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Coffee, tea, red wine—you name it, we love to sip it. Too bad our favorite drinks aren’t so kind on our teeth. That’s why we turn to this whitening toothpaste to safely and effectively brighten our pearly whites. It uses a proprietary mineral-based agent to lift away surface stains without causing sensitivity. Plus, it’s safe for all types of teeth — even false ones and veneers.
I'm not a big fan. I might be old fashioned but I don't like it when my toothpaste tastes like apple candy, it feels weirdly juvenile.2
I'm just not a fan of the texture. It seems to get watery and tasteless as I'm using it, which I'm not a fan of.2
i dont think this whitened my teeth any more than my drug store brand toothpastes, so it definitely wouldnt be worth the 21 dollars to me2
i have sensitive teeth and whiteners do more harm than good.2
I have no complaints about the toothpaste. It tasted fine and cleaned my teeth as well as any toothpaste I have used. I was just not convinced it was worth paying so much for. I will stick to my $1 tube toothpaste for now.2
It was ok to brush with but I did not notice anything special about it to make me switch from my normal brand to this.2
I didn't see a huge difference in my teeth. Also, the flavor is quite unpleasant2
I felt it didn't whiten as well as other toothpastes and the ingriedients weren't very different from drugstore toothpastes... so I'm not sure what the allure is supposed to be about in regards to celebrities loving this so much. I thought it was ok.2
I'm really trying but as it stands I just can't get around the taste. I will admit that I am a mint rather than a cinnamon girl, but that's not it. It tastes like the cinnamon is masking some other (unpleasant) background taste. I will give it a few more tries, but this one might be on the shelf.2
I don't know what it is, but the green apple flavor of this that came in my Birchbox makes me wheeze! I can barely breathe when I brush my teeth with it. Awful.2