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BRUSH YOUR TEETH WITH CHOCOLATE CAKE
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on June 6, 2020
I have been saying I was going to order chocolate toothpaste since I found out it existed. Sure, it's for kids. Do I care? Not one bit. Did I order it? You bet I did. Was it all that I hoped it would be? Good Lord, yes.
Flavour: This is straight up tastes like chocolate cake batter. It almost tastes wrong. Toothpaste isn't supposed to be fun, or taste good. This tastes amazing. No weird aftertaste.
Size: Medium sized tube. Two tubes. I was going to share, but nope, that's not happening.
Texture: Doesn't really foam unless you use too much. (I tested) It is more paste like than the boring old toothpaste that you can get anywhere that has no fun value and makes brushing your teeth a routine chore. Leaves a good clean feeling in your mouth, just clean. Not ...sanitized the way some of the minty toothpastes can. You could probably even drink orange juice safely after brushing your teeth, but I'm guessing here because I hate orange juice.
I admit that I found that when I crave sweets, I will now go brush my teeth instead and it quells the craving. Seriously, it does! And no, I do not do this every time, I am not THAT good at adulting. I am, however, good enough at adulting that I am not outright eating the paste.
Helpful Life Pro Tip? There is another frou-frou chocolate toothpaste for kids that is $15+ for one tube that has less toothpaste volume/weight/whatever. They taste very similar, and I prefer this one. For reasons. Get this one.
Arrived in two days: two boxed tubes taped together. No damage. It was part of a larger Amazon Prime order, though, so that's kind of cheating and your experience may be different.