For a long while I've used supermarket 'safe' toothpastes like Colgate, Aquafresh and Oral B. Corsodyl has always been overlooked because 1.It is expensive, and 2. It seems targeted for people with oral problems. I've never had any dental work, or dental issues, but surely if the toothpaste helps those with bad breath/ poor teeth, it would make mine shine.
With my logic baking my idea I bought Corsodyl for £3.95 in my local Morrisons supermarket.
Firstly, I like the clean, green packaging and the picture of peppermint leaves gave me some satisfaction that it was a more natural way to clean my teeth. The advertising part of Corsodyl don't seem too bothered with silly statements, or hyperbole. They let the product speak for itself.
Firstly, it's green and comes out looking like a specialist toothpaste in my eyes.
It tastes completely different to other toothpastes I've used in the past. Very minty, but also slightly acidic, and less sweet than other toothpastes. You might not consider toothpaste as 'sweet', but compared to Corsodyl, the other brands were creamy and sugary.
My mouth, and teeth felt very clean, and I couldn't stop licking my front teeth.
The ingredients listed are mostly natural, which gives me hope that it is different to other toothpastes, and not just a marketing strategy.
That said, it does have a rather silly example of 'customer satisfaction' before and after using the toothpaste. I'm guessing they were trying to put their point across, but it was a little uneccessary in my eyes.
The makers of the toothpaste seem aware, however that Corsodyl is distinctly different to other toothpastes. Like I said, the taste is somewhat unusual, and does take some getting used to.
After brushing I felt a minty freshness and a genuine difference in the 'feel' of my mouth. Like most toothpaste's you only need a small amount for a thorough clean, and you'll have fresh breath too.
I've switched from the popular toothpastes to this more natural kind. You can taste, feel, but mostly see the difference, and after using Corsodyl morning and night, I can feel the difference, give it a try and see how you fare with this brand.