Aquafresh Iso-active Foaming Gel Reviews
Product Type: Aquafresh Oral Care
Description:Brand: Aquafresh / Type: Toothpaste / Subcategory: Gel / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Refreshes,
Newest Review: ... worth checking the deals currently on. Packaging It comes in the distinctive Aquafresh branded wrapper, the container ... more
Customer Aquafresh Iso-active Foaming Gel Reviews (31)
by - written on 19/02/08 (Very useful, 1242 readings)
About 4 years ago, I found myself sitting in a meeting room at an Italian company who were 'big in soap' and were thinking about branching out into toothpaste. They wanted to put toothpaste into a soap pump bottle. My technical colleague and I spent the best part of an hour explaining why it was 'very interesting' (that's international English for 'a dumb idea but we're too polite to say so') but not technically feasible because the paste would dry out in the nozzle and the pipe and would block it really quickly. If that same company had been in shaving foam and had wanted to put toothpaste in a foam canister, the explanation would have been the same - toothpaste comes .. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/13 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Ive used Aquafresh for a majority of my life, my parents used it when I lived at home and so I in turn carried this on when I moved out. The Aquafresh range is very good, I used most of the toothpastes, some of the brushes and the mouth wash and never been disappointed, until I got this... Price/Availability The Aquafresh range is think is one of the more affordable oral care ranges. A tube can be as little as 90p and it does give you a really good clean when used. I saw this advertised on the TV and thought Id give it a go, when I went into Boots I saw it was nearly £4, that for me is a lot to spend on toothpaste so I left it and got the usual 90p ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
After being intrigued by the advert for this for sometime I eventually decided I had to try it after a trip to the dentist. The advert shows the inside of a virtual mouth being brushed with this stuff and the paste turning into a thick foam that coats all around the teeth. I was a bit skeptical, but since I found it was £3 for a small can of it I thought it had to work as advertised. I don't know whether they produce a 'normal' Isoactive or not, but I bought the Whitening version as that was the only one available in Morrisons. Their range of toothpastes is quite small, but they did stock this one so it is probably easy to find in any of the big ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/11 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I bought this as I fancied a change from the normal toothpastes in tubes and pumps. Thi particular toothpaste comes in an aerosol can which has a pump dispenser at the top and contains 100ml of toothpaste. It cost me £2.50 in Tesco so it is a little more expensive than normal toothpastes. Aquafresh state that this toothpaste gives triple protection for healthy gums, strong teeth and fresh breath and it removes 25% more bacteria than an ordinary toothpaste. Feel the iso-active gel transforming into an active foam, penetrating into hard to reach places to give you a whole mouth clean. You use this in the same way as other toothpastes simply dispense ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Having recently seen advertisements for Aquafresh Iso-active coupled with the fact that it actually caught my eye whilst shopping resulted in me bringing a can of it home. Aquafresh Iso-active stands apart from most of the other brands that surrond it in the oral healthcare range as it is not a box with a tube inside as with most toothpastes but a canister similar to a deoderant can. The packaging is attractive enough with the blue and white sharp clean background with the ususal Aquafresh branding on the front of the can with a white lid. This can of toothpaste set me back £2.35 which I consider to be quite expensive as other normal toothpastes are usually ... Read the complete review
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