Monday, December 19, 2005

Aim Toothpaste

When I was a kid, my family only used Aim toothpaste for our dental care needs. As I got older, I switched to Colgate Total Plus Whitening, and loved it, but on my last shopping trip I decided to try Aim again, mostly owing to its low low price. Well, I'm not fully satisfied. Aim is really foamy. Too foamy. Also, since it's a gel and has no paste-like qualities, there's no paste grit, and I feel like my teeth aren't getting as clean as they did with Colgate. I'll stick with it until the tube runs out, but after that, back to Colgate I go.

Aim toothpaste - C

7 comments:

ryan d said...

My dad only uses AIM. He buys most of his hygiene products at the family dollar. It's quite shameful because goodness knows the man is not poor.

amanda's brother said...

I switched away from Aim when I discovered that it did not have the ADA seal of approval. Ten years after making said switch, I am now gaining a dentist as a father-in-law. Coincidence?

equippedtofascinate said...

I also used AIM while growing up and then switched Colgate Total plus whitening. Scary, huh?

Chargenda said...

I usually buy a different brand of toothpaste every time I buy it. I like to mix it up. I do this a lot with shampoo as well. But I won't change brands on shaving cream and deoderant. I think I need to blog about Aveeno shaving cream now...

Kate said...

ooh, I love Aveeno!

Dustin J. Harder said...

I cant help it, I buy rthe cheap shit. Unless I had a really nice paycheck, then i spring for the goods.

beetlecat said...

I'm not brand loyal on many things. I but a lot of generic and cheap brands. But when it comes to toothpaste... gotta be Crest.