Back in June 2015, I did a review on the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste. I had received it from the folks at NailPolishCanada.com. At that time, the hubby and I both really liked the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste but I don’t think we really realized how much we appreciated it until it was all done and we tried a different type of toothpaste.
The hubby literally begged me to test out the second flavour that NailPolishCanada.com sent me. For this review, we’re taking a look at the Marvis Aqua Mint toothpaste.
Wait, I think I hear the hubby jumping for joy….
What’s the Big Deal with Marvis toothpaste?
It’s interesting, before trying the Marvis toothpaste, the hubby and I were completely indifferent to it. After we tried the Ginger Mint, we liked it, we were impressed by it, but that’s as far as it went. It wasn’t until we tested a different brand of toothpaste that we realized how much we’d missed Marvis.
You see, the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste has a certain creamy texture but it also has a bit of grit to it. It’s almost like I put baking soda in to my toothpaste but I then jazzed it up with some seriously unique and intriguing flavours. The toothpaste bubbles but it’s different than other brands. We didn’t realize how different Marvis was compared to other brands until we did the switch. That same night, the hubby says, ‘Darn! I miss the Marvis toothpaste’ and then added a few choice words for the current brand we were testing out.
As you can imagine the Marvis Aqua Mint toothpaste doesn’t disappoint. It worked just as well as the other Marvis toothpaste and the flavour is equally unique if not more so. In fact, it’s so unique, I don’t even know how quite to explain the flavour profile. It’s minty but it has a floral note to it (but not like a rose or a lily. Gosh, I can’t put my finger on it!). I don’t know if ‘aqua’ would smell or taste like that but whatever it is, it’s pretty neat and the hubby and I both like it.
Product review: what ingredients are in Marvis Aqua Mint toothpaste?
Here are the ingredients that went in to making the Marvis Aqua Mint toothpaste: glycerin, aluminum hydroxide, aqua, silica, aroma (flavor), cellulose gum, titanium dioxide, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium saccharin, sodium citrate, citric, acid, hydroxycitronella, farnesol, benzyl alcohol.
The ingredients are similar to those used in the Marvis Ginger Mint toothpaste with the exception of the hydroxycitronella and farnesol which I’m going to guess is the reason for its unique flavour profile.
Like I said before and I’ll say it again, the folks at Marvis must have set out to make aunique toothpaste because that is exactly what this is. Marvis toothpaste is unique and is like nothing else we’ve ever tried. Everything from the design to the packaging to the taste is profoundly different than anything else on our supermarket shelves. A big thanks to nailpolishcanada.com for sending it my way to test. Visit their website and you’ll see a ton of other flavours. I simply can’t wrap my head around it!
To learn more about Marvis toothpaste, visit http://www.nailpolishcanada.com/categories/marvis.html
Visit the Marvis website by clicking here.
To read my earlier review of their Ginger Mint toothpaste, click on the link below:
Posted June 25, 2015: Have you heard of Marvis Ginger Mint Toothpaste?
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