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Kingfisher 100ml Mint Fluoride Free Toothpaste - 3 Pack £3.15 (Add-on item) @ Amazon

£3.15 @ Amazon
BARGAIN! just £1.05 per tube! be quick if your after some! understand this deal will not be for everyone... - No artificial flavourings colourings preservatives - No whiteners and sweeteners - F…
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BARGAIN! just £1.05 per tube! be quick if your after some! understand this deal will not be for everyone...

- No artificial flavourings colourings preservatives
- No whiteners and sweeteners
- Fluoride-free
- No animal products
- Suitable for vegans
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krato
This is great toothpaste, I used to use the Jason ones but this is much cheaper. Used it for years now and have perfect teeth. Stop using fluoride and other chemicals as an excuse, if you don't want cavities and tartar cut down on your sugar intake or brush your teeth every time you eat/drink something acidic or sugary to wash it away, doesn't matter what you brush them with as long as you do it. Simple as that, and its worked for me.

Thanks op, shall take the chance on ordering, if it turns out to be one tube I'm sure amazon will refund.

The worst time to brush your teeth is after having something sugary or acidic as that's when the enamel is at its softest. Better off chewing some sugar free gum.
5 Likes
I love how toothpaste threads pan out on HUKD.

Scenario one: Toothpaste containing fluoride is posted. Comments are full of people saying avoid that fluoride 'poison'.

Scenario two: Fluoride-free toothpaste is posted. Comments are full of people saying you need fluoride because it's essential to your teeth.

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#2
what's the advantage of this over standard tooth pastes
4 Likes #3
Fluoride is essential for teeth so I dont get what is the "benefit" of this
#4
be careful with this, I ordered this before and it was only 1 tube, Amazon said there had been a mistake with the way it was written on the page and I got nothing for it
3 Likes #5
check the description, it says only one tube will come in the box, also flouride is not an essential for tooth health nor actual health, take some time to research it and it's effects on health
1 Like #6
Well that's a novelty. A 3-pack of something that contains one item. oO
#7
MrsVybez
check the description, it says only one tube will come in the box, also flouride is not an essential for tooth health nor actual health, take some time to research it and it's effects on health

The product description is of a single item in the 3 pack. Check the shipping weight, it's nearly half a kg. This is hot, thanks op.

Edited By: squizzle on Dec 08, 2014 01:44
#8
squizzle
MrsVybez
check the description, it says only one tube will come in the box, also flouride is not an essential for tooth health nor actual health, take some time to research it and it's effects on health

The product description is of a single item in the 3 pack. Check the shipping weight, it's nearly half a kg. This is hot, thanks op.


so is it 3 toothpaste tubes or 1? I really need to know please
#9
Saro
squizzle
MrsVybez
check the description, it says only one tube will come in the box, also flouride is not an essential for tooth health nor actual health, take some time to research it and it's effects on health

The product description is of a single item in the 3 pack. Check the shipping weight, it's nearly half a kg. This is hot, thanks op.


so is it 3 toothpaste tubes or 1? I really need to know please


Just spoke to Carla a customer services advisor on my new kindle fire hdx (on the creepy but effective face to face camera web chat). She assured me it's 3 toothpaste tubes not 1. I hope that helps
4 Likes #10
Do NOT give this to children unless you want them to have a mouthful of cavities and problems with their teeth for the rest of their lives.
4 Likes #11
This is great toothpaste, I used to use the Jason ones but this is much cheaper. Used it for years now and have perfect teeth. Stop using fluoride and other chemicals as an excuse, if you don't want cavities and tartar cut down on your sugar intake or brush your teeth every time you eat/drink something acidic or sugary to wash it away, doesn't matter what you brush them with as long as you do it. Simple as that, and its worked for me.

Thanks op, shall take the chance on ordering, if it turns out to be one tube I'm sure amazon will refund.
#12
Why would you not use fluoride toothpaste? - much cheaper
#13
Thanks OP
#14
MrsVybez
check the description, it says only one tube will come in the box, also flouride is not an essential for tooth health nor actual health, take some time to research it and it's effects on health
http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/oral-care/products/fluoride-free-toothpaste.htm
2 Likes #15
Even though this is Fluoride free, this still contains SLS (Sodium Laurel Sulphate). If you really want a good toothpaste without the chemicals try the fluoride free, SLS free from Now foods.
1 Like #16
varunadas
Even though this is Fluoride free, this still contains SLS (Sodium Laurel Sulphate). If you really want a good toothpaste without the chemicals try the fluoride free, SLS free from Now foods.

