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Saturday, January 12, 2013

The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpastes

The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Cupcake flavour toothpaste
Mint! Spearmint, extra mint, mint with mint! As a kid I always remember having Strawberry toothpaste, sure it tasted nothing at all like a strawberry but it was different from the normal peppermint flavour that seems to be all the flavours I get the choice of now. Don’t get me wrong here, I wouldn’t clean the toilet with half of what you are about to see let alone my teeth! But never the less there are some very strange toothpastes out there indeed! So without further ado I bring you…
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Bacon Flavour Toothpaste
10 – Bacon Flavour (£2.85)–(source)
Seriously! I love my bacon just as much as the next person, but bacon flavour toothpaste,  Come on! I just had to include it in this list because of the pure shock value and the fact that it is real and cheap as chips to buy!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Ice Cream Toothpaste
9 – Ice Cream Flavour (£3.80)–(source)
Are you going on holiday in the sun? Well why not pack some of this rather cool sounding Ice-Cream flavour toothpaste! Perfect for the kids, perfect for holiday time and it doesn’t cost the earth. Sounded good to me anyway!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Charcoal Flavored Toothpaste
8 –Charcoal Flavour (£19.42)–(source)
Here is a strange one for you, this charcoal toothpaste is from Korea and believe it or not charcoal really is its main ingredient! Strange indeed and a little pricey but apparently one of the best toothpastes in the world! Certainly an unusual one for sure.
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Chocolate Flavored Toothpaste
7 – Chocolate Flavour (£1.10)–(source)
Here is an odd one for you, this product was in fact sold as a toothpaste but in the early 90′s was in fact downgraded to a liquid candy sweet! But while it is a little retro it is still a toothpaste in most sense of the word, but it has zero cleaning properties for your teeth!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Clove and sweet orange flavour toothpaste
6 – Clove & Sweet Orange Flavour (£4.02)–(source)
Handmade via an ETSY seller is this rather great sounding clove and orange flavour! I thought it was one of the better sounding ones and seems to be 100% vegan as well!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Cupcake flavour toothpaste
5 – Cupcake Flavour  (£2.85)–(source)
While it might sound like a great flavour for a toothpaste I suspect it won’t taste anything like it and taste more like the paper wrapping of a cup cake! But for that price it is well worth a go for sure!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Licorice Flavoured Toothpaste
4 – Licorice Flavour (£3.03)–(source)
I have to admit I am not the biggest fan of this flavour, but it is this high up the list because this flavour well-known to invoke strong reactions thanks to it containing glycyrrhizin! Add to that, licorice is well known to pack a punch when it comes to bacteria and plaque!!!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Pomegranate Flavoured Toothpaste
3 – Pomegranate Flavour (£3.48)–(source)
If you think Pomegranates are just a plain old fruit it is time to think again! It is in fact a super fruit! Containing not only antioxidant powers but also antimicrobial potential as well!  This means that with all those microcosm of your mouth, it can do a super move and knock out the bacteria that lead to gingivitis! Super fruit! More like Mega fruit!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Orange Flavour Toothpaste
2 – Orange Flavour (£3.48)–(source)
Fruit and toothpaste seems to go quite well together and this orange flavoured one ticks all the right boxes for me, it sounds like a great taste, and is specially made for sensitive kids teeth!
The World’s Top 10 Most Unusual Toothpaste
Marmite Flavoured Toothpaste
1 – Love it of hate it! (£9.00)–(source)
For me it just doesn’t get any better than this! Yes it is real, yes it tastes of Marmite and believe it or not the yeast extract is in fact good for your teeth! Sounds good enough to eat.
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