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All Sensodyne Pronamel Range Now Half Price £2 at Sainsbury’s
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All Sensodyne Pronamel Range Now Half Price £2 at Sainsbury’s

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Posted 22nd Sep

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All Sensodyne Pronamel range at Sainsbury’s is now £2 institutions and online. Decent price.

Every day acids in your diet, such as fruit, wine and fizzy drinks can weaken the enamel surface. Over time, weakened enamel can be more easily worn away and your teeth can get visibly thinner and transparent at the edges. Your dentist will be able to detect these early signs of Acid Wear.
Healthy, stronger & better protected enamel. Pronamel has a unique formulation. It helps minerals penetrate deep into the enamel surface, actively strengthening and re-hardening weakened enamel, making it stronger, healthier and better protected from the effects of everyday acids while helping to restore the natural whiteness of the teeth.

Sensodyne Pronamel is the No.1 dentist recommended brand to protect enamel from acid erosion
- Protects enamel from everyday acids
- Helps restore natural whiteness (1)
- Provides cavity protection and helps maintain healthy gums(1) and teeth (1)with twice daily brushing
- Healthy, stronger & better protected enamel
75ml Toothpaste
Pack size: 75ml
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Using branded toothpaste really affords no benefits over a supermarket version much the same with 30p ibuprofen vs £2 nurofen.
You need to look at the amount of active ingredients.
For sensitivity you’ll need to look for strontium, potassium nitrate or arginine. Look at the percentage on the premium brand and compare it to a supermarket alternative.
beerstaff23/09/2019 06:18

Sensodyne is about the only toothpaste i can find doesn't have any Sodium …Sensodyne is about the only toothpaste i can find doesn't have any Sodium Laurel Sulfate in it. This SLS is potentially bad news so i always use Sensodyne.


Also, it's the only toothpaste I tried that fixes my sensitivity. I use the 'repair & protect' one. Only use a pea-sized amount at night. I also floss.
In the morning I use Corsodyl for bleeding gums and the bleeding has stopped after 7 days.

Both rrp is £4-£5, but are on offer for £2-£3 every few weeks. Each lasts me 2-3 months.
Edited by: "123sonny123" 23rd Sep
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Time to stock up - thanks for posting
Sensitive toothpastes always come in smaller tubes and are astronomically expensive. They have been around for ever so development costs paid off. Any excuse to rip consumers off.
biggrub22/09/2019 21:11

Sensitive toothpastes always come in smaller tubes and are astronomically …Sensitive toothpastes always come in smaller tubes and are astronomically expensive. They have been around for ever so development costs paid off. Any excuse to rip consumers off.


Always keep your eyes out in B&M and Homebargains they always stock sensodyne
Aside from fluoride levels (and features like 'sensitivity') are they any best toothpastes or is it all just branding?

As it's so confusing we end up buying what's on offer - 7 different types in the bathroom drawer.
neversay22/09/2019 21:32

Aside from fluoride levels (and features like 'sensitivity') are they any …Aside from fluoride levels (and features like 'sensitivity') are they any best toothpastes or is it all just branding? As it's so confusing we end up buying what's on offer - 7 different types in the bathroom drawer.


I will on,y use sensodyne and it’s been recommended by various professionals
Using branded toothpaste really affords no benefits over a supermarket version much the same with 30p ibuprofen vs £2 nurofen.
You need to look at the amount of active ingredients.
For sensitivity you’ll need to look for strontium, potassium nitrate or arginine. Look at the percentage on the premium brand and compare it to a supermarket alternative.
Sensodyne is about the only toothpaste i can find doesn't have any Sodium Laurel Sulfate in it. This SLS is potentially bad news so i always use Sensodyne.
beerstaff23/09/2019 06:18

Sensodyne is about the only toothpaste i can find doesn't have any Sodium …Sensodyne is about the only toothpaste i can find doesn't have any Sodium Laurel Sulfate in it. This SLS is potentially bad news so i always use Sensodyne.


Also, it's the only toothpaste I tried that fixes my sensitivity. I use the 'repair & protect' one. Only use a pea-sized amount at night. I also floss.
In the morning I use Corsodyl for bleeding gums and the bleeding has stopped after 7 days.

Both rrp is £4-£5, but are on offer for £2-£3 every few weeks. Each lasts me 2-3 months.
Edited by: "123sonny123" 23rd Sep
Standard price
ndyanem22/09/2019 21:22

Always keep your eyes out in B&M and Homebargains they always stock …Always keep your eyes out in B&M and Homebargains they always stock sensodyne


But there are now so many types of Sensodyne that it’s nearly impossible to work out the differences between them. I would not expect B&M or Homebargains to have more than a couple of the varieties
Edited by: "flex" 23rd Sep
flex23/09/2019 19:04

But there are now so many types of Sensodyne that it’s nearly impossible t …But there are now so many types of Sensodyne that it’s nearly impossible to work out the differences between them. I would not expect B&M or Homebargains to have more than a couple of the varieties


The home bargains by me stock vast amount at least 4 different types and I’ve seen some in the pound shop. Just go for one that suits you. I use the complete version
Edited by: "ndyanem" 23rd Sep
Thankyou for posting
2 for £3 in Lidl so be quick.
SimonM0023/09/2019 20:06

2 for £3 in Lidl so be quick.


None in Lidl nearest to me today.
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