Colgate MaxWhite with White Micro Crystals Reviews
Product Type: Colgate Oral Care
Description:Brand: Colgate / Type: Whitening Product / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
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Customer Colgate MaxWhite with White Micro Crystals Reviews (24)
by - written on 20/10/11, updated on 02/04/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
The unending quest for the perfect white smile drove me to purchase a tube of Colgate Max White. This toothpaste was on a promotional offer in my local Superdrug, and being a sucker for anything that claims to whiten teeth and fight cavities at the same time I decided to give it a go. The Packaging ~ As with all Colgate toothpaste products, this tube was packaged inside a standard cardboard box with the red and white Colgate logo, however it differed from other toothpastes by displaying a sparkly silver picture to illustrate the 'max white' results. The box is illustrated with a lot of test which promotes the special crystals and the effect that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/11, updated on 06/08/11 (Very useful, 208 readings)
Please note this review is for the Colgate Max White "One", which is in a box different to the one pictured. White teeth seem to be everywhere at the minute, just look at Simon Cowell! In my own quest for whiter teeth, I had looked at my options. Professional teeth whitening at £400 seemed a TAD extreme, especially given my teeth aren't that bad, well not too bad for a tea addict. I had since tried Pearl Drops whitening tooth polish, but I began to notice increased sensitivity in my front teeth after use, so decided to ditch it. Although the Beverly Hills Formula range had caught my eye (claims to visibly whiten teeth in 1 minute), I was somewhat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I find it quite difficult to get very excited about toothpaste but I have kept the box and the now almost completely empty tube of "Max White" toothpaste because I have really enjoyed using it! I saw it on special offer in Morrisons about a month ago around the 2.00pound price and was seduced by silver sparkly box (how gullible am I?) proclaiming a new dimension of whiteness for "Max White " teeth! and the fact that it was infused with hundreds of white micro-crystals. Well it sounded about as exciting as toothpaste gets so I thought we would give it a go. The box is the traditional red and white colgate design containing 100ml but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have used a form of Colgate Whitening for about the past four years. I am the sort of person who loves brushing my teeth, don't ask why, I just do! I always like to look my best so having white teeth is essential for me. I don't have the money to go somewhere to have my teeth whitened so this is where I made the decision to start using this toothpaste. I honestly think it does what it is supposed to do, hence the fact I am still using it four years later. The taste isn't too minty, which for me is a massive plus because I am not a huge fan of mint. It does taste of mint though just as other toothpastes do! Because it isn't too strong the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
We recently purchased a tube of this toothpaste to, well, clean our teeth with. You can currently purchase it in Asda for £1.80 for a 100ml tube, or 2 for £3. I don't know how long that offer will last, but that is how we purchased it a couple of months back now. The tube is a standard toothpaste tube and comes in a standard toothpaste box. It's all red and white with the name Colgate Max White written on it. The first time I used this, I was not sure what to expect. I was especially unsure when I put 'squirted' some paste onto my toothbrush and it came out almost clear, with little white bits in it. This was a shock on 2 levels. Firstly, I ... Read the complete review
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