Do you use salty toothpaste?

salty toothpaste
@youless (91532)
Guangzhou, China
August 31, 2017 7:51pm CST
The salty toothpaste seems to be different and it may have special effects. But the flavor is still very important for me and I prefer to the normal toothpaste much more. The salty toothpaste will be less attractive for me and I will not try it. Since if I don't like it, it will spend me a long time finishing it
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@xiaolisu (1322)
• China
1 Sep
I prefer all kinds of darlie toothpaste. The flavor is authentic whatever tea flavor or mint
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
Sometimes I use Darlie and sometimes I will use Colgate
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@xiaolisu (1322)
• China
1 Sep
@youless i try to use liquid toothpaste right now Its made in Japan. I get it recent days. I don't know how long i can finish it
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
@xiaolisu It is very new for me. Does it look like the liquid or gel?
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• United States
1 Sep
I had never used it as a product but I have brushed my teeth with salt before lol
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
Perhaps at that time you forgot to bring the toothpaste so that you had to use salt
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• United States
1 Sep
@youless I wanted a scrubbing agent lol
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@LadyDuck (157523)
• Switzerland
1 Sep
I only use toothpaste containing baking soda. I would never use salt on my teeth, because sodium is very bad and can lead to teeth loss.
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
I don't pay more attention to the ingredients of the toothpaste. Usually I buy famous brands like Colgate and I think they shall be professional in dental products.
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@LadyDuck (157523)
• Switzerland
1 Sep
@youless Colgate had a big scandal last year for ingredients in one of their most famous toothpaste that could cause damages to the teeth. They had to stop the production here in Europe. I DO NOT use Colgate.
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@JustBhem (37160)
• Davao, Philippines
1 Sep
I haven't tried that salty toothpaste, but one time when I had a toothache. I used salt as a toothpaste.
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
It seems salt is good for the dental health.
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@JustBhem (37160)
• Davao, Philippines
1 Sep
@youless I think so too.
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@poehere (17700)
• French Polynesia
1 Sep
Never heard of it before. We have Colgate on the islands, but not salty Colgate.
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
Perhaps they don't want to take a risk to try new products there yet.
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@poehere (17700)
• French Polynesia
1 Sep
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@JESSY3236 (6505)
• United States
1 Sep
I have been using a cinnamon flavor toothpaste. I like it, but I don't think I would like a salty one.
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
Cinnamon sounds to be something to make the apple pie
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@sishy7 (27647)
• Australia
1 Sep
Oh, I use Colgate but I don't think I've heard of seen of this Colgate Salt before...
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
The salty flavor may not be popular since not many people can accept to it.
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@prashu228 (25811)
• India
1 Sep
Well i am using Colgate salt toothpaste at present. I have salt in my toothpaste ..hehe
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
Does it work well? I am very curious.
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@andriaperry (50864)
• United States
1 Sep
I have not seen this one before.
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
Of course the salty toothpaste are less because they may not be accepted by many people yet.
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@PatZAnthony (12660)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
1 Sep
We make our own toothpaste and sometimes do add salt. Mainly it is coconut oil with clay, baking soda (which is salty enough) and flavoring.
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
Hard to believe that you can make your own toothpaste. Are you afraid to the branded toothpaste since they add many chemical stuffs inside? As I have never known anybody who will make their own toothpaste and it sound so cool.
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@1hopefulman (28482)
• Canada
1 Sep
I have heard of brushing teeth with salt or with baking soda which is very salty but never seen a salty toothpaste here. I keep trying different toothpastes trying ton find one that I like. Right now, I have 7 different toothpastes that I have started and use once in a while as I don't want to just throw them out. They too will last a long time.
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
It is good to change different toothpaste. I also change the shampoos often. I will not stick to use one brand one product only
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@Hatley (164654)
• Garden Grove, California
1 Sep
ugh I do not thjink I woild like that eilther salty does not sound good tome
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@youless (91532)
• Guangzhou, China
1 Sep
This is how I think, too.
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