Colgate Sensitive Whitening Reviews
Product Type: Colgate Oral Care
Description:Brand: Colgate / Type: Whitening Product / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... because I floss as well as brush my teeth for a couple of minutes each time I brush my teeth. It is a minty taste, it is a ... more
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Customer Colgate Sensitive Whitening Reviews (5)
by - written on 11/05/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
The last time I went to the dentist I was given a few samples to take home and try, I have a private dentist and basically they seem to think if they give us samples we'll think we're getting a bargain for the vast sums they charge us, however not one to turn down a freebie I accepted the samples and went on my much poorer merry way. One of the samples they gave me was a tube of this Colgate Sensitive Whitening toothpaste. I have sensitive teeth and find that not all sensitve pastes are created equal so lots of them don't control my sensitivity so for the last few years I've stuck to a couple of brands that I know do the job. Colgate Sensitive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/12 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I picked this toothpaste up on offer and only really bought it because it was on offer and thought although I don't have a huge problem with sensitive gums etc, I do sometimes use this kind of paste in between a normal paste when I eat something hot or cold and my teeth feel quite sensitive as they have a little of late. The tube is 75ml and cost me just £1.39 from Tesco's like I said on offer. I do think it is a little expensive for the normal price of double what I paid for it. It is a fluoride toothpaste which is specially formulated for sensitive skin and teeth whitening. It helps protect cavities and fights plaque. I don't have a build up of plaque ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
When it comes to toothpastes, I am not really overly fussy as to what I use nor am Ioyal to any one brand. I usually purchase whatever is cheapest at the time or what is on the best offer, recently that happened to be Colgate's sensitive whitening toothpaste which was on a half price offer at Tesco (and still is until 9/4/2012). This meant that it cost me £1.39 rather than the usual price of £2.79, which I personally find a little expensive for a 75ml tube of toothpaste. I have used Colgate toothpastes before and this one seemed pretty similar to the others I havve used - certainly the packaging is the same and the sqeezy tube emblazoned with the red Colgate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/10, updated on 28/09/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I wasn't too impressed by this toothpaste. I bought it on a Buy One Get One Free offer at Tesco one time to try it out when I ran out of toothpaste. That night, when I went to brush my teeth I plopped a pea sized amount on my toothbrush and began the task in hand of brushing my teeth. It was like brushing my gnashers with mint flavoured sand as the toothpaste was very grainy in it's texture. It then foamed up very quickly and unpleasantly in my mouth. It left a very chalky after taste and I ended up having to brush my teeth again with water just to get rid of the excess chalky-ness. Whitening? I didn't notice the difference myself and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/11 (Useful, 4 readings)
Colgate is my favourite brand of toothpaste. I have used it for over 30 years and have always been pleased with the results. I do have to say that the Colgate Sensitive Whitening toothpaste is fantastic. It took a couple of days of brushing before I could notice a difference - but when I did, it was obvious. I have always been complimented about the colour of my teeth and now my smile seems to gain more attention than normal now that my teeth are a few shades whiter. I only use a pea sized amount on the end of my electric toothbrush, brush for two minutes and then rinse. The taste is very pleasant as is the smell. I have also noticed that my teeth are ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Colgate Sensitive Whitening
Colgate Plax Sensitive - Very effective, even overnight. Some may find the taste a little sweet.
Colgate Oxygen Toothpaste - Fresh, Cool, Bubbly, Somewhat Refreshing Nothing Special, Slightly Expensive
Colgate Deep Clean Whitening with Baking Soda - Worked well at cleaning teeth. Didn't live up to its claims!
Colgate Advanced Whitening Toothpaste With Micro Cleansing Crystals - leaves teeth feeling extra clean, and mouth stays fresh for ages foams a lot, doesn't suit everyone .
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