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I know what you’re thinking. Old man toothpaste!
I can’t believe that I forgot I was going write about toothpaste since about a month ago. I’ve been so busy focusing on a lot of other things, that I stopped writing self improvement guides. Well anyways, this toothpaste is so good, it brings a smile to my face (pardon the pun).
I’ve only ever used since childhood, brands like Colgate, Crest, and Aquafresh. I don’t have any complaints about those brands. They’re pretty good, and everybody uses them. Swipe with the brush from the gums and outwards for the best effect.
So about a year ago, I switched to Sensodyne, and what used to take 15 to 20 swipes to clean my teeth, I’d accomplish the same with 10 when using Sensodyne. It’s the silky smooth feel on the surface of my teeth that I’m using as a benchmark.
So what happens if you don’t have sensitive teeth? Is it necessary to switch to Sensodyne?
Sensodyne uses potassium nitrate, a special ingredient that applies a mild sedative effect to the areas around the gums. It’s those areas around the gums that transmit pain anytime something cold comes into contact with them. This is why people with sensitive teeth use Sensodyne. But even if you don’t have sensitive teeth, there aren’t really any downsides to using Sensodyne.
So there you go you silly whippersnappers, the old man’s guide to excellent toothpasting. It’s really really good.
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