Wicked Fresh!

I am a little bit obsessed with it comes to brushing my teeth. I love that just brushed feeling so I am always looking for the latest greatest minty, clean toothpaste. My kids love Tom’s of Maine Strawberry paste but I like a real zing so I have never been a huge fan of the natural toothpastes.

I was just sent a sample of the new Wicked Fresh line from Tom’s of Maine and it blew everything I thought about natural toothpaste out of the water. The toothpaste has an INCREDIBLE minty zing it rivals the clean feeling from the dentist office. The Wicked Fresh mouthwash had a great mint flavor without the burn of alcohol. I might just have to rethink my aversion to natural toothpaste!

Do you worry that natural toothpaste just won’t have that refreshing minty zing or lasting flavor that you love from your standby products?

Let new Tom’s of Maine Wicked Fresh! Toothpaste and Mouthwash cast aside all your hesitations. With a burst of cool, mint freshness to fight bad breath all day long, the line is packed with effective, natural ingredients that keep your smile both vibrant and healthy.

· Wicked Fresh! Toothpaste – the first toothpaste to feature the company’s patent-pending, flavorless botanical licorice root extract combined with a punch of powerful natural mint flavor oils for refreshing taste that will help banish bad breath.

· Wicked Fresh! Mouthwash – powered by the naturally sourced mineral zinc-chloride to help stop bad breath and uses a proprietary blend of natural mint oils to deliver great taste and a clean, cool feeling in your mouth.


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July 19th, 2010 at 12:04 pm

YUK! This is Colgate in disguise

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