So, as I mentioned earlier, the first thing you notice about LOVEBYT toothpaste is that it tastes a bit different than more traditional options. And this isn't just the cinnamon and clove talking. Even the peppermint flavour had a sharper, less intimidating taste. I would have to imagine this comes from the lack of sweeteners and other ingredients stuffed into other tubes. It took a bit of getting used to, but it began to grow on me after a few days.
The brushing experience itself also felt different. It felt cleaner. While a more traditional toothpaste brings a fluffy, foamy mess, the LOVEBYT options didn't. Although I never really realised how annoying the sloppier, pastier feel was, the cleaner texture of LOVEBYT was certainly welcome. Older more traditional toothpaste is like watching an old-school 22-episode series of TV; LOVEBYT is more of a gripping six-episode binge on Netflix.
Finally, the smooth sensation that followed the brushing was probably the best part. It's like that shiny feeling you get when you've gone to the dentist and know your smile has gotten a little TLC from a professional.
Look, there's no denying that the taste of LOVEBYT is probably a bit different than that of your normal toothpaste. But within a couple days I didn't give it a second thought. It's a small price to pay to remove nasty additives from an important part of your everyday life
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