Colgate Blue Minty Gel Toothpaste Reviews
Product Type: Colgate Oral Care
Description:Brand: Colgate / Type: Toothpaste / Subcategory: Gel / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... minty blue nice and fresh. This makes me smile. ~~~ Taste, smell, consistency ~~~ Colgate Blue Minty Gel tastes quite sweet ... more
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Colgate Blue Minty Gel Toothpaste
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Customer Colgate Blue Minty Gel Toothpaste Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/12/11 (Very useful, 78 readings)
When it comes to buying toothpaste, my own preference to use a gel-based product, rather than a plain white paste, mainly because I find a gel toothpaste is slightly 'lighter' to use and I find that they often don't leave behind a slightly 'chalk-like' residue in my mouth. You see, I have several health problems, one of which can cause me to feel very nauseous at times which means I can vomit very easily. I find that plain white, more 'basic' toothpaste products are often quite thick and they can tend to foam up quite a lot in my mouth which can result in me gagging whilst I am trying to clean my teeth. If I gag more than twice, it results in me vomiting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/12 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I like the taste of Colgate...there, I've said it! I usually go for a gel toothpaste because they are smoother, fresher and less chalky feeling on my teeth. ~~~ Packaging ~~~ The toothpaste comes in a box which is sealed. Just the typical (and comforting) Colgate logo emblazoned on the front with the Blue Minty Gel part off to the side and a picture of a big which, healthy tooth - the kind you will have if you use this toothpaste dontcha know? Inside the box is the tube which is basically just the same look as the box. Now I don't know about you, but I am a bottom up toothpaste squeezer. Other members of this household are, I'm sad ... Read the complete review
by popmusicfan - written on 10/02/12
I paid just £1 for this toothpaste from a market stall. The toothpaste itself is very creamy and thick in consistency. This makes it easy and pleasant to brush with. I use this with both my manual toothbrush and my electric toothbrush. The toothpaste itself is very gentle. I suffered from gum disease last year and when my gums eventually healed I used this. It's not harsh on the teeth at all - in fact it is very gentle and suitable for sensitive teeth and/ or gums. It can also be used by children aged seven years and over. The toothpaste tastes lovely as it has a real minty taste that isn't too strong in flavour - it doesn't make your eyes water or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/12 (Somewhat useful, 9 readings)
Having sensitive teeth, and TMJ problems , i take my oral health very seriously. I have tried a variety of brands, from Oral B to Aquafresh and i always find Colgates toothpastes the best for oral health, and for protection of sensitive teeth. Although this specific tooth paste isnt for sensitive teeth primarily, i found it worked very well, it did not have the strong minty taste that can make you teeth feel horrible, but it was a smooth gel that glided across the teeth - pain free. It foams very well and i think it lasts a long time considering others on the market, for a higher price. The final pro point to make about this tooth paste is its price, which you can pick .. Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/12 (Somewhat useful, 12 readings)
I absolutely love this toothpaste. it really does work, i found i have better breath and most definately whitter teath after using this toothpaste. its minty but not overpowering and leaves that fresh feeling still in your mouth. i always buy this toothpaste fr both me and my partneer and will continue to use it. most definately my most favourite and one of my best bought items. i have not had any problems at all using this toothpaste and i feel it has improved my teeths health and cleanlineness. Really is worth buying. I definately would say colgate is the best toothpaste, and it has been around for years so it shows its reliability. I believe most dentist and health ... Read the complete review
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