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£2.48+ elsewhere by the looks of it.

Baking soda to gently clean away both surface and deep stains.
Fresh from the dentist feeling of clean.
Baking soda to neutralise odour-causing compounds for lasting fresh breath.
Micopolishers which are clinically proven to leave your teeth 3 shades whiter
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mamboboy2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago
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mamboboy#2
Shock horror... toothpaste doesn't immediately turn your teeth white!
Anyone serious about whitening their teeth need to order from outside our shores since the ban on the amounts of hydrogen peroxide that can be used. I wouldn't say any toothpaste on the market here can leave your teeth 3 shades whiter after a few uses....

You can get Crest 3d White Professional strips for about £8-9 from America and they have amounts of hydrogen peroxide that actually works.

I guess you can't win with toothpastes here though, baking soda doesn't work and fluoride is a poison. Better use Tip-ex.

Edited By: mamboboy on Oct 23, 2012 22:51: 4
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mamboboy
Shock horror... toothpaste doesn't immediately turn your teeth white!
Anyone serious about whitening their teeth need to order from outside our shores since the ban on the amounts of hydrogen peroxide that can be used. I wouldn't say any toothpaste on the market here can leave your teeth 3 shades whiter after a few uses....

You can get Crest 3d White Professional strips for about £8-9 from America and they have amounts of hydrogen peroxide that actually works.

I guess you can't win with toothpastes here though, baking soda doesn't work and fluoride is a poison. Better use Tip-ex.
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kalico#4
Interesting article from Daz1969.

I've found this to be a good toothpaste and buy it regularly. However, it's much cheaper elsewhere, usually 125g is 99p in the likes of Home Bargains etc.

Baking Soda is a good stain remover for many stains. Use it to clean tea stains from cutlery for example. I'm not sure how effective it is on teeth, but how effective is any so called "Whitening" toothpaste. For sure it leaves teeth feeling very clean and I like that.

I'd recommend the toothpaste, but not the price listed here.
mamboboy#5
It was 125ml if I remember rightly, I copy and pasted the title from MySupermarket and forgot to take the 75ml out! :) Have edited the title

Edited By: mamboboy on Oct 24, 2012 01:03
mwa#6
Arm n hammer mouth blistering toothpaste would be a better namr

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