cream at the same time (it's too bad because I like a cup of something hot with my cold dessert!).

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  32. Mostly with cold foods.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  33. When I am having sinus issues, my teeth are sensitive to cold drinks and of course, icecream

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  34. My teeth are sensitive to ice cream and Popsicles.

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  35. Smoetimes my teeth hurt when I eat sweets.

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  36. I have the most sensitivity with cold foods or drinks.

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  37. I have a lot of trouble with cold foods and drinks.

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  38. I experience a lot of sensitivity when I eat cold food

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  39. I experience the most sensitivity with cold foods like ice and popsicles.

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  40. My teeth are sensitive to sweet foods. Especially snickers.

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  41. My teeth don't like cold at all!

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  42. I've never really had problems with tooth sensitivity, but all of my siblings have problems with ice cream.

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  43. I experience the most tooth sensitivity when eating cold foods

    Moniquebbon at gmail dot com

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  44. I feel sensitivity to my teeth when I eat something sweet mostly. It's seldom that hot or cold will make them sensitive.

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  45. I experience the most tooth sensitivity after I chew on ice. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  46. I am sensitive to extremely cold foods.

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  47. Sometimes sugary things hurt my teeth.

    cc_girly(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  48. When I have cold food especially ice cream.

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  49. I experience tooth sensitivity mostly to cold foods, Ice cream is the worst!

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  50. When I eat ice cream sometimes it is unbearable! I want to try these.

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  51. I experience it with very cold foods like ice cream.

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  52. My teeth are sometimes sensitive to ice cream and very cold drinks.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  53. For me the worst is sweets, especially candy bars. Cold bothers me too, but not nearly as bad.

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  54. My teeth are sensitive to cold foods

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  55. Caramel, I love it but I can't eat it my teeth hurt so bad when I do.

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  56. With cold drinks and foods especially drinks.

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  57. My teeth are sensitive ti cold and sweets.

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  58. I am not too sensitive but once in awhile when I eat something cold it really hurts

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  59. Neither sometimes sweets give me toothaches but hot and cold does not bother me.

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  60. I experience the most sensitivity when eating cold foods, especially ice cream or something with ice. Thanks.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  61. I experience food sensitivity most with cold stuff like ice cream

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  62. I experience the most sensitivity when eating cold things.

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  63. cold and sweet foods make my teeth sensitive sometimes

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  64. I experience the most sensitivity when eating cold things which is terrible because, I LOVE ice cream!
    jill.kecseg at yahoo dot com

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  65. Cold, icy drinks are the worst for me. Makes sipping a Frappuccino quite tricky!

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  66. I get a lot of sensitivity with ice water or smoothies.

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  67. Hot and cold foods and drinks cause the most pain with me.

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  68. I usually experience sensitivity with cold foods and drinks.

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  69. cold foods are my nighmare!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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  70. My tooth sensitivity is with cold food.

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  71. I usually experience tooth sensitivity to cold things

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

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  72. It is the worst when eating cold things. Ice cream.
    Jennifer Rote

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  73. I definitely have more sensitivity with cold things!

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  74. I experience the most sensitivity when drinking or eating cold foods!

    commonsenseandstilettos@yahoo.com
    JAsmine P

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  75. anything cold or sweet

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  76. I can't eat Popsicles

    Danielle Papsis

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  77. I experience sensitivity when eating/drinking cold things.

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  78. I experience the most sensitivity with cold foods!

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  79. I get tooth sensitivity more with cold drinks.

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  80. I have more sensitivity when I drink or eat cold things.

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  81. Cold foods give me the most sensitivity

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  82. Mine is only extreme sweet or extreme hot/cold. It doesn't do it too often.

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  83. mostly after eating cold food or flossing. so much pain.

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  84. Some sensitivity occasionally with different temperatures.

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  85. So far I'm sensitive to some popsicles and butterfingers, everything else is fine.

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  86. Both will bother me but the cold, especially in winter months, you don't even want to open your mouth outdoors

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  87. Cold foods cause the most tooth sensitivity for me

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  88. Cold foods like icecream and ice hurt my teeth.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  89. My boyfriend has problems with cold things.

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  90. I have the most sensitivity with ice cream.

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  91. I experience tooth sensitivity most when I eat or drink cold foods or bevarages.

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  92. My teeth sensitivity is more so to cold things! I have a very hard time with anything frozen like ice cream.

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  93. My teeth are sensitive to cold foods and I love icecream, I would love to try the Sensi Strips.

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  94. My teeth are sensitive to cold things and sweet things.

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  95. Most of my sensitivity is due to cold foods like ice cream.

    rtrexel@gmail.com

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  96. My teeth are most sensitive to cold and extremely sweet items such as fudge or caramel.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  97. Mostly on cold foods but I also get it with really hot foods, or from switching to one to the other.

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  98. it's cold that gets me - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  99. Usually very cold drinks and sugary foods.

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  100. If my teeth get sensitive it is always from something cold.

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  101. its cold for me espically after eating something hot

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  102. My teeth are very sensitive to things that are cold.

    tderosa142 at gmail dot com

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  103. Mine is when things are super cold.

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  104. My teeth are sensitive to cold foods.
    KIMMY RIPLEY

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  105. My teeth are sensitive to cold drinks and cold food, especially ice cream

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  106. Cold foods like ice cream do it for me.

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  107. I experience it mostly when I eat sweets Rosanne rosans4@comcast.net

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  108. My daughter experiences tooth sensitivity when eating cold foods.

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  109. I experience the most sensitivity while eating/drinking cold foods/beverages.

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  110. I mostly have issues with cold foods. Which sucks because I love ice cream.

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  111. Cold things like drinks, ice or ice cream hurt my back teeth.

    Thanks!
    Samantha (samdaleo)
    jamesmadison1974@gmail.com

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  112. My teeth get sensitive with cold foods.

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  113. I have sensitivity mostly with cold foods.

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  114. I'm sensitive to both cold and hot depending were it hits the tooth.

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  115. My worst is definitely when it comes to cold, but i have it all the time.....i'm a grinder and don't have much enamel left due to that......which leaves my teeth super exposed and super sensitive.

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  116. definitely whenever i'm eating ice cream or drinking something very cold.

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  117. I experience the most sensitivity with cold foods.

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  118. I get it when I drink ice water or eat something really sweet.

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  119. I'm fine, but my husband can't handle cold stuff like ice cream.

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  120. Cold. I love pickles but can't eat them :(

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  121. My sensitivity is triggered by anything cold and or sweet.
    Tara Woods

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  122. Cold foods trigger my sensitive teeth.

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  123. I usually get tooth sensitivity when I drink drinks with ice in it.

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  124. My teeth are sensitive to cold.

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  125. I mostly experience it with hot foods especially right after I've drank something cold
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

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  126. Thanks for the giveaway…we have no tooth sensitivity issues as of yet !
    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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