Tom's of Maine Sensitive Toothpaste Soothing Mint -- 4 oz
I like this. If you want a wicked fresh mint, then purchase the wicked fresh mint. I like both. This is a relaxed mint. It works and it is mint not spearmint,( which I do not like.)
December 23, 2013
Tom's Sensitive Toothpaste Soothing Mint
I have found this helps my couple achy back molars. I’ve used Tom’s products since I can’t remember. I loved Tom’s toothpastes because they made flavours that weren’t mints and they made some without fluoride. We didn’t want fluoride toothpaste when they put it in our water! We voted it out.
Now, the only non-mint flavour they make seems to be fennel. I’m not sure why they think everyone wants mint. I miss the non-mint flavours. But, like many companies, Tom’s doesn’t seem to be the same as it was. Despite the loss of flavours such as Apricot, Tom’s still gets my vote as the best. I can’t imagine anyone using regular toothpastes! They taste toxic.
I find the fennel is a nice taste but if I use it at night I wake with my teeth feeling like they are coated with sticky material. The strawberry is very sweet and doesn’t feel like it cleans my teeth well. Hope it cleans the kids’.
April 15, 2013
This is the best product I have ever used for sensitive teeth and much cheaper than any of the ones we have on offer in Australia. After a week I noticed my teeth were less sensitive and I only use it in the evenings!
January 16, 2013
Works great - natural taste
I had to add a positive review for this toothpaste, because I really like it. It works great for my tooth sensitivity, and I really like the taste. It is a natural toothpaste. So, if you're used to, what I call, the "sicky sweet" taste of the average toothpaste, it'll probably taste weird to you at first. It took me a while to make the transition to natural toothpaste, but I'm SO glad I did. It's well worth it not to be consuming saccharin. And now, the other kinds of toothpaste taste gross to me. So, don't give up on it if you'd like to switch.
November 16, 2012
Not quite enough
Just not enough mint to freshen mouth, or oomph to clean teeth...
June 8, 2012