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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 liked the toothpaste, but I just cant see spending $10.50 on just a regular toothpaste.5
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 loved how minty the toothpaste was and the packaging was very classy.4
DH and I both liked this toothpaste. Doesn't take much, not overpoweringly minty. Not gritty and doesn't get foamy in my mouth like some. Will buy once I run out of my current toothpaste.5
I prefer a different wintergreen flavor, but this toothpaste tastes pretty good. I also like that it leaves me feeling fresh for a long time after I brush. Not sure I want to pay more for a designer toothpaste though...3
Nice toothpaste. Does what a toothpaste is supposed to do. Nothing special though.3
Great taste - great texture. My mouth felt totally refreshed! I currently use a different brand, but I'd consider switching when I run out.4
Its okay. It leaves my teeth feeling really smooth but you need a whole bunch because it doesn't spread/lather around very well. Its not that strong in flavor either. So, I guess it works nicely for whitening but not for a minty fresh breathe.3
Comes in a lovely little green tube, but not worth the extra money. I'd rather use a major name brand company from the drugstore, than order this online. Didn't smell amazing, taste amazing, or even leave me feeling any cleaner then regular paste.2
I have seen the Marvis brand around over the years but do not care to use it.1