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I used fluoride free tooth paste, as a child growing up. Had lots of cavities 🦷 and lost a couple of teeth due to it. As an adult, I went to the dentist and he told me straight up , he sees a clear difference between people who used fluoride tooth paste and those who didn't. No fluoride = lots of cavities 🦷. It's up to you what you want to do. I, to this day, still paying for lack of fluoride in my toothpaste, spend over $20K on root- canals and now implants.
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I'd recommend fluoride in toothpaste tho.. 🤷 ♂️
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Flouride is used in developed counties and has prevented much tooth decay there. In poor countries where they can't afford to add flouride to drinking water or toothpaste, tooth decay is prevalent. Most people in poor regions of Philippines have lost most of their teeth because of this. I wouldn't buy or use any toothpaste without it. Just take a look at dental statistics of countries without flouride.
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I'd recommend fluoride in toothpaste tho.. 🤷 ♂️
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Some people, like me, specifically look for fluoride free toothpaste Smilie
I don't know why people are down voting you. Same people who get vaccines too, I assume.
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It's been this price for days
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Very bad taste
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It's been this price for days
Was just about to say the same, weeks actually. It went on a very low S&S price the other month (about a dollar per tube if I'm remembering correctly) and made an order but also had one in my "save for later" of my shopping cart...have seen it for this price for a long time, when I go to my cart.
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Pretty packaging. The shaving cream I got from them is crap.
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Was just about to say the same, weeks actually. It went on a very low S&S price the other month (about a dollar per tube if I'm remembering correctly) and made an order but also had one in my "save for later" of my shopping cart...have seen it for this price for a long time, when I go to my cart.
That was for the fluoride one the other month.

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I don't know why people are down voting you. Same people who get vaccines too, I assume.
LOL Applause
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I used fluoride free tooth paste, as a child growing up. Had lots of cavities 🦷 and lost a couple of teeth due to it. As an adult, I went to the dentist and he told me straight up , he sees a clear difference between people who used fluoride tooth paste and those who didn't. No fluoride = lots of cavities 🦷. It's up to you what you want to do. I, to this day, still paying for lack of fluoride in my toothpaste, spend over $20K on root- canals and now implants.
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Flouride is used in developed counties and has prevented much tooth decay there. In poor countries where they can't afford to add flouride to drinking water or toothpaste, tooth decay is prevalent. Most people in poor regions of Philippines have lost most of their teeth because of this. I wouldn't buy or use any toothpaste without it. Just take a look at dental statistics of countries without flouride.
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I'd take the teeth over the brains.
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I didn't care for the consistency. It was liquidy enough to be finished in half the time of the regular toothpaste.
So not for me.
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