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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.
I've literally never felt strongly enough about a product to write a review - until now. I took this toothpaste on vacation with me because it was the perfect sample size. By the end of the week, my lovely white teeth were probably two shades yellower. Not to mention, they just didn't 'feel' clean. I didn't think toothpaste could go so wrong - until now. Please don't waste your money on this product.1
I did not see any difference between this toothpaste and regular store brand. Definitely had a nice minty flavor but I do not think the price is justified.1
The sample felt very light when I picked it up. Good reason, it was empty! Not impressed with this sample.1
No, no, no. In a world where people are more health conscious & staying away from toxic products, I was shocked to see the ingredients ... 4 different types of parabens are in this one product. I was excited at first to see the product, but after reading the ingredient list & researching online, there are much better, healthier choices out there. This is a product going directly into your mouth, quickly absorbed... take care of your body.1
I was surprised to see toothpaste in a beauty box, but the tube was attractive, it looked hipster-trendy like the health store products, and I thought it would be fun to try. Then I read the ingredients list and saw that it contains no Flouride. I will never buy this. I haven't even tried my sample. I'll keep it on hand for an emergency, such as if I ever run out of my real toothpaste. Trendy might be cool, but being cool won't pay my dental bills. :/1
Petroleum byproducts and titanium dioxide in my toothpaste? No thanks!
This product resulting in a partnership with Details magazine does not surprise me. Details magazine is a classless, mid-rate publication that would not know quality if it slapped them in the face, because quality is more rare and not obvious enough for them to understand.
I'll stick with my organic toothpastes, of which there are many to choose from, thank you very much.
I really enjoyed the flavor of this toothpaste, but if you look at the ingredient list it just doesn't have the active ingredients I have come to expect in a toothpaste.1
I strongly disliked the taste of this toothpaste. It tasted like artificial sugar, and sure enough, sorbitol was a main ingredient.1
There was a printing error on my sample, leaving me not so encouraged about a product that touts itself as decorative for bathrooms.1
First of all, why I got a travel size tube of toothpaste in my birchbox in the first place is beyond me. I don't consider toothpaste a part of my "beauty routine." I am perfectly satisfied with the $3 tube of toothpaste I get from the drugstore, and this toothpaste sample didn't even leave my mouth feeling extra clean or anything special. Not worth spending extra money on.1