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Monday, October 6, 2014

Dentisse Natural Reflection toothpaste Review + Giveaway

Dentisse Natural Reflection Toothpaste Review + Giveaway

Link to my review on Amazon:




***My Personal Review***

Who likes brushing their teeth?  Who likes the taste of toothpaste?  I can't say that I do either!  But this toothpaste has a much better flavor than most and it really has made my teeth look and feel better.  I get cavities pretty easily so I have to be careful and brush a lot to get that really clean look.  I have noticed that there is less buildup on my teeth in between brushings, which was a real problem for me - if I would eat it would leave a nasty residue.  This has actually reduced that for me.  I have an advantage in that I don't smoke OR drink coffee every day so I have less stains on my teeth, but this toothpaste is guaranteed to clear up those kinds of stains AND keep them from re-appearing.

It is really gentle and has a nice mint flavor to it.  Plus they not only have toothpaste but they sell lip balm and oral rinse!  Check out their website for more products :) Even though this is a toothpaste, it has a very creamy feel and the one I received is fluoride-free.  They have another toothpaste with fluoride in it, the Pro version.  This also has real peppermint oil in it, something that most pastes cannot say they have in their products - this is what I think gives this toothpaste it's awesome taste.  Dentisse contains no saccharin, preservatives, animal ingredients, artificial colors or flavors.

Flash Giveaway!  1 bottle of Dentisse Toothpaste to one lucky reader!  Enter via the rafflecopter below :)

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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