Boots Smile Kids Toothpaste Ages 2 - 6 Reviews
Product Type: Boots baby products
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Toothpaste
Newest Review: ... branded versions. Since I have come back from holiday I have obviously bought her new toothbrushes and paste and I've decided ... more
Customer Boots Smile Kids Toothpaste Ages 2 - 6 Reviews (5)
by - written on 14/02/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have found that mosts childrens toothpastes seem to be aged 0-3 and 3-6 and as I have children aged 2 and 5 I decided to give this a try as it is for ages 2-6 which includes both my girls. I bought the toothpaste from Boots when I was in picking up a prescription and it cost me £1 for a tube of 50mls of product which is about average price for this quantity and on par with the likes of Asda and Tescos own brands. The toothpaste comes in a mainly white tube with a flip top lid which makes it easy for young children to open and close it therefore encouraging them to be independant although my girls know they are not allowed to touch it unless I am ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
When my daughter was about 2-3 months old I went to a mother and baby course for 6 weeks and one of the weeks a dentist came to visit and gave us a talk about oral care. Now I had some misleading information as he said we should use adult toothpaste on our children as kiddy toothpaste doesn't have enough fluoride. Now carrying this information with me in my head I have been using adult toothpaste with my little one but only the size of a pea. However, a few months ago I took my 3 year old to the dentist and she gave me the complete opposite information! So being completely worried and wanting to do the best for my daughter as soon as we left the appointment I ran to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/13 (Very useful, 59 readings)
I won't bore you with the fact my daughter now also has an electric toothbrush but a barbie one lol instead I will review the toothpaste. This is Boots own make Smile range toothpaste and I've been buying it on and off since my son was a tot and needed to do his teeth, I only say on and off as if I needed toothpaste and I was in Tesco etc I'd buy one there so I am not totally loyal to this particular one however it is one of a few I'd buy over others. This toothpaste is just £1.00 for 50ml and comes in 0-2 years, 2-6 years and 6 years plus. I'm personally not sure of the age reasons on them but at a guess only I'd say it is to do with the mildness of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/13, updated on 06/02/13 (Very useful, 53 readings)
My daughter has had quite a rocky road in regards to brushing her teeth. Up until recently it was a huge battle to get her teeth clean but now it's hard to stop her doing it! Her toothpaste of choice at the moment is this Boots smiles children's toothpaste for ages 2-6 years. The toothpaste costs £1 for a 50ml tube. The tube is quite typical of children's toothpastes being in an upside down tube that sits on top of the lid. The front of the tube features a cartoon like picture of a dolphin in bright colours, there is no dominant pink or blue colours so if you are one of those parents that worry kids might not use it down to being one or the other you don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Late last year I was in the airport ready to jet off to Lanzarote with my family when I realised that I had forgotten to pack some toothpaste for my toddler. I had remembered to pack her brush so I just needed some toothpaste, not knowing if I'd be able to get it in Lanzarote (or at least, be able to understand the packaging!) I popped into Boots and paid £1.09 for a tube of their own brand Boots Smile Kids Toothpaste. It's a nice little tube with a smiling dolphin on the front and it's in spearmint flavour. It has a smaller nozzle so it's easy to squeeze out the toothpaste onto a smaller brush, and it's a plain white colour. It doesn't smell as minty as adult ... Read the complete review
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