Corsodyl Daily Gum & Tooth Paste Reviews
Product Type: Corsodyl Oral Care
Description:Brand: Corsodyl / Type: Toothpaste / Subcategory: Gel / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... It's far more grainy than normal regular toothpaste. I figured if its horrid it must be good for you. I was experiencing ... more
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Corsodyl Daily Gum & Tooth Paste 75ml
Corsodyl Daily Gum & Tooth Paste 75ml
Last Update 11.12.2013 08:31
Customer Corsodyl Daily Gum & Tooth Paste Reviews (12)
by - written on 07/05/13 (Very useful, 180 readings)
I was advised to try Corsodyl tooth & gum paste by my hygienist, after years of struggling with my teeth & gums health. I was struggling with quite bad bleeding gums and things hadn't improved despite all the extra thorough cleaning, investing in electric toothbrush etc as advised by the hygienist. On one of my visits, she told me about this paste and gave me a tiny free sample of it. She warned me that it was an "acquired taste", but if I could stick with it it would be beneficial. Flavour She was not wrong about the acquired taste! The first time I used it, it really freaked me out. Your taste buds just *expect* a minty flavour when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/12 (Very useful, 251 readings)
When you are born you take pot-luck about which genes you inherit from your parents. If your parents have a less than optimum gene or set of genes for a particular characteristic then you generally have a one-in-four chance of avoiding it completely and a three out of four chance of not being affected by it, just like your parents. That's for recessive genes; for dominant genes, your chances are not good if you only get one copy, so you're back to the one-in-four chance again. Not good odds and, in my case, it was the dental genes I inherited from my mother that have given me problems my entire life. She finally gave up on her teeth when she was 55 and had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/12, updated on 17/06/12 (Very useful, 153 readings)
I picked up corsodyl daily because I have a slight bleeding gum issue and didn't find that any other toothpaste I tried helped with that. Corsodyl however, is designed to clean your teeth and nurture your gums. This product is expensive at £4.95 for a tube of 75ml toothpaste but I think that's a small price to pay to keep your teeth. The packaging is an attractive green and white. The toothpaste states it will nurture gums, fortify your teeth, reduce plaque, protect against cavities has antibacterial action and is clinically proven to work. It contains 6 plant extracts therefore, has a pretty leaf design on the front of the tube. The plant ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/12 (Very useful, 132 readings)
For anyone who suffers with any kind of gum trouble, whether gum inflammation, bleeding gums or more seriously, gum disease, Corsodyl Daily Gum and Tooth Paste is a life saver - or should that be a tooth saver. I myself suffer from gum inflammation and was warned by the dentist I would need to address this by flossing and all round better dental hygiene but I decided to look to see if there was a toothpaste which would also help target the problem. Enter Corsodyl Daily Gum and Tooth Paste. As the title suggests it is more than just a tooth paste, proving just as effective at targeting gum health as preventing tooth cavities and decay. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/12, updated on 09/02/12 (Very useful, 245 readings)
This may sound slightly strange but I'm actually obsessed with oral health and there is a good chance that one of you Dooyoo'ers may just spot me in the 'Teeth cleaning isle' of a supermarket at some point in your life. I'm constantly on the search of products to improve oral health and teeth condition after having my first filling a few years back and I thought.... I'm never letting that happen again! This is where the Corsodyl Daily tooth and gum paste came into my life. In Asda last year I spotted this GlaxoSmithKline Corsodyl Daily toothpaste, I always considered 'Corsodyl' as a gum disease treatment and I had overlooked this toothpaste for quite some time ... Read the complete review
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