Crest Vivid White Fluoride Toothpaste
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Crest Vivid White Fluoride Toothpaste Reviews

4.5/5
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5 reviews
Ranked #80 out of 110 in Teeth Whitening

Provides Dentist Recommended BenefitsFluoride Toothpaste For Anticavity, Antigigivitis and Sensitive Teeth.With regular brushing, Crest Pro-Health provides these benefits: Fight Cavities Fights Plaque Fight Gingivitis Builds Increasing Protection Against Painful Sensitivity Fights Tartar Whitens Teeth by Removing Surface Stains and Inhibiting Tartar Buildup Freshens Breath

Average Price:  $4.19

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August 18, 2015


I gave it a try and it took awhile for it to start working, but I have noticed that my teeth have gotten whiter. I drink coffee and have still seen an improvement.

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September 10, 2014


Totally works! My bf and I use this toothpaste, and it works awesome. We both notice our teeth looking whiter in a couple days. And you can actually feel it working. I did notice a little sensitivity, but I can deal for white teeth, lol. I wouldn't recommend this for kids, as it's a strong mint flavor.



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April 10, 2013


I have been using this for at least 2 years. good minty taste, and using it with the mouth wash, I think it does whiten your teeth a little. definitely worth trying if you are in the market for a new toothpaste

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May 18, 2010


THIS IS A REVIEW FOR THE COMPLETE VIVID WHITE TOOTHPASTE REGIMEN, I.E. Vivid White and Vivid White Night together (I'm only saying this, because I don't want to get into trouble for posting the same review twice, but I feel like since I use them together, it's difficult to write about them separately).

Alright, so about three weeks ago I bought Crest Vivid White and Crest Vivid White Night toothpaste. I do not drink coffee, I do not drink dark colored soft drinks, and I do not smoke. That being said, I don't floss, and I used to drink a lot of Iced Tea. My tooth enamel is relatively thin because of acid wear and I have some fillings in my teeth, the ones that are dyed to the shade of your teeth at the time (which by the way is part of how I know it's working). I used this dual toothpaste regimen for about a week before I started getting desperate for quicker results.

My brother got married last weekend, and so I ended up adding Crest Daily Multi-Care Whitening Strips to my oral hygiene routine. However, in the first week I did notice improvements that I was very pleased with (and if I'd had more time before the wedding) I could have waited and just used those two toothpastes.

I recommend the Vivid White toothpaste to be used with its night time counterpart! You may be thinking "Why would I buy two when one does the job almost just as well? I'd be paying twice as much!" ...Well, that's true. But consider this. You're paying for two tubes of paste, and you're using two tubes of paste. Which means it's kind of like buying only one... Except because you're using both, you're getting better results. Because you aren't using one toothpaste morning and again at night, you get more days usage out of each tube. Also, the night time formula is meant to penetrate the teeth to fish out deeper stains which you then brush away in the morning with the toothpaste which I believe is meant for more surface staining.

I like that these two toothpastes don't look exactly alike, I don't have to make sure I'm grabbing the right one because the night time one is darker and has a dark blue lid instead of a white one. I got Vivid White in the "refreshing mint" flavor and Vivid White Night in the "revitalizing mint" flavor. For anyone that has used the Crest Healthy Radiance kit, which is a whitening toothpaste and some weekly strips, the revitalizing mint tastes exactly like that. Taste wise, the night time toothpaste I chose tastes better than the morning time one, thought the "refreshing mint" tastes good too.

Notes:
-make sure to keep them standing up so the clear gunk/blue gunk comes out at the same time as the white paste
-use /both/ of them every day
-do not swallow! It doesn't burn, but it kind of makes your throat tingle uncomfortably (I know it says don't swallow on them, it was an accident).

I definitely recommend these to anyone else who's trying to amp up their smile a bit. If you need quicker results, try using strips too. It worked for me, but now I'm giving my somewhat sensitive teeth a break from the strips until I need them again and I'm just going on with the toothpastes. I've been doing that since Sunday night (it's Tuesday today) and my sensitivity has disappeared even though these are not sensitivity toothpastes.

I really hope that helps!

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April 08, 2009


I love this toothpaste. My teeth are not yellow or anything, but I like the extra whiteness that using a whitening toothpaste can give your smile (Plus I am an avid coffee and tea drinker so I like to do what I can to make sure my pearly whites stay, well, pearly white). This toothpaste makes me wonder why anyone spends more on expensive white strips, or cosmetic bleaching. It works wonders on my teeth. Every time I start using it again people ask me if I’ve had my teeth whitened! It is to be used in the night because the idea is that is whitens your teeth as you sleep and you “brush away stains” in the morning. I think it really does do what it says.

I have also tried the regular Vivid White (not the night version) but have been disappointed – I don’t think it works quite as well. I like the Invigorating Mint flavour (I think that’s what it’s called) but in any event, stay away from the Moonlight Mint Flavour. It’s such a weird taste you will not be compelled to use it night after night, and how will the toothpaste really do its thing if you’re not using it? (But of course taste is obviously completely subjective…)

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