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3-Pack 4.1-Oz Crest 3D White Deep Clean Charcoal Toothpaste (Invigorating Mint) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack 4.1-Oz Crest 3D White Deep Clean Charcoal Toothpaste (Invigorating Mint) on sale for $7.82 when you 'clip' the $5 off coupon on the product page and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has select 3-Pack 4.1-Oz Crest Toothpaste for $7.81 when you 'clip' the $5 off coupon [amazon.com] and check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25 or more. In stock soon, Orders Accepted

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The American Dental Association (ADA) does not recommend using charcoal toothpaste, based on a lack of evidence that it's effective.
Do not use this on your teeth.
Pretty sure only bleaching pastes (hydrogen peroxide) actually can make a difference, the rest are just gently removing daily surface stains. But those can cause sensitivity issues for some people, and there is some question if its bad for the stuff inside your teeth, its enamel safe, but the pulp (?) might be affected from bleaching.

I tried a charcoal paste for the heck of it, and would never buy one again, as its very obvious if you dont completely clean your sink after brushing or scrub it daily, as tiny speckles of black paste will show up on the white sink.

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Sorry. You are not eligible for this coupon. ???
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$12.54 ac ss
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So so toothpaste, does not justify the added cost *At regular price* retail -- as I have not seen any difference in removing stains or streaks... Also mint is not really strong mint, but just a taste, if you really like to feel minty fresh in the morning, you will still need mouth wash or an actual mint. This deal may be OK though.
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Finally, been waiting for this. Thanks
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Quote from Ride_The_Sky :
So so toothpaste, does not justify the added cost *At regular price* retail -- as I have not seen any difference in removing stains or streaks... Also mint is not really strong mint, but just a taste, if you really like to feel minty fresh in the morning, you will still need mouth wash or an actual mint. This deal may be OK though.
Pretty sure only bleaching pastes (hydrogen peroxide) actually can make a difference, the rest are just gently removing daily surface stains. But those can cause sensitivity issues for some people, and there is some question if its bad for the stuff inside your teeth, its enamel safe, but the pulp (?) might be affected from bleaching.

I tried a charcoal paste for the heck of it, and would never buy one again, as its very obvious if you dont completely clean your sink after brushing or scrub it daily, as tiny speckles of black paste will show up on the white sink.

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Quote from essix8 :
Pretty sure only bleaching pastes (hydrogen peroxide) actually can make a difference, the rest are just gently removing daily surface stains. But those can cause sensitivity issues for some people, and there is some question if its bad for the stuff inside your teeth, its enamel safe, but the pulp (?) might be affected from bleaching.

I tried a charcoal paste for the heck of it, and would never buy one again, as its very obvious if you dont completely clean your sink after brushing or scrub it daily, as tiny speckles of black paste will show up on the white sink.
I've tried charcoal powder with Good results. Read the reviews, some are much better than others in terms of mess
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Quote from essix8 :
Pretty sure only bleaching pastes (hydrogen peroxide) actually can make a difference, the rest are just gently removing daily surface stains. But those can cause sensitivity issues for some people, and there is some question if its bad for the stuff inside your teeth, its enamel safe, but the pulp (?) might be affected from bleaching.

I tried a charcoal paste for the heck of it, and would never buy one again, as its very obvious if you dont completely clean your sink after brushing or scrub it daily, as tiny speckles of black paste will show up on the white sink.
Charcoal is also bad for your teeth. Use crest pro health since stannous flouride has been proven to keep them healthy and rebuild enamel better than standard sodium flouride.
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Do not use this on your teeth.
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The American Dental Association (ADA) does not recommend using charcoal toothpaste, based on a lack of evidence that it's effective.
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I've used this stuff and I don't like it at all. It doesn't clean any better than the regular Crest 3D White, and it clumps up a lot. The whole charcoal toothpaste thing is basically just a marketing ploy. You'll never get very noticeable whitening from any toothpaste.
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Quote from JesusFreak :
The American Dental Association (ADA) does not recommend using charcoal toothpaste, based on a lack of evidence that it's effective.
The amount of charcoal power in this toothpaste is so negligible that you can safely use without any concern. It's all marketing anyway.
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its crazy how all of the reviews are either...... "this the greatest toothpaste known to man"

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this shit it terrible. dont buy it.
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