Coconut oil and baking soda home made toothpaste also good, as well as turmeric to whiten teeth (strange i know but works)
5 Likes #17
I love how toothpaste threads pan out on HUKD.

Scenario one: Toothpaste containing fluoride is posted. Comments are full of people saying avoid that fluoride 'poison'.

Scenario two: Fluoride-free toothpaste is posted. Comments are full of people saying you need fluoride because it's essential to your teeth.
6 Likes #18
krato
This is great toothpaste, I used to use the Jason ones but this is much cheaper. Used it for years now and have perfect teeth. Stop using fluoride and other chemicals as an excuse, if you don't want cavities and tartar cut down on your sugar intake or brush your teeth every time you eat/drink something acidic or sugary to wash it away, doesn't matter what you brush them with as long as you do it. Simple as that, and its worked for me.

Thanks op, shall take the chance on ordering, if it turns out to be one tube I'm sure amazon will refund.

The worst time to brush your teeth is after having something sugary or acidic as that's when the enamel is at its softest. Better off chewing some sugar free gum.
4 Likes #19
HotUKDentists
3 Likes #20
Nice post for animal free toothpaste which a lot of people struggle to find. Personally as a chemist I'm not really up for having fluoride in everything O_o so it's nice to have the choice instead of blindly following people who've never thought about their toothpaste before ;)
1 Like #21
Everyones knows fluoride is a mind control subtance, put in our water by the illuminati, funded by the bilderberg group.... so they can steal our precious bodily fluids.
#22
DrSteveMcD
krato
This is great toothpaste, I used to use the Jason ones but this is much cheaper. Used it for years now and have perfect teeth. Stop using fluoride and other chemicals as an excuse, if you don't want cavities and tartar cut down on your sugar intake or brush your teeth every time you eat/drink something acidic or sugary to wash it away, doesn't matter what you brush them with as long as you do it. Simple as that, and its worked for me.

Thanks op, shall take the chance on ordering, if it turns out to be one tube I'm sure amazon will refund.

The worst time to brush your teeth is after having something sugary or acidic as that's when the enamel is at its softest. Better off chewing some sugar free gum.

Sorry I didn't mean it to sound like that, I just wrote it fast due to the "Don't use this unless you want to have cavities" comments. Though I agree, my dentist told me that a few years ago, If I brush after eating fruit or something really sugary/acidic I'll usually do it at least 30minutes afterwards or whenever I pass the bathroom (out of laziness), but most of the time I'll just brush a minimum of twice a day, or more if I feel the need. The main thing I was trying to get at is, cut down on processed sugary/acidic foods and drinks, and you won't need to rely on fluoride, then you can use any (natural or not) toothpaste you like.
2 Likes #23
4puddibf
Do NOT give this to children unless you want them to have a mouthful of cavities and problems with their teeth for the rest of their lives.

Wow, you performed a blind control study with your own children?!
#24
Cheers, ordered some
#25
Just to comment on the flavours, I find the mint one the most normal tasting, the fennel/aloe one is quite aniseed-y so I'm guessing not everyone would like it, and the baking soda one is minty but very salty, so again possibly not great for some. I personally find them all fine, and tend to alternate every few days as to not get bored, they're useable once opened for up to 12 month and don't have a best before on them. They also have a list of ingredients on the box with a note to say where that ingredient is from and what it's used for, if that's something you like to know.

Edited By: krato on Dec 10, 2014 16:21
1 Like #26
good buy but stil contains SLS, but better than rubbish like colgate etc.
#27
Nice Deal!

Flouride is a toxic waste product from mining. Hitler used it in the the concentration camps to make the prisoners more compliant and dosile. Our governments use it for pretty much the same reasons. They like us to Obey, Watch mindless tevevision work and consume. We are quite literally all slaves to the corporations but not many of us see through the veil. Do some reserch on Flouride and you'll soon realise that it isn't what we're led to beileve. In fact, most things aren't.

GMO Foods cause cancer
Cannabis Oil cures cancer
US Government NEEDS perpetual war in order to keep it's economy going and constantly makes up excuses to go to war.

