Amazon Preorder (Avail oct 1): $7.99 + $3.78
s/h also possibly + tax https://www.amazon.com/Dr-Collins...07H944RLG/ Now: Add-on item. In stock 10/12
Direct from Dr. Collins $7.99 + $5.95
If you'd like to avoid excessive shipping see these locations, but they may not all ever stock Biomin C specifically: https://drcollins.com/where-to-buy/
There's a long history of oddities in the U.S. toothpaste market, with us having less access to things like bioactive glass or cpp-acp or pro-argin than the rest of the world, including well regulated markets like Canada and Europe. The reasons are unclear. You can read a little of the history here: https://medium.com/@ravenstine/th...0c6bef8881
and here: https://ceramics.org/ceramic-tech...45s5-glass
Long story short, until today, to buy biomin (the variant of novamin not owned by GSK) meant shelling out $20 on ebay for the same size tube, sometimes with added shipping, and that comes from some unknown 3rd party flipping it, not a known supermarket or pharmacy and possibly with no assurance of expiration date. Compared to other toothpastes, $8+ is still a horrifying price. But for Americans who have been scrounging for products like these for a decade and importing them from all over the world, it's a bargain. Please consider that when deciding whether to downvote.
For people with perfectly fine dental health and no challenges, nothing to see here, enjoy your $1 toothpaste. But bear in mind that there are millions of people with bigger dental health challenges than the average person and for them, the cost of this compares to the cost and pain of expensive dental drilling and surgery, not to other toothpastes. May also provide better relief from sensitivity than toothpastes which dull nerves rather than patching dentin tubules.
Sadly Biomin F continues to be unavailable in the U.S. I wrote to Dr. Collins, which rebrands and sells Biomin C for the U.S. market, asking them to add that to their offering. If you're interested in even more protection, please consider writing them as well. As far as I can tell [biomin.co.uk]
, Biomin C is clearly inferior to F and only exists for people who have a problem with Fluoride.