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Arm & Hammer Enamel Care Sensitive Toothpaste (usually £3.15) only £1.55 delivered @ Superdrug
Arm & Hammer Enamel Care Sensitive Toothpaste (usually £3.15) only £1.55 delivered @ Superdrug

Arm & Hammer Enamel Care Sensitive Toothpaste (usually £3.15) only £1.55 delivered @ Superdrug

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Arm & Hammer Enamel Care Sensitive toothpaste (70mls) normally £3.15 but down to £1.55 at the moment. Free delivery just now so its a bargain I think. Also instore. They have other varieties too in the offer including the normal non-senstive Enamel Care and some down to 95p (Advanced Whitening etc) but this is the one that usually costs me a small fortune.

Instore too but why go out in this weather when you can have it delivered for free!

PLEASE NOTE this is the A&H Enamel Care range and NOT the cheaper Advanced Whitening/Original Coolmint or Brilliant Sparkle range which are usually only £1-£2 normally anyway.

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- babyblue

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I think there is something very similar in Poundland for ..............£1

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gloria1997

I think there is something very similar in Poundland for ..............£1



Lol - really? £1 in Poundland? X) Haven't seen any in there for ages actually. Must have a look at the weekend though know there was none in mine last weekend. Thought this may be of use to someone though - especially as it gets delivered to your door without having to go out for it!

Home bargains it's a £1

Wilkinsons & Asda have it advertised in this weeks flyers for 99p

pooh just ordered 2 of here

The Shopper

Wilkinsons & Asda have it advertised in this weeks flyers for 99p


glenn13

Home bargains it's a £1

disgusting toothpaste but decen price inc delivery!!

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glenn13

Home bargains it's a £1



Worth checking then - thanks. As long as its the A&H Enamel Care Senstive not the cheaper one then its a bargain.


The Shopper

Wilkinsons & Asda have it advertised in this weeks flyers for 99p



Asda is £2.98 - saw it yesterday and its online as that too.

Cold. 98p @ Wikinson..bought a couple the other day (75ml too - just checked)
hotukdeals.com/dea…411

Edit.. was the 'advanced whitening' varient which I bought, there were others but can't confirm the 'enamel care' version was 98p in Wikinson.. appologies OP.:(
Edited by: "huggychair" 3rd Feb 2011

tonypop

disgusting toothpaste but decen price inc delivery!!



Its the baking soda, and it strips off smoker/coffee drinker stains like nothing else (even the £5-10 range whitening toothpastes, and I've tried a fair few), however I don't have sensitive teeth so don't know if this has the same potency as the enamel care line. The other thing people complain about is it doesn't leave your mouth feeling clean, that because it doesn't try to fool you into thinking you have a cleaner mouth by overdosing on the mintiness, leave that fresh feeling for the mouthwash. If you're a sensible non-smoker doesn't really matter what you use I guess though.

I've used this. Got mine from Home & Bargains for 99p. Used sensitive advanced whitening one and it does work on both counts for me. Got foreign language all over it though!!!

Tastes disgusting, binned ours after one go

Original Poster

Oh lordy - can people please read before making a comment? This is for the Enamel Care Sensitive range NOT the Advanced Whitening or Original Coolmint or Brilliant Sparkle range (which are usually only £1-£2 anyway). The Enamel Care range is usually £3 and over hence why I thought this was cheaper than I've seen for a while.

Bought quite a lot of this when it was on offer at Tesco down to a pound. The thing about Arm & Hammer stuff is that it has a much lower floride content than other toothpastes that are cheaper. Floride is the most important ingredient in toothpaste so it kind of makes it a poor product in my opinion.

9% Quidco

Non sensitive variant same price too.

superdrug.com/eve…85/

Sensitive OOS now.
Edited by: "tightasagnatschu" 3rd Feb 2011

Original Poster

babyblue

9% Quidco



Thanks - had forgotten to put that in lol!

Toothpaste with delivery.... a bit bizzare, but I can live with that... (_;)

Original Poster

Keep checking online if out of stock as they replenish quite quickly - but remember its instore too.

I tested this toothpaste and it may taste awful but does work, get the greenish box the gel one tastes better, they are 99p in home bargins and a quid in pounland, poundland have both the paste and gel

masterchieff

not sure about this if it is the one that says 'with liquid … not sure about this if it is the one that says 'with liquid calcium'dentist kept saying i had a lot of calcium deposits as he would always scrape them off, finally found what caused them >‌



You just have "tartar" on your teeth - very common indeed.

Whitening agents can make this worse though but eating better and brushing & flossing your teeth more often will help.

This toothpaste does taste a bit funky at first but you do acclimatise to it in the end.- can;t say I've got a "Hollywood Smile" yet but it does appear to help marginally.

I probably drink way too much tea and coffee, so I presume if I cut down on those this stuff might work a treat?
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