Lidl Dentalux toothpaste range reduced to 35/39p for 125ml - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
301

Lidl Dentalux toothpaste range reduced to 35/39p for 125ml

£0.39 @ LIDL
All 125ml - compare that with the branded equivalents. These are no better than the big brands, but they're no worse either - and a fraction of the price. Price reduced again to: 39p: Comp… Read More
Newbold Avatar
5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
All 125ml - compare that with the branded equivalents.

These are no better than the big brands, but they're no worse either - and a fraction of the price.

Price reduced again to:

39p:
Complex 5 Whitening Plus
Complex 5 Sensitive Plus
Complex 5 Total Care Plus

35p:
Complex 3 Herbal Fresh
Complex 3 Mint Fresh
Deal Tags:
Newbold Avatar
5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
Options

All Comments

(16) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
2 Likes #1
I bought the sensitive toothpaste & actually prefer it to other big brand names! :D
#2
I also have used this...and its good..
1 Like #3
The whitening plus one's just as good as the so-called 'professional' brands at many more times the price! I do have a soft spot for the taste of the herbal one however. Heat to OP!
#4
Absolutely as good as the known brands
#5
What were they reduced from? Or is this just their normal cheap Lidl price?
5 Likes #6
not saying one way or another but surely it can take years or even decades to ascertain the effectiveness of a toothpaste...
#7
Think normal price is 45p. Have been buying this for several years now. Okay it's only toothpaste but it's high in fluoride, it tastes fine and it's not stupidly expensive like a lot of brands, so why not? Heat added.
1 Like #8
FirePhantom
What were they reduced from? Or is this just their normal cheap Lidl price?
According to the store signage, the Complex 5 ones have been reduced from 59p to 39p. Not sure what the price of the others was, but probably 55p.
#9
Complex 3 Herbal Fresh is really nice.
#10
£0.39 for a tube of poison. Don't use fluoride products, so many cons vs pros. Just Google it and you'll see.
#11
callumfraser4912
£0.39 for a tube of poison. Don't use fluoride products, so many cons vs pros. Just Google it and you'll see.

This looks balanced to me https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_fluoridation - but if you're prone to chemophobia then no worries, it's your own teeth that pay the price.
#12
The only really important aspect of a toothpaste from a dental health perspective is how much fluoride is in it. Should be no less than 1400 ppm. All other claims are unsubstantiated by independent studies, and some disproved.
#13
callumfraser4912
£0.39 for a tube of poison. Don't use fluoride products, so many cons vs pros. Just Google it and you'll see.
Or you could Google tooth decay heart disease as an alternative - see what that brings up! ;)
#14
callumfraser4912
£0.39 for a tube of poison. Don't use fluoride products, so many cons vs pros. Just Google it and you'll see.
True, but you are not supposed to swallow it and not enough will be absorbed by the mouth to cause a problem.
I have heard of some far-left teachers at schools forcing the children to swallow it though.
google "UK kids being forced to SWALLOW toothpaste"
#15
FirePhantom
The only really important aspect of a toothpaste from a dental health perspective is how much fluoride is in it. Should be no less than 1400 ppm. All other claims are unsubstantiated by independent studies, and some disproved.
I do know some toothpastes like Arm & Hammer sensitive state they are 1100ppm fluoride while fluoride is normally good for teeth i did see a program recently and whoever was presenting was in a cave very highly concentrated with fluoride and it was said very high amounts of fluoride in the cave many many many times higher than what you'd get in a 5000ppm tube of toothpaste or what a dentist would use on you is actually damaging to teeth
#16
Still proper price in our Lidl's,so not reduced in all stores.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!