2 things you might not know about me are that I am very picky with my toothpaste purchases (I can’t stand the burning feeling that is associated with most toothpaste brands) and that 2 of my front teeth have bonding on them.
Currently my go to toothpaste is Crest Wild Expressions Liquid Gel Toothpaste in Burstin’ Bubblegum. It’s probably not the best toothpaste for an adult to be using but it’s the only toothpaste that I’ve been able to handle and not feel like my mouth is on fire. So of course I was excited when I was offered the chance to be able to receive and review Marvis Toothpaste.
Marvis is based in Italy and offers a line of 7 different flavoured toothpastes that are known for their richness and freshness in taste and effectiveness. This brand has differentiated itself from others by combining the concept of toothpaste with art and fashion and turning it into something trendy and unique. All Marvis toothpastes are made using a traditional processing method that results in smoothness and richness in texture.
The two products I received are Whitening Mint Toothpaste and Ginger Mint Toothpaste. I decided to use each product for 2 weeks with a break in between. When I first started using this toothpaste I put way to much on my brush. You only need a very small amount and it goes a long way. Less is definitely more.
While using this product I noticed that there is a slight cooling sensation. It’s not overpowering like some other brands but was slightly refreshing. The Ginger Mint flavour is actually quite good. Like really good. No burning after taste which seems to be a common feature in other toothpaste products. I also noticed a slight improvement in the colour of my teeth after I used the whitening product.
Going forward I plan to continue using the Ginger Mint toothpaste and every so often change it up with the Whitening product. Since my front teeth have bonding on them I can’t whiten the rest of my teeth too much.
Interested in seeing the other flavours? Check out all the other Marvis Toothpaste at NailPolishCanada.com