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Imported from Italy, this stylish toothpaste makes brushing your teeth anything but routine. Both the Classic Mint and Whitening formulas keep your breath fresh while removing surface stains from your teeth. Plus, the apothecary-inspired tube dresses up the bathroom sink.
Horrible taste. Way too chalky. Would not recommend this product to the average person1
I don't know who thought it would be a good idea to have cinnamon toothpaste, but here we are. I hate cinnamon. Otherwise the packaging and appeal are high.1
I really did not care for the flavor of this toothpaste. There was an extra flavor in there somewhere that wasn't identifiable but was not favorable in my opinion.1
critically fails at the two key requirements of toothpaste - cleaning teeth and freshening breath. will not buy or use the full sample1
Cinnamon Mint flavor was not something I enjoyed. I'm still uncertain on this brands quality, just seems expensive for what I am actually getting.1
I don't like mint toothpaste so for about a year I was using this toothpaste because it was delicious. But I ended up getting 8 cavities not realizing that this toothpaste doesn't have fluoride in it.1
I am a big fan of using natural products, but this toothpaste is pure chemicals. It does not work as well as my regular toothpaste and it doesn't taste nearly as good.1
I didn't care for this toothpaste. It boasts being very minty, but I thought the mint flavor was barely noticeable and I didn't think that it got my teeth particularly clean and wasn't very foamy. The packing was nice, but that's really the only part I enjoyed.1
Not the best tooth paste I've ever had. It was kind of "grity" and left a weird/gross after taste in my mouth. I would pass on this.1
I did not like this toothpaste. It tasted bad and felt like it did nothing. Since it is from overseas, I looked to see if it had fluoride in it and it does not. Probably why it wasn't doing it for me.1