Wicked Fresh

It’s been a long time since I tried a new toothpaste. My last three or four tubes of toothpaste have been Biotene. I like it. It works. No problem.

But then I saw a new Tom’s of Maine flavor called “Wicked Fresh”. How could I not buy it? My difficulty with Tom’s of Maine paste is that it has kind of a weak flavor. The gel formulations are stronger, but I never see them in stores. So when I saw a formula that was specifically made to be stronger-tasting, I was excited. When I saw it was peppermint, I was less excited. It’s not my favorite.

The toothpaste is good. It is very strong-tasting. It foams well. And it has fluoride. I won’t stop using it (as I have some other test subjects). But once it’s gone, I think I’ll go back to Biotene. Unless I find something else in the meantime.

Eye-catching box.  It's white instead of tan.

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6 Responses to Wicked Fresh

  1. Lauren says:

    I bet that flavor is really popular in Boston among the wicked smaht people.

  2. Beth says:

    Burt’s Bees is making toothpaste now. Have you seen it?

    It probably tastes like pomegranate and honeycomb, though.

  3. Peggy says:

    But was it wicked fresh?

    I’d like for you to try this product & of course give us a report.

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B00159LM8Y/ref=nosim/aap-001-10-20

    • Jill says:

      My dad carries this in his specialty pharmacy and uses it at home. I tried it once. YUCK. You basically chew what looks like coconut flakes, but tastes like soap flakes. You’re left with a not-so-fresh soap taste. Super gross.

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