Taylor’s 32 Whitening Toothpaste

 

dsc_0741

dsc_0742

Taylor’s 32 Whitening Toothpaste

Taylor’s 32 Natural Whitening Toothpaste is a new brand of toothpaste which I was sent a month or so ago.  I haven’t had a chance to use it until now and while I was not expecting it to arrive and not looking for another toothpaste brand to be honest, I’ve been really impressed.

The toothpaste comes in three different flavours (Fennel & Mint, Grapefruit & Mint, Classic Mint).  It’s a natural toothpaste which is free from artificial preservatives, sweeteners & abrasives. I’m into the classic mint as it tastes so fresh, like chewing a chewing gum.

They each cost £5 and are available from Waitrose as well as online which is really handy as you can order them along with your normal shop.

Whitening?

I wouldn’t say this is any more whitening than any other whitening toothpaste that I have used in my life.  But none of those whitening toothpastes have ever done anything compared to actually whitening your teeth.  But taking those claims aside, this is a really nice toothpaste that leaves your mouth clean, fresh and your teeth feel smooth when you run your tongue over them. Which to me is the main thing? I can happily whiten my teeth but what I really have always wondered was if there was a more natural toothpaste with fewer chemicals that actually tastes nice and leaves your mouth and breath clean and fresh, and this does that.

You Like?

Taking those claims aside, this is a really nice toothpaste that leaves your mouth clean, fresh and your teeth feel smooth when you run your tongue over them. Which to me is the main thing? I can happily whiten my teeth but what I really have always wondered was if there was a more natural toothpaste with fewer chemicals that actually tastes nice and leaves your mouth and breath clean and fresh, and this does that.

I have to say for the price especially the products are great.  The packaging is simple and it’s definitely worth picking up. If you are looking for a new toothpaste and see how you get on.

Do you ever worry what chemicals are in your toothpaste?

Follow: