Boots Smile Totalcare Toothpaste Reviews
Product Type: Boots Oral Care
Description:Manufacturer: Boots / Type: Oral Care
Newest Review: ... or menthol, which I personally don't like, but it is freshening enough that I feel I have definitely banished any morning ... more
Customer Boots Smile Totalcare Toothpaste Reviews (7)
by - written on 21/09/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Having healthy teeth is just as important as having a healthy body for me, and I like to brush my teeth after every time I have eaten as I once had such an awful experience at the dentist, it made me scared and so I have tried to make sure that my teeth do not have to go through all the suffering again. I bought this tooth paste from Boots, as I had some vouchers to use, it comes in a red cardboard box and the tube of paste is a good size of 100ml for £1.39 recently, it is a fresh mint fluoride paste, and it is a very nice paste, it feels nice and fresh in the mouth while brushing onto the teeth with the brush, it does not burn or sting my gums, as I find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I bought the Boots Smile Totalcare Toothpaste (100ml) for the bargain price of £1 not too long ago. I got it because it matches my current mouthwash. How sad! The toothpaste comes in distinctive red and white packaging (a bonus if you're a Sunderland supporter like me!) and contains instructions which I won't repeat here - I'm sure you all know how to brush your teeth! The toothpaste comes in Freshmint flavour and is supposed to fight decay, plaque and tartar as well as freshen breath. I always find it rather amusing how makers of toothpaste seem to compare their products to small armies defending fortress-like teeth from evil little warriors in the form of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I bought a small, travel size tube of Boots 'Smile' toothpaste to take on holiday with me recently, it cost me the bargain price of 59p for a small 20ml tube which was perfect for taking away. I had not used Boots own range of toothpaste products before but at that price I figured that it would do the job just fine while we were away, in fact I actually preferred the taste to my usual toothpaste and have now switched to Smile as our normal brand at home. The paste is entirely white and they do the full range of variations, much the same as any other toothpaste brand, whitening, total protection and the like, personally I tend to buy their sensitive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/02/10 (Very useful, 175 readings)
When it comes to toothpaste we have always been a Colgate family, usually Colgate Total. However, looking along the shelves in Boots a few weeks ago I noticed Boots' own brand Smile Totalcare toothpaste. At £1 against Colgate's £1.99 for 100ml tube I decided to try it. The toothpaste tube comes inside a cardboard box which is red with bright yellow writing. The tube itself is plastic like other brands with a flip top lid. It can also be bought in a pump action tube which comes out a little more expensive. I have tried other own brand toothpastes and found them either too minty, too chalky or too sweet. I was therefore pleasantly surprised to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I noticed the smile range at Boots recently due to the fact that the lovely advantage card machine delivered a 50 points (worth 50p) voucher to me. **My choice*** I went to look at the range and found the cheapest toothpaste was 59p so with the voucher it would have been 9p! But spendthrift that I am I opted for the sensitive toothpaste in the range (pink box) at 99p for a 50ml tube (and remember the voucher)! **New brand for me** I'm usually loyal to Colgate, I don't take kindly to new toothpastes as they all taste weird to me, but I really think Boots have got it right with this one. The minty taste is not over powering and the ... Read the complete review
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