Edited By: stebliss on Dec 10, 2014 16:51
1 Like #28
4puddibf
Do NOT give this to children unless you want them to have a mouthful of cavities and problems with their teeth for the rest of their lives.
Instead give them a nice dose of neurotoxicity and ensure they suffer problems operating their own brain for the rest of their lives . Do yourself a favour and do some research. “Fluoride seems to fit in with lead, mercury, and other poisons that cause chemical brain drain,”
http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/features/fluoride-childrens-health-grandjean-choi/
banned 1 Like #29
Heat for the good discussion!

I agree should avoid Fluoride
#30
LUSH toothy tabs are also fluoride free , don't test on animals or use any ingredients tested on animals. For anyone who wants to try different fluoride free teeth cleaning products :D
#31
Interesting you learn something new everyday. Thanks heat added. Item purchased too.
1 Like #32
mcsoot
good buy but stil contains SLS, but better than rubbish like colgate etc.

Actually, it doesn't they stopped putting in sodium lauryl sulfate nearly 2 years ago but I guess Amazon don't have an updated description, instead of SLS it now contains sodium lauroyl sarcosinate (which does make the initials SLS but isn't sodium lauryl sulfate).

Main reason I use Kingfisher toothpastes is because I can't stand the amount of mint that everyone else puts in theirs to make it "minty fresh" so use their fennel stuff.
#33
Amazon states contains SLS, but if you check Kingfisher site you'll see this is a mistake................
#34
I agree. People should read up on why fluoride is bad rather than stupid brain numbing comments. I gave up fluoride years ago, have perfect teeth, feel alot healthier. Read the scientific factual reasons why people don't use fluoride. You can tell the people with the mindless comments are fluoride users !!
#35
I use this. In the ingredients of the tube in front of me it lists 'sodium lauroyl sarcosinate' which comes from palm oil.

Hot deal by the way. Think I paid about £3 from H&B
3 Likes #36
No fluoride to dumb down the masses, are goverment will be trying to get this banned. they want to keep us voting liblabcon, paying the bbc licence fee for your own brainwashing and waving flags at the royal family the biggest benefit scrounges of them all. If you do all this you have definitely been dumbed down and can not think for yourself.



Edited By: POWYSWALES on Dec 10, 2014 18:07: Edit
#37
Nice to see good advise. SLS gives me mouth ulcers, found this out a few years ago and ditched my toothpaste, problem solved.

I haven't bought any actual "toothpaste" for a long time, and just use an electric toothbrush with a little baking soda on it & good old water. My teeth seem fine, no gum issues and never get mouth ulcers now.

The whole industry smacks of a con to me. Unnecessary products & many labelled erroneously as being healthy.

Edited to add: I used Kingfisher for a while, the version I bought had SLS & yes, I had mouth ulcers while using it. This was about 3 years ago, so maybe they have changed the recipe. But regardless, you don't need this stuff. Careful diet & brush with BS.

Edited By: Justme1969 on Dec 10, 2014 18:00
#38
Justme1969

Edited to add: I used Kingfisher for a while, the version I bought had SLS & yes, I had mouth ulcers while using it. This was about 3 years ago, so maybe they have changed the recipe. But regardless, you don't need this stuff. Careful diet & brush with BS.

They changed the recipe, the reason I know this is that I had a mouth ulcer about 18 months ago and had bought Kingfisher as it didn't have SLS according to their site but I noticed that the ingredients on my toothpaste said it did so got in touch with them. They said that I had been unlucky and mine must have been sat on a shelf in a store for a while as they'd phased it out several months earlier, they also offered to exchange for free if I returned it.
#39
hannipoos
Why would you not use fluoride toothpaste? - much cheaper
Find out why the Nazis put it in concentration camp water supplies as medication.
Then you have your answer. UK's New Labour regime in collaboration with Common Purpose dentists and NHS Trust managers also tried this with some success.
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snapdragon
hannipoos
Why would you not use fluoride toothpaste? - much cheaper
Find out why the Nazis put it in concentration camp water supplies as medication.
Then you have your answer. UK's New Labour regime in collaboration with Common Purpose dentists and NHS Trust managers also tried this with some success.



Hitler used fluoride toothpaste!
Actually I don't care about hilter or the nazis it's all just too irrelevant to the original post

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