Sensodyne pronamel daily toothpaste mint 75ml £1.99 @ superdrugs instore - HotUKDeals
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Saw this today in the Bromley branch thought it was cheap for pronamel normally about £3.50. also being a student we get 10% extra off with our Nus card :)

the kids version is £1.49 and the pronamel gentle whitening toothpaste was also on offer but slightly more about £2.64 ish.

75ml is currently £3.49 at boots

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Sensodyne Pronamel Toothpaste . Many of the foods and drinks that we associate with a modern diet, including many fruits, fruit tea, balsamic vinegar and wine contain acids that temporarily soften tooth enamel and can lead to a condition called acid erosion.

Brushing with Sensodyne twice-daily can stop you worrying about sensitivity. People who have sensitive teeth often miss out on many of lifes pleasures unnecessarily, such as ice-cream and cold drinks. Regular brushing with Sensodyne helps relieve the pain of sensitive teeth, allowing you to enjoy the food and drink youve been avoiding. Equally importantly it helps you maintain strong teeth and healthy gums. It keeps your breath fresh too.

Prevent the return of sensitive teeth
Regular brushing with Sensodyne, even when the pain of sensitive teeth has stopped, is a sure way to help prevent the return of sensitive teeth. In a recent survey, 25% of Sensodyne users said that they experienced the return of painful sensitive teeth just one week after stopping using Sensodyne.
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banned#1
Good spot...this is about £3.75 in Tesco and even their on brand version is about £3
#2
what is it exactly compared with colgate sensitive or other high fluoride pastes anyone
banned#3
It's a special paste for people with Hypoplasia and other tooth enamel conditions...it's less abrasive so as not to damage weak enamel

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