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Jun 26, 2015

thingsthatwedo.com - marvis ginger mint toothpaste

A little while ago, NailPolishCanada.com contacted me and asked if I’d do a review on Marvis toothpaste.

Huh? Marvis?

Marvis, who?

Obviously, I had no idea what Marvis toothpaste was so I had to do a little digging. Turns out, Marvis is a particular brand of high end toothpaste with a variety of unique flavours. I agreed to try the Marvis toothpaste because I was honestly intrigued.

A special thanks to the folks at NailPolishCanada.com for giving me this opportunity to test the Marvis toothpastes.


Marvis Toothpastes?

Yes, Marvis toothpaste. I take a stroll on the nailpolishcanada.com website and found the Marvis toothpaste line. Making a decision on what to test out wasn’t easy. All the flavours sounded so interesting. From Jasmine Mint toothpaste to Amarelli Licorice toothpaste, I don’t think I’ve ever heard of toothpastes in those flavours before! I finally decided to try out the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste and the Aquatic Mint toothpaste: something a little adventurous and something a little tamer.

thingsthatwedo.com - marvis ginger mint toothpaste

At the time of this review, the hubby and I have been using the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste for at least 3 weeks and I have to say both of us really really like it! Our teeth feel clean, our gums look good, and the flavour is amazing, quite unlike anything we’ve ever tested before.

Before trying Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste, I thought all toothpaste had similar flavours. I mean, we’ve tried flavoured toothpastes before and our big kid certainly uses a variety of them, but generally speaking, the flavour profiles are pretty standard. They usually have a strong zing, you get a lot of froth, and before you know it, it’s time to spit and gargle.

The Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste has a completely different experience. Here’s what the box tells me:

thingsthatwedo.com - marvis ginger mint toothpaste

Yes, it is creamy which is weird because I would never think to use the word ‘creamy’ to describe toothpaste prior to this experience.

thingsthatwedo.com - marvis ginger mint toothpaste

It does bubble like other toothpastes, but it’s gentle and doesn’t froth like the others. The flavour also hits differently. It has a smooth minty tingle and while I’m not sure I can taste the ginger, it’s definitely got a neat kick to it. I don’t even know quite how to describe it but brushing my teeth sure has been a lot of fun since I started using it.


Out of curiosity, what ingredients are in Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste?

In case you’re wondering, here are the ingredients that went in to making the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste: glycerin, aluminum hydroxide, aqua, silica, aroma (flavor), cellulose gum, titanium dioxide, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium saccharin, sodium citrate, citric, acid, benzyl alcohol.

thingsthatwedo.com - marvis ginger mint toothpaste

Thoughts? Well, you can see the formulation of the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste uses some similar components to that of other toothpastes so it’s interesting that the flavour is so different and unique. Perhaps what sets Marvis apart from the others is the company’s choice to use a more traditional processing approach which gives it its signature taste and texture.

Verdict:

There’s no doubt that Marvis toothpaste is unique. Visit the nailpolishcanada.com website and you’ll see all the different flavours that it comes in. Take a good look at the packaging and you can see Marvis toothpaste means serious designer business. I almost feel guilty using it! The tube and toothpaste box are incredibly stylish and resembles a designer showcase piece worthy of a display shelf.

thingsthatwedo.com - marvis ginger mint toothpaste

Thank you again to the lovely folks at nailpolishcanada.com for this clean teeth experience. It was definitely an eye opening experience!

p.s. In case you want to take a look at all the different flavours on nailpolishcanada.com, see the link below:

http://www.nailpolishcanada.com/categories/marvis.html 

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