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Mild and minty toothpaste?

MixxiMixxi Member Posts: 29
Hi,
Just wondered if anyone knows of a mild yet minty flavoured toothpaste.
We normally use Aquafresh 'mild and minty' which is perfect but our local shop no longer stocks it. I'm looking into alternative suppliers but if there are any other toothpastes, that you know of, which fit the bill I'd love to know about them! Thank you. Mixxi

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  • emlouemlou Member Posts: 1
    Hi Mixxi,

    I've heard of a toothpaste called kemgel, apperentley you only need a small pea size amount, Been told that boots sell it behind the counter if not google it,

    Hope it helps

    Regards
    emlou
  • MixxiMixxi Member Posts: 29
    Thanks emlou, I will try to track it down!
  • kelly2016kelly2016 Member Posts: 30 Listener
    Hi there is flavourless toothpaste I buy from amazon. My child has sensory processing disorder and can't stand the taste of normal toothpaste and always refused to brush her teeth and this toothpaste is brilliant.   No flavour.  It's blue box around £3.50 forgot the name sorry 
  • CarolwiseCarolwise Member Posts: 3
    Hi my son hated mint toothpaste, I ended up buying a cinnamon one I think it was through Amazon but the flavourless one mentioned above sounds good x
  • plummy70plummy70 Member Posts: 2
    kelly2016 said:
    Hi there is flavourless toothpaste I buy from amazon. My child has sensory processing disorder and can't stand the taste of normal toothpaste and always refused to brush her teeth and this toothpaste is brilliant.   No flavour.  It's blue box around £3.50 forgot the name sorry 
    Hi it may be OraNurse, I bought that for my son 
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