Monday, May 10, 2010

Keeping those pearly whites....

Feeling like they are half on fire, half numb with that goofy stuff they give you at the dentist. Yes kids, I too have to brush my teeth, especially considering the nauseating amounts of nutella that reaches my chompers every day. And when it comes to my preferred teeth-cleaning product, Euthymol, a British brand, is by far my favorite. I know, you've probably never put much thought into this pretty common purchase. But for me, it's as important as Fat Free/Skim vs 2%, clicker vs remote, boys vs...

First of all, it's got a really kitschy package that I know makes the anthropologie merchandising team think: Whyyy oh Whyyy didn't we decided to stock this in our uptown vintage wish-I-was poor store?!? Second, ooooo dat taste is so adicting. It's like a cinnamon that numbs. Mmm it's delicious.

I couldn't find their website in google, and I have only seen it in stores in the UK (I bought my first tube, aka, I had my first fix, at a Boots in Brixton, London), but I have found a couple online stores that carry it...all ranging drastically in price. I recommend that if you ever find a tube reasonably price (say $5-$7), buy it! try it! and if you don't like it, well then, uhhh, send it to moi :)

Read this from the Wiki page...
Euthymol is a brand of antiseptic, fluoride-free toothpaste distributed by Johnson & Johnson that is characterised by its bright pink colour and bituminous taste. It is also notable for its packaging, which is old fashioned, having merely a pattern and the product name. The antiseptic ingredient in Euthymol is thymol. Since it is antiseptic, Euthymol can help with the prevention of mouth ulcers.



Ok well I have to go feed my other addiction, LOST, now with my nightly two-epi fix before I go to bed. Only three more Tuesday's left...

--alexis

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