Colgate Sensitive Enamel Protect Toothpaste Reviews
Product Type: Colgate Oral Care
Description:Brand: Colgate / Toothpaste. / Type: Toothpaste / Subcategory: Gel / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What ... more
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Customer Colgate Sensitive Enamel Protect Toothpaste Reviews (9)
by - written on 24/04/13 (Very useful, 50 readings)
After a checkup the dentist suggested I switched to an enamel protection toothpaste. Since my husband loves Colgate, I simply started using the same type as him. In terms of packaging it is available in various sizes, from travel tubes to much larger family tubes. It is usually better value for money to buy the largest tube you are sure you can use - we tended to get the 175ml. On the shelf it is boxed in a cardboard box displaying the red and white Colgate logo, and information about the toothpaste. This sleeve is not sealed, probably only exists for stacking and can be disposed of once you get home. Inside, the contents are in a plastic tube with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I have recently started to become very concerned about acid erosion (thank you, Sensodyne adverts!), and my teeth have become a little bit sensitive to cold and sweet things. I decided it was time for a new toothpaste that would have some extra benefits, so I could carry on eating fruit and drinking wine without constantly worrying, and have the occasional bit of chocolate without being in pain. First I decided to try Sensodyne, and was not at all happy with it. Before this, I had always used different variants of Colgate, and so I decided instead to try Colgate Sensitive Enamel protect. I think that I will now be using this toothpaste for a long time to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
There seems to be a lot of hype at the moment about toothpastes which protect enamel from acid erosion etc etc, and having slightly sensitive teeth myself, I therefore decided to invest in Colgate Sensitive Enamel Protect. I quite often shy away from sensitive toothpastes as in the past they always seemed to have a dreadful dreadful flavour to them. However, I was pleasantly surprised with Colgate Sensitive Enamel Protect as it has a lovely fresh spearmint flavour, and not the sweet sickly spearmint that you would associate with softmints! In fact, I would probably continue using this toothpaste based on flavour alone. Colgate Sensitive Enamel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/09, updated on 08/08/09 (Very useful, 220 readings)
When it comes to the subject of toothpaste in my house it's a great source of argument. Me and me Mother are both Mcleans fans but my Step-dad will only use Colgate and that is that as far as he's concerned! We only need one tube of toothpaste at any one time in the bathroom so me Step-dad (cos he has the biggest gob) always wins and we all end up using Colgate! I'm not keen on the brand full stop but every-time I'm out shopping I forget to get any so I do end up having to like it and lump it more often than not! The Packaging: Mainly white oblong box with patches of red and light blue colour on it. On the front and back of the box I'm told it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/09 (Very useful, 289 readings)
I received a sample 19ml tube of this toothpaste in the post last week. I got it free by requesting it from the Colgate web site. The offer has now ended. Colgate state that the toothpaste is a "gentle formula specially formulated for sensitive teeth and enamel protection" They also advise that it is not for use by children under seven years of age. It says on the tube that it contains Sodium Fluoride and Bevat: Natriumfluoride. I have done a little Google research on Bevat: Natriumfluoride. Bevat appears to mean contains and I have found some articles on the net stating that Natriumfluoride is sometimes used in ... Read the complete review
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