Eucryl Extreme Toothpowder Reviews
Product Type: Eucryl Oral Care
Newest Review: ... much like when you have just had them polished at the dentists. I have continued to use Eucryl since then and am still very ... more
Customer Eucryl Extreme Toothpowder Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 555 readings)
A few months ago I was having a bit of a worry about my teeth, I'm not sure why but I felt like I needed to give them a real good cleaning, much more than normal, I felt like they could do with a real thorough scrubbing to get them really clean and sparkling. Of course you shouldn't scrub hard with your tooth brush or you run the risk of damaging your gums, and most tooth pastes aren't at all abrasive either. I really felt like they weren't getting my teeth clean. Then I remembered a product I used to use from time to time back whenI was a child. It was a toothpowder called Eucryl. I wasn't sure if it was still in production so I googled the name and found that it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/08 (Very useful, 589 readings)
Eucryl is a powerful stain remover for teeth available in Original, Freshmint and Extreme. It is widely available in most supermarkets and retails for around £1.20 although many stores such as Wilkinson sell it for much cheaper. The product comes in a cardboard box which holds a small round white plactic tub with a screw on lid. Each tub contains 50g powder. The powder is green and is applied by wetting your tootbrush, shaking off the drips and dabbing it into the powder, and brushing as normal. At first the taste takes a little getting used to. It has a mild minty taste and the powder feels very gritty in your mouth and dry against your ... Read the complete review
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