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Sensodyne Pronamel Mint - 4oz
Sensodyne Pronamel Multiaction Toothpaste - 4oz
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on 8/30/2017 11:34:00 AM
More reviews by demo
Age: 56 & Over
Skin: Very Oily, Other, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I've tried other toothpastes for sensitive teeth and this one does the best job at reducing sensitivity. It's often sold in a double pack, which saves a little money, so I like to buy it that way when I can.
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on 7/3/2016 3:37:00 PM
More reviews by MUAsAlbino
Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
Meh. I put a yes for repurchase even though I'm not terribly in love with this. It is a good toothpaste but I have a few issues with it. More than anything I hate the taste. It's soapy to me, not minty. My teeth are not left feeling super clean due to the flavor. The price is okay given the fact it does more than the regular toothpaste (enamel protection!) but it's not dirt cheap either. I drink a ton of soda and eat a bunch of junkfood. I'm not positive how much this has helped but I do like to believe that the science behind the active ingredient does work it's magic on my enamel. That's better than doing nothing. I think I will try out the mouthwash version by Sensodyne and if I like that I'll switch back to Crest Optic White (much more refreshing taste) and then follow up with the Sensodyne mouthwash.
on 12/13/2015 6:54:00 AM
More reviews by Expellite
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Oily, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Straight, Fine
Teeth are probably one of the most depreciable organs in our body because we use them almost every hour except while sleeping. So in my opinion we must pay great attention about taking care of our teeth because, you know, dental problems are so much painful and irritating. Toothpastes don't just contact with our teeth, they also have contact with our gum and also a great deal of the oral cavity. In the very first place I bought this products because of its SLS-free formula. You know Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is a harsh detergent used vastly in shampoos, skin cleansers and even toothpastes. When I examined the ingredients list on the box, I got convinced that I must buy this product probably because it's simply the only SLS-free toothpaste available in my country. But when I used it I found out that not only it has a safer formula, but also it's quite a high-quality product. The texture is completely different from typical toothpastes (e.g. Crest). It's got a smooth, uniform and solid texture. It's got a creamy texture and color. One of the things which I love about it is its color, it's warm somehow! Aside from the quality texture, it's quite a mild product. I used to have a slight amount of gum-bleeding. I've got sensitive gums and with this product I experience much less gum irritation. It is a daily care toothpaste so you can use it without any worries. I like its taste, like many other products it's mint and it never gets old. I love mint taste cause it's extremely refreshing and lively!PROS:+ SLS-free (One of the fewest SLS-free products found in a while)+ Quality product+ Solid texture+ Non-irritating+ Luxury and beautiful packaging (compared to typical ones)+ Warm color+ Refreshing tasteCONS:- Just SLS-free, still some suspicious ingredients like Cocamidopropyl Betaine and PEG- A little on the pricey sideNote: This review is based on the Turkish version of Sensodyne Pronamel. The product I'm using is manufactured in Turkey and there's no English word on it except the ingredients! The UK version might be even better than this or vice versa.
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on 8/12/2015 4:15:00 AM
More reviews by AnnaDP
Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
Sensodyne (the original and the pronamel) is the only toothpaste I use. I've got very sensitive teeth and this really helps me to cool the sensitivity down. The taste is ok, I like the texture, Pronamel is more foamy compared to the original Sensodyne but both do great job. I would say Pronamel is more gentle and helps my gums to stop bleeding. Sensodyne is more stronger, somehow it's been whitening my teeth so I really like the effect :)The only thing, I find it quite pricy. But to be fair, nice healthy teeth are worth the money :)
More reviews by rosegoldpinay
Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine
If you tried the regular Sensodyne with baking soda and hated it, I hear you. I hated it too, because it tasted gross. But Sensodyne Pronamel is completely different. It doesn't taste gross at all! It is so much better for your teeth and your skin than many of the more popular brands. My favorite variant is Mint Essence and I've been using it for years.When I started using Sensodyne, it wasn't really because I had a problem with tooth sensitivity; rather, it was because my regular toothpaste was causing rashes around the corners of my mouth. In addition, I wanted something that didn't sting my mouth so much while brushing, and also lathered less (too much foam makes it hard for me to see what I'm brushing). I needed something more gentle. Then I found Sensodyne Pronamel in the grocery, so I started using it. The rashes around my mouth went away and brushing became a more pleasant experience.I wasn't sure about the enamel protection part of it when I started using it, but it's worth noting that over the years my teeth have been pretty resistant to staining despite my diet, which includes LOTS of Indian curry and tea. In fact, my dental hygienist once asked me if I had used whitening strips because my teeth looked pretty white. At that time, it had been years since I had used any teeth whitening products. I mentioned to her that I use this toothpaste and she said it was one of the better ones to use because many others are way too abrasive. Abrasiveness is denoted by the Relative Dentin Abrasion (RDA), where higher numbers mean it's more abrasive. Generally, toothpastes that have an RDA of less than 80 are considered low abrasive. Sensodyne Pronamel's RDA is around 35. You would be shocked at the RDA of some well-known brands, especially the whitening variants with the scrubbing crystals. Toothpastes with high abrasiveness will wear down the enamel, and the thinner the enamel is, the darker the teeth look. So, while it seems paradoxical, the key to having whiter teeth is not really to use "whitening" toothpastes. It's using a gentler toothpaste like Pronamel. (By the way, my hygienist mentioned that Pronamel would be better for me than "natural" fluoride-free toothpaste. In her practice she's seen a lot of patients and she said those that use Tom's of Maine have issues with their teeth. Maybe those patients were just not brushing regularly? I don't know. Make of that what you will.)However, no toothpaste alone will give you healthy teeth. You also need to floss at least once a day (because plaque can harden and set on your teeth in as little as a day) and go for an oral prophylaxis with your dentist every 6 months. The flossing is huge---it can be quite a chore, but honestly your immune system is so much stronger when you keep your mouth clean. Just think: when your immune system doesn't have to fight off bacteria growing in your gumline, it has more resources to devote to battling allergies, cold and flu viruses, etc. They say flossing can add 6 years to your life.Regarding price: Sensodyne is slightly more expensive than other drugstore brands, but I buy mine in bulk from Amazon so it's not so bad. Well worth it to have healthy teeth and skin.Regarding packaging: So-so. The tube is not recyclable. Boo. :( The material used for the tube doesn't allow for much rolling in order to squeeze product towards the opening. But the design of the cap allows you to stand it upwards on your counter, which helps keep most of the product near the opening anyway.All in all: Packaging could be better, but I haven't found anything better. I love this toothpaste!
on 1/16/2015 10:09:00 PM
More reviews by sassylatina
Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
I grew up using arm and hammer toothpaste. My parents always insisted it's the best, but after brushing my mouth tasted what I imagine toilet water tastes like. In terms of whitening or protection I didn't think Arm & Hammer was anything special.I've been using Sensodyne for about 2 years now, and I don't plan on replacing it. The formula is creamy and sudsy, like a fine shampoo but for your mouth. My mouth feels brand new when I use it. My favorite thing is that it feels as if it nurtures the mouth, it cleans well without the sting. Your breath smells like absolutely nothing after brushing - which I love. I encourage you to try it....don't let the obnoxious commercials throw you off!
on 4/28/2013 3:56:00 PM
More reviews by fivestar15
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
There's this fresh mint taste I have grown used to after brushing my teeth, so sensodyne is taking some getting used to. The taste is weird. But I'm using it because my boyfriend testified that it works on staining and sensitivity.
on 4/22/2013 7:08:00 AM
More reviews by Shampooaholic
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral
I have to use a sensative toothpaste and my dentist said sensodyne is the best. I tried the pronamel kind and didn't care for it. It does help with the sensitivity but it looks like it doesn't clean my teeth really well. I notice a few stains inbetween my teeth. One thing i like is the packaging. The cap clicks on and off. Just a cool thing...lol The regular sensodyne is better.
on 12/15/2012 6:41:00 PM
More reviews by kind1
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I'd like to preface with that I wanted to leave a review for the original Sensodyne toothpaste, but the "pronamel" one kept appearing. I haven't use the "pronamel", but I've used the original Sensodyne for many years and that's the only toothpaste that I use. The flavor that I prefer is "original flavor," and just an fyi that one is supposed to use a toothpaste for sensitive teeth while brushing in an up-and-down motion and *not* the usual left to right. It's supposed to coat (or help) the teeth more effectively that way. Please also remember to check with your dentist first as tooth sensitivity can actually be due to a cavity (hole), and if left untreated, the tooth can get infected (a tooth abscess) which can be very dangerous as sepsis (blood poisoning) can occur in addition to the root canal that costs *a lot* of money to treat.
on 6/2/2012 6:42:00 PM
More reviews by NikitaRose
Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium
I hate that it doesn't give my mouth the feel of freshness that brushing teeth usually does (probably because the scent isn't as strong which most people like I guess), it hasn't helped my teeth sensitivity either. Wouldn't repurchase.
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