Coral LLC Coral White Toothpaste Tea Tree -- 6 oz
Formula change, now with GLYCERIN
I used this toothpaste for years because of its wholesome ingredients. However, I will never purchase it again. Here's why: The tube I just received has significant ingredient changes without a word on the box, Vitacost's website or even the Coral Calcium website itself about being "new." It's certainly not improved in my opinion. Comparing the new ingredients list with the old, I wouldn't even call it the same toothpaste.
Most objectionably, it now contains GLYCERIN, which both websites still claim it doesn't.
The artificial sweetener, sorbitol, is now the #2 ingredient. Water and cellulose gum have been moved to prominence near the top as major ingredients. Who wants toothpaste with more water and thickener? That means there's less of more desirable ingredients, but nothing can make up for the addition of glycerin.
March 9, 2015
tea tree with coral calcium = the best toothpaste
February 21, 2015
This toothpaste makes my mouth feel clean and refreshed. I haven't noticed any whitening effects yet, but it is definitely gentle on my teeth. It tastes a bit like baking soda, but I don't mind it.
October 31, 2013
Will not purchase again
I was not happy with this toothpaste. It did not leave my mouth or teeth feeling clean and fresh. Even after thoroughly brushing my teeth, my teeth still felt rough at the surface when I ran my tongue along the teeth. I also felt like it left a bad taste in my mouth and my breath was not fresh. Very disappointed.
September 7, 2013
Tea Tree flavor is an average product
We are very happy with mint flavor of the same brand, but not this flavor. We don't feel the same freshness that we feel with mint flavor. Thinking that both would function in same way,we bought 2 of mint and 2 of tea tree flavor and cursing our decision now.
I would go with Mint flavor and thats a very good product
June 1, 2013