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B1G2F on the following:

Oral B toothbrush £2.97 = 99p each
Arm And Hammer Brilliant Sparkle £3 = £1 each
Arm And Hammer Enamel Care £3 = £1 each
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1 Like #1
Thanks OP for doing those simple sums for us, don't know how I would ever have worked them out without you :p Good prices, heat added.


Edited By: Gball on Apr 06, 2011 14:38: .
1 Like #2
Gball
Thanks OP for doing those simple sums for us, don't know how I would ever have worked them out without you. Good prices, heat added.

Sarcy but appreciated haha, i was just being thorough though :p

Edited By: asl9791 on Apr 06, 2011 13:41
#3
Yeh good deal i'd say.
#4
asl9791
Gball
Thanks OP for doing those simple sums for us, don't know how I would ever have worked them out without you :p. Good prices, heat added.
Sarcy but appreciated haha, i was just being thorough though :p

Sorry, I meant to add a :p after my attempt at humour.
1 Like #5
Gball
Sorry, I meant to add a :p after my attempt at humour.

I am glad that my assumption was correct lol
#6
Hot as the enamel A&H is never reduced to a quid.
Got meself 3.
Cheers
1 Like #7
A&H toothpaste is usually on offer at £1 each.
1 Like #8
*cobra*
A&H toothpaste is usually on offer at £1 each.

sometimes it is at poundland, however you will want to check the fluoride content on the back, quite often the ones they stock are below the levels recommended by dentists in the uk and nearer the 1000ppm whereas you want 1500ppm. Not all the time but i have check and on occasion it is
#9
asl9791
*cobra*
A&H toothpaste is usually on offer at £1 each.

sometimes it is at poundland, however you will want to check the fluoride content on the back, quite often the ones they stock are below the levels recommended by dentists in the uk and nearer the 1000ppm whereas you want 1500ppm. Not all the time but i have check and on occasion it is


Thankyou, interesting to know that dentist recommend 1500PPM! I actually have pound land version and tesco version and both have 1100PPM. Colgate has 1450.

Do you think the baking soda content in the A + H is there in place of that or more of a gimmick?

I do prefer the A+H freshmint gel though, by far my fave toothpaste, leaves mouth tasting good, near on impossible to find, I have stocked up, as I first saw it in Tesco and then the 99p store.

Edited By: devils_advicate on Apr 07, 2011 00:35
#10
Also on offer at Lidl in Scotland 99p, Dont lnow if it's Nationwide
#11
Are these Arm and Hammer toothpastes supposed to be really good? Colgate seems to have some dangerous ingredients in it so I want to change brands now.

Edited By: The End on Apr 07, 2011 07:23
#12
I'm sure Poundland does this toothpaste
#13
I just remembered I'm going to the dentist today! I'll ask him what toothpaste he recommends and I'll mention this brand too. I'll post here what he says if you want to know!
1 Like #14
devils_advicate


Thankyou, interesting to know that dentist recommend 1500PPM! I actually have pound land version and tesco version and both have 1100PPM. Colgate has 1450.

Do you think the baking soda content in the A + H is there in place of that or more of a gimmick?

I do prefer the A+H freshmint gel though, by far my fave toothpaste, leaves mouth tasting good, near on impossible to find, I have stocked up, as I first saw it in Tesco and then the 99p store.


The End
I just remembered I'm going to the dentist today! I'll ask him what toothpaste he recommends and I'll mention this brand too. I'll post here what he says if you want to know!


The Baking soda does nothing to replace fluoride, its probably low as A&H is an american brand mainly and in the USA they have fluoridated waters so dont need to much in the paste itself. As for Colgate having dangerous ingredients, i havent heard that one before. As a dentist myself, i would just recommend any toothpaste that you are happy with as long as it has the suitable amount of fluoride they all do much of the same, however the new sensitive ones from sensodyne and colgate actually do work better than previous types as they employ different systems to reduce the sensitivity

hope that helps!
#15
Pastacular!

Have some heat.
#16
They are £1 each in Asda and you can just buy the one if you want and not 3 at a time.
#17
Or just buy one if you are (ab)using the DTD vouchers. Tesco will pay YOU 48p to take it :)

Only works on Arm & Hammer Advanced White Toothpaste 75ml.
#18
No toothbrushes in the central Metro.
#19
asl9791
devils_advicate


Thankyou, interesting to know that dentist recommend 1500PPM! I actually have pound land version and tesco version and both have 1100PPM. Colgate has 1450.

Do you think the baking soda content in the A + H is there in place of that or more of a gimmick?

I do prefer the A+H freshmint gel though, by far my fave toothpaste, leaves mouth tasting good, near on impossible to find, I have stocked up, as I first saw it in Tesco and then the 99p store.


The End
I just remembered I'm going to the dentist today! I'll ask him what toothpaste he recommends and I'll mention this brand too. I'll post here what he says if you want to know!


The Baking soda does nothing to replace fluoride, its probably low as A&H is an american brand mainly and in the USA they have fluoridated waters so dont need to much in the paste itself. As for Colgate having dangerous ingredients, i havent heard that one before. As a dentist myself, i would just recommend any toothpaste that you are happy with as long as it has the suitable amount of fluoride they all do much of the same, however the new sensitive ones from sensodyne and colgate actually do work better than previous types as they employ different systems to reduce the sensitivity

hope that helps!


Thankyou! A dentist recommended colgate before, and I have been using colgate gum healing something or other, and the dentist has noticed the difference in my gum health, may be more to do with me actually brushing my teeth properly than the toothpaste though lol.
THanks for the info on the baking soda

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