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Anticavity formula features their favorite Star Wars? characters so brushing time feels more like playtime.
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Do Crest Toothpastes Contain Gluten?No current Crest toothpaste contains gluten.
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I think this is a great product. My children and myself tried this toothpaste, we love the bubblegum taste! Crest has always put out great products even when I was I kid. I would recommend this flavor to any parent that has kids, especially if your children don't like to brush their teeth because of the taste of their toothpaste, the bubblegum flavor should motivate them for sure!
Yes, I recommend this product.
Yes!!! My 7 year old loves the flavor of this toothpaste so much that she begs to brush her teeth after every.single.meal. HA! Excellent news for those parents who have a hard time persuading to brush.
I think that this toothpaste will be a big hit with your kids. I have a 3, a 5, and an 8 year old. I should note that the 5 year old is very picky. I am not including photos of my kids, because I am not sure they would feel comfortable with that, but I can give you the play by play.Abby (3 year old) steps up to brush her teeth and she immediately loves the reddish pink color. She begins to brush her teeth and exclaims, "It's Yummy!" She has been using it ever since.Connor (8 year old) steps up to brush his teeth, and he finishes in 20 seconds. He says it is very good, and I tell him to continue brushing his teeth because 20 seconds is not enough time to get them all clean. He finishes and again lets me know that the toothpaste tasted very good.Logan (my picky 5 year old) steps up and says, "I'm not going to like it", but I insist on him trying it. He tries it and say, "Dad, It is yucky, I like the blue kind." So he finished with Crest Kid's Blue Bubblegum toothpaste. Essentially it is the same toothpaste, but BLUE tastes a lot better.All in all, I would say that your kids will most likely enjoy this toothpaste, UNLESS they are very picky and feel that certain colors taste better than others. In Logan's case, blue is his favorite color.I recommend this product.
This toothpaste is great. Every time I use it makes me want a piece of bubble gum. The kids really like it and refuse to use the minty toothpastes. I also like that the lid is designed for it to stand up and down. It cleans well and the cool stars wars picture makes it especially fun for little kids.
My kiddos aren’t fans of plain looking toothpaste. They want something fun, interesting and cool. Crest Star Wars designed toothpaste won them over. They love the outside but my wife and I love what’s inside. The kids didn’t complain about the taste, in fact said it was nice and their teeth were left smooth and shiny.
My son loves it. He loves that it has Star Wars characters on it. He likes the bubble-gum flavor, that it's not too "spicy." He also says he enjoys the scent, as well as it being smooth on his tongue and teeth. It doesn't burn his tongue and he's able to brush the areas where he's lost teeth. We'll be buying this again.