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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 didn't care for the taste of this, and it didn't help my sensitive teeth either. I won't be buying.1
I was not a fan of this product. I found it to have a weird texture and never really felt like my teeth were getting clean. I'll stick with my regular toothpaste.1
This toothpaste doesn't have anything special in my opinion. I am going to stick with my drugstore brand. Would have much preferred to receive something else in my box.1
I didn't really like this product but that is probably because I don't like toothpastes that foam up when you use them. My boyfriend does though, so I'll probably pass this sample along to him.1
So I loved the vintage look of the toothpaste packaging and the smell of it was great. My problem came when I used it. This toothpaste left a sandy texture all over my teeth, I had to brush again with my regular toothpaste, rinse with mouthwash and wipe my teeth with a towel to remove what the toothpaste left behind.1
Saccharin, parabens? No thanks. If I wanted all of these artificial ingredients, I would stick with one of the drugstore brands. Because I don't, I use a natural toothpaste.1
The flavor was nice and strong, but not significantly different than any other drug store brand. After brushing with the product, however, I have a strange, unsettling texture on my teeth (similar to that after eating zinc lozanges). If not for that, the product would be nice...
The mint taste was too overpowering for me. I had the original flavor, maybe the others aren't as overwhelming.1
I am skeptical about this toothpaste's ability to safely clean and prevent cavities. I only buy ADA (American Dental Association) accepted toothpastes because they are clinically proven to prevent cavities. This toothpaste is not ADA accepted, so why risk it? It contains no fluoride for protection and could contain abrasives that damage tooth enamel (something that never grows back) with regular use. The flavor is nice, but I am happy with my Colgate.1
I have seen the Marvis brand around over the years but do not care to use it.1