Yes, I'm still thinking about dental care. Marvis has a new-ish trio of limited edition flavors, the Wonders of the World: Karakum ("...an imaginary journey across the Black Sea to Persia, Mongolian deserts and Eastern China...a sophisticated flavor that combines the finest peppermint with the sweetness of orange juice along with the enchanting and aromatic cardamom"), Royal (shown; "...luxurious trips on the orient express...combining zesty Italian lemon oil, tangerines, fragrant rose extract and nutmeg") and Rambas ("...the beaches and exotic atmospheres of tropical islands...a fruity, velvety taste that combines ripe peach and sweet pineapple with a twist of sweet alphonso mango"). $15 each at Bigelow Chemists.
I’m obsessed with Marvis. I’ll add this to the list
I can’t believe I have still never tried Marvis. I am just finishing up an anise toothpaste, maybe I will one of these next. I wish they left out the SLS though.
Yep. The SLS is a deal breaker for me since I’m highly sensitive to it in toothpaste. I would have bought these in a heartbeat otherwise.
Yeah, it’s surprising that more “high end” brands aren’t going SLS-free. It is not a deal breaker for me, but I wouldn’t use an SLS toothpaste every day.
I switch randomly between Marvis, Jason and tooth tabs.
Have you tried their