Kills millions of bad breath germs in laboratory tests
Fights cavities and tartar
Gently removes surface stains for whiter teeth
Leaves breath feeling minty fresh
Trial/Travel Size: Yes
Health Facts: Contains fluoride, paraben-free
Active Ingredient Strength Value: .21 ounces
Product Form: Paste
Primary Active Ingredient: Fluoride
Package Quantity: 1
Item Number (DPCI): 049-04-0054
Get the freshness of Scope in a toothpaste. Crest + Scope Complete Whitening Toothpaste has the benefits of Crest toothpaste with the addition of Scope freshness. Kill millions of bad breath germs* and leave your breath feeling minty and refreshed. Regular brushing with fluoride toothpaste helps prevent tooth decay by slowing the breakdown of enamel and increases the rate of the remineralization process. This toothpaste fights cavities and tartar build-up. This teeth whitening toothpaste gently removes surface stains to help whiten your teeth. *in laboratory tests
A product that either carries an unqualified on-pack statement indicating that the product is free from phthalates, or carries an unqualified on-pack statement "no phthalates."
A product that either carries an unqualified on-pack statement indicating that the product is free from parabens, or carries an unqualified on-pack statement "no parabens."
A product that either makes an unqualified on-pack statement indicating that it does not contain aluminum, or carries an unqualified on-pack statement "no aluminum" or "aluminum-free."
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I purchased Crest Complete Minty Fresh Striped thinking it would be the same flavor as Crest Complete Dualblast Mint. WRONG!! Why does Crest continually change their toothpaste flavors? I would really like to find the original, non-gel, non-striped toothpaste, but, alas, you don't seem to make that anymore. I now have two tubes to donate to some charity, if they will accept it. Why don't you try to make a Spearmint flavor?
1 reply from The Crest Team team - 4 months ago
We're sorry to hear you're not a fan of the Crest Complete Whitening + Scope Minty Fresh, Jerry, but we'd love to help you find the Crest toothpaste you're looking for! Please give us a call at (800) 492-7378.
I've been using Crest toothpaste pretty exclusively for years. Right away when squeezing the paste out of the tube I noticed that this is thinner than the other Crest toothpastes we've used. It tastes fine and leaves the mouth feeling clean, however this freshness doesn't last very long. I don't know if it's the aftertaste of the toothpaste itself, but both my husband I noticed after about an hour that our mouths tasted stale. Like when you wake up from a long nap. Not pleasant. We've been using this product for about 4 days now and we are considering replacing it already. We bought a two-pack and I am annoyed that we wasted our money on this.
Please bring back the Citrus Splash flavor with Whitening Scope. It was an great toothpaste that suited all of my wants and needs in a tooth paste. I think mint is gross and am perplexed why that flavor is synonymous with dental care. It makes no sense that it is near impossible to find a non-mint toothpaste flavor that meets adults needs. Citrus Splash was an all-star of a toothpaste and as it appears was a favorite of many. Bring it back!
Most whitening toothpastes end up hurting my gums. When I realized that they weren't restocking the Citrus flavor, I bought as many as I could get my hands on. I quite literally went to 8 different stores trying to stock up. I've now been out of my favorite toothpaste for at least a year. PLEEEASE bring it back.
Please please please bring this toothpaste back!!!
5 out of 5 stars
I hate mint - 1 year ago
originally posted on crest.com
Please please please bring this toothpaste back!!! As said by many others, this is the ONLY toothpaste I can use that doesn’t make me feel ill. My teeth are seriously lacking from a good brushing... I threw up this morning trying to brush with some brands’ vanilla mint toothpaste. I don’t think you realize the difficulties people with gag/nausea issues have with mint toothpaste.