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Normally 17p but saw it was down to 2p in tesco this morning. Its not yellow label, store specific, or an offer, just says 2p on a normal label. assume nationwide as is online for same price.
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#1
Great bargain, but....... but what you are supposed to do now? :) Buy 100 toothpastes for 2 quid? :)

But no offence, great deal anyways! However I prefer something more reliable.
#2
Great find :thumbsup:

Doesn't taste that nice but at the end of the day it's toothpaste!!

HOT
#3
saw it online too....heat added

Never tasted it but will give it a try at this price.
#4
I actually use this all the time, I don't mind using the value products that are just as good as other more expensive stuff. I can't remember what I was using before this as I was just buying stuff that was on offer but when I tried this I can remember thinking it tastes just fine in comparison.
#5
With Grocery shoppping, do you have to be signed up to actuall view the products? As I like to see the link, might pop in my local and buy some.
#6
leeparsons
With Grocery shoppping, do you have to be signed up to actuall view the products? As I like to see the link, might pop in my local and buy some.


Yes you have to be signed up to see the products on the tesco website. The picture is the proper one though if you just need to know what it looks like.
#7
FoX5
Yes you have to be signed up to see the products on the tesco website. The picture is the proper one though if you just need to know what it looks like.


No I just wana check if it is that price instore or not really
#8
nice one
#9
while i would never use this,i would imagine that it does have to come some kind of standard as its for dental health,so while it wont be as good as most and while people say its ok,lets see your teeth in 15 years of using it.
#10
A saving of 15p :O Bargin...
#11
ramiuk1
while i would never use this,i would imagine that it does have to come some kind of standard as its for dental health,so while it wont be as good as most and while people say its ok,lets see your teeth in 15 years of using it.


Deal.

Send me a PM (or whatever contact technology is prevalent) on 2nd June 2025 and ill show you the results.

Guess id better stock up for this one.
#12
Nice cheap jewellery cleaner thanks.
#13
i will buy it for mirror cleaning and other sliver items cleaning.
#14
My teeth deserve better than this.
#15
For the record: these 'value' toothpastes are missing whatever ingredient it is that can bring on cold sores, in those that already suffer with this. All the others - with the 'fresh breath tingle' can have this unwanted side effect.
#16
These are great for any of you who do the christmas shoebox appeals :santa:
#17
Thats the kids Christmas presents sorted :thumbsup:
#18
bbandme
These are great for any of you who do the christmas shoebox appeals :santa:


i was just thinkin that! nice:thumbsup:
#19
i use this when cleaning white trainers . it works a treat.
#20
Great to use on your Scuba Masks Lens to stop them steaming up!
#21
wrongsideof40
For the record: these 'value' toothpastes are missing whatever ingredient it is that can bring on cold sores, in those that already suffer with this. All the others - with the 'fresh breath tingle' can have this unwanted side effect.


Is this true? my husband and I both get cold sores didn't realize anything in toothpaste could trigger one
#22
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#23
disneygirl
Is this true? my husband and I both get cold sores didn't realize anything in toothpaste could trigger one


No. Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus and are completely unrelated to toothpaste.
#24
Already spotted this in my local (Hemsworth, Pontefract), meant to post it but forgot till now. Got a carrier bag full!

And I actually quite like the taste. Similar to colgate classic stuff.
#25
There's a theory from some people with ref. to the active ingredients of toothpaste (Taken from Wikipedia...):-

"...This consistency leads some to conclude that cheap toothpaste is just as good as expensive toothpaste."
#26
Disgusting price. I think the government needs to set a minimum price on toothpaste and stop these offers.
#27
Check the sodium monofluorophosphate percentage levels in this against a brand leader. It will be lower thus offering less enamel protection for your pearly whites.
#28
Bargain, was informed today that it is gr8 applied to stings.....don't know if it's true as I've never tried! but shall be doing so at this price! :)
#29
Wouldn't even consider using this crap on my teeth, I intend to have a full set well into old age.
Great to use as a cleaning product though.
#30
It has quite a high flouride ppm rating. My dentist told me it has to be around 1000ppm to be any good, and this stuff has a higher flouride ppm rate than a lot of the Boots own makes. I`ve tried it and its not too bad :D
#31
Does this stuff contain fluoride?
#32
Price showsas being 17p on line this morning.
#33
notginger
No. Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus and are completely unrelated to toothpaste.


That's quite correct. What I was trying to say was that if you are already prone to cold sores, certain toothpastes can bring on a sore. In my wife's case, she has discovered that all toothpastes, except for the value ones from Tesco/Sainsburys bring are bad news. There was a time when you could get cool mint as well as fresh mint toothpaste. The 'duller' coolmint was also OK but these seem to have have been withdrawn now...
#34
I used to buy Tesco value toothpaste when it came in a metal foil type container and it worked great. A real saving. Then the packaging changed and it was in a plastic tube and it wasn't working anymore. I was actually getting a sore throat all the time which was wierd. I assumed Tesco had changed supplier and when I looked at the tube it said 'Made in China'!

I'm pretty sure the older value toothpaste was made in the uk. I upgraded so to speak to a tesco branded sensitive toothpaste and that was made in china as well and didn't seem to work very well perhaps because it was sensitive in this case.

Anyway I'm using Macleans now and its better again but no better than Tesco Value toothpaste used to be.

I'm all for low cost products from china but not really comfortable with something as important as toothpaste from there. Its known manufacturing and hygiene conditions there can be very poor and I'm convinced that there was a bad formulation in the chinese value toothpaste I used. My mouth felt a bit strange sometime after using it. I'm not kidding or exaggerating.

Would not recommend this product. I suspect the formulation is a bit slap dash and probably ranges from uselessly weak to incredibly aggressive. I should of kept the toothpaste I had and sent it somewhere for analysis in hindsight.
#35
An important point is people with poor oral hygiene are more likely to have heart attacks that seems to be fact but try and google for 'flouride and heart attacks' and you get some results saying flouride prevents heart attacks and others saying flouride causes heart attacks. Hard to know what to think.
#36
17p not 2p!

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