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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.
This is good toothpaste and has a unique taste. It gets the job done.4
I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that I got the Cinnamon flavor Marvis Toothpaste sample this month since all the pictures I had seen were of a mint flavor which starts to get boring. The tube looked nice and kind of vintage standing up straight on my counter instead of all bent and rolled up in one of the drawers below the sink. For a sample, I would say it is was a good size -- slightly larger than the samples you see of the major brands.
I was kind of surprised by the flavor of the toothpaste. I think that I was expecting the cinnamon flavor to be much bolder -- kind of like a stick of Big-Red or a shot of Goldschläger, but it was much more mild. Initially I was a little disappointed because I was thinking of it in terms of a novelty item rather than a daily use item. For a daily use item, however, I think the mild flavor is a plus because it could get a little sickening to have a strong taste of cinnamon lingering throughout the day.
After brushing my teeth and mouth felt and looked just as clean as after my regular toothpaste (Crest 3D White Radiant Mint) but with less of a lingering toothpaste taste.
Bottom line: While I like the toothpaste, I didn't find it to be anything spectacular (perhaps because sampling toothpastes never has really been my thing.) Considering that I don't know anything regarding any actual oral health benefits (anti-cavity, anti-plaque, fluoride, etc.) and the increased price for a smaller tube, I probably would stick with my current toothpaste or perhaps keep a tube on supply in the case of boredom or perhaps getting a surprised reaction to a kiss.
I'm not sure this toothpaste is necessary. It's quite expensive and I'm not sure the ingredients with prevent cavities. It's tasty and I like the apothecary theme but I will stick with regular toothpaste.3
I got the cinnamon flavor, and while it wasnt terrible, it was like brushing my teeth with a paste that would normally be formed into Big Red chewing gum. Throw in sketchy list of ingredients and I think I will pass on this toothpaste moving forward.3
Cool packaging, but that's about where it ends. Weird texture and taste is super strong. Left my teeth feeling more slimy than clean.2
Love the taste, texture and design of this product. Mouth feels very clean and fresh. I just wish this brand didn't have SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) since that tends to irritate my mouth over time.4
Didn't care for the cinnamon flavor other wise was a good product.4
My brother is a dentist, read him the ingredients, he started laughing...this is not toothpaste, you will get cavities from this product, it will probably cause them itself, but for sure offers no protection against general eating habits..1
The toothpaste tastes great, but i did notice as others have commented there is no floride in the toothpaste.3
This sample went unused for a little while, but I finally tried it after I started using Opalescence whitening trays. The trays leave a gel on your teeth that you have to brush to get off, so I brush with this afterward since it's pretty gentle. (Whitening products temporarily weaken your tooth enamel to get below-surface stains out, so I didn't want to brush with my regular whitening toothpaste, which has abrasives in it to polish away surface stains.) I don't normally like cinnamon, but this taste is pretty good. I read some other reviews that it contains parabens, which are supposed to be a no-no, and that it doesn't contain fluoride—if that's the case, then I can't wholeheartedly endorse this product. I'll keep using it for post-whitening brushing though.3