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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 think my teeth and gums are just too sensitive for this product!2
I guess I'm just one of those people who has to use minty toothpaste... the green apple flavor didn't seem right2
I am not really into whitening tooth paste. I like toothpaste that help strengthen my teeth2
This toothpaste left my mouth and lips feeling numb afterwards for about five minutes. It also had no lathering affect when I brushed with it. The only thing I didn't mind was the aftertaste of cinnamon.2
I can't really justify spending this much on toothpaste, and I wasn't really impressed with it anyway. I feel like there's only so much you can do to improve upon it, and there are a dozen other companies that provide this same product at a much more affordable price.2
I feel it gives me the same results as the drugstore brands (crest/Colgate) with whitening in their toothpaste but is a fraction of the price.2
I wanted to like the green apple favor, but unfortunately it had quite a bad after taste similar to many cheap green apple candies. A sweet candy-like toothpaste would be nice, but this one just didn't quite hit the spot.2
This toothpaste worked really well, my only complaint is the flavor. It literally made me gag.2
I have tried whitening toothpaste before that was really good that I liked but this was not one of them. I didnt like the result I got and the paste was chalky the taste wasnt too bad but I defintely dont think its worth the money.2
I prefer makeup and skincare samples - I have very little interest in toothpast. But as far as toothpastes go, this one seemed OK?2