Affordable sensitivity relief
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I use 5 toothpastes at points in my life lol, I have extreme sensitivity at times and it can’t be helped for now. This is the one that I use daily together with Colgate and Grant’s propolis. Wonderful product, great flavour and teeth feel nice and clean and less sensitive after.
Best sensitive toothpaste
At long last a sensitive toothpaste that tastes great, doesn't burn your mouth and works! I also like it because it is Australian made and a good price . I will buy it again.
Purchased in September 2020 for $599.00.
Fixed my deep filling ache. Highly Recommend
I have one deep filling and it fixed the ache and now I have no pain at all. I have tried many sensitive toothpaste one come close but Cedel Sensitive Toothpaste is the best.
Purchased in January 2020 at Woolworths.
Australian Made Toothpaste
I started buying Cedal a few years ago when I realised it was the only Australian Made toothpaste. We buy both the sensitive for me and the green one for the rest of the family including the kids.
Reduces sensitivity and cleans my teeth well. Dentist is happy with my teeth and I feel happy that I am supporting Australian Made.
No side effects.
I would reccomend to anyone wanting a good sensitive toothpaste that is also made in Australia.
Purchased in May 2020 at Woolworths Online store for $5.00.
Cedel Sensitive- GREAT!
Having used it for years (at 79, still have my own teeth - tribute enough on its own!), I highly recommend it. Tastes fine, and is very effective in diminishing sensitivity.
Purchased at Woolworths.
Cedel - still made in Australia
Cedal Sensitive toothpaste - It is great, works well, half the price of Sensodyne which is too expensive and made in Thailand and no longer works as well. Woolworths at Batemans Bay do stock it From reading this I shall now buy the product direct from Cedel.
CEDEL AUSSIE MADE SENSITIVE TOOTHPASTE EXCELLENT 5 STARS
I Have been using Macleans sensitive toothpaste for a few years with no problems, apart from being made in Thailand but early this year the local Woolworths stopped selling it. I used to have to go to Coles to get the Macleans sensitive toothpaste until I found Cedel sensitive Toothpaste and made in Australia too.. I will continue to use the CEDEL sensitive toothpaste as it does the job plus i like to buy Australian made products [even though most companies are owned overseas] If You check the actual box the different toothpaste's come in, the...y will have the country its made in. Most are from Thailand now. My Son found the toothpaste He had bought recently had been made in India. Many toothpaste's do NOT have where its made on the tube... Lee 68autobug Inexpensive, Australian made and owned company, it works well,
Our household has been using Cedel toothpaste for many years. I have very sensitive teeth and the Sensitive toothpaste gives me much needed relief. It also does not have harmful additives that some of the other wellknown brands have. Also, it's Australian and it's a fairer more affordable price than others.
Cedel has kept my teeth in good condition past my retirement age, so it'll do me.
Effective, inexpensive, Australian
Cedel Sensitive Toothpaste
This stuff is unbeatable. It has that classic, clean mint taste unlike other toothpastes that tast like a mint and sugar concoction.I had terribly sensitive teeth to the point I couldn't even eat/drink anything either hot or cold for a week. I even resorted to going to the dentist because I thought my tooth was cracked! Turns out it was just sensitive, and this is the only thing that has stopped it.
I find that if you rub a little of this on the affected tooth just before bed and leave it on, it helps even more.
You can use it even witho...ut tooth sensitivity - I just put my Mum onto this and she loves it too. Also, the volume ingredients of this toothpaste are identical to the major leading brand of sensitive toothpaste but minus the medicinal flavour, toungue numbness and hefty price. I use this and it feels like I have just had my teeth professionally cleaned.
Cedel Cleans Teeth doesn't make Tongue numb
So many toothpastes don't clean very well at all. They try to fix this problem by adding excessive amounts of chemical to deaden your tongue so that when you feel your teeth they feel clean.
To test if your toothpaste does this clean your teeth then eat something with a moderately but not too delicate taste. Some toothpastes are so strong that the effect can go on for days. Cedel normal does not do this. Amway is the only other one just as good.
It cleans well. Not expensive.
I love Cedel sensitive toothpaste I have been use for a long time
Ceded is very affordable I'm on age pension and I struggle with money this toothpaste is the most affordable and very affective for my teeth what's left of them. Can you suggest where I can by the product? I take my cedel toothpaste when I go to the hospital for health reason. Regards. Lina
The menthol, easy to brush, no pain,gental to clean smell very plesant, very very very very inexpensive .
A unable to by the ceded paste
This is the best toothpaste on the market but where has it gone??
I love this toothpaste but can't find it anywhere - it is just as good as the other hugely over priced brands but the supermarkets don't seem to stock it anymore - please bring it back - we need to ask our local supermarkets to support Australian and stock this great toothpaste...bring it back!!
It really works, it's Australian and it's affordable.
It's do hard to find these days on the supermarket shelves of Coles and Woolworths.
Woolworths - where has it gone too
I have used this Cedel Senitive Toothpaste for years and have found the product wonderful, the result & price are great. The problem now is I'm not able to find Cedel Sensitive Toothpaste in the Supermarkets locally....why is that. Please, all you Big Supermarkets get Cedel Sentivite back on the shelves. Maybe Cedel need to advertise.
The result, price and it's Australian owned
I can't buy the toothpaste, know one is stocking it anymore.
Why is it so difficult to find in supermarkets
The ingredients are the same as more expensive brands and have the required effect on my teeth. Brushing with Cedal sensitive makes eating enjoyable. I suspect that supermarkets dont make enough profits from this item so let their orders lapse. Shame on them. It is a necessary and affordable item for many of us.
Effective and affordable.
Hard to find anything wrong with it.
A mild, effective paste which cleans and freshens without the burning sensation I experience with other toothpastes and is suitable for other family members too.
I suffer from lichen planus which is a gum disorder that makes your gums very sensitive to strong flavours such as chili, curry and peppermint. Cedel Sensitive is the only toothpaste I can use without causing gum irritation. Brilliant!
Often hard to obtain as not all supermarkets stock it
Questions & Answers
What are the main ingredients in cedel that help with the sensitivity?
Does this product contact SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate)?
I used cedel sensitive ,but now I'm in NZ.
If it is possibility to pay from here and if you can delyvery in New Zealand , and how much will cost all pakige.
Thank you kindly,
Google Cedal toothpaste & buy from the manufacturer direct - I do !! Buy in bulk
Yes, Look at: http://www.cedel.com.au/product/93390/
as You can Buy direct from cedel from their website.
I hope that helps you find Your Cedel sensitive toothpaste in New Zealand
The more You buy in one order makes it cheaper per item
Get an answer from our members
Cedel Sensitive contains both potassium nitrate and sodium monofluorophosphate as its active ingredients. These work together to help provide relief from pain or discomfort that occurs after consuming particularly hot or cold foods or drinks.
The addition of fluoride helps protect and strengthen teeth enamel. There is no added sugar or preservatives. Additionally, none of the ingredients in this Sensitive toothpaste contain animal ingredients, and they're not tested on animals, either.
At $4.69, this is also an affordable toothpaste for sensitive teeth.
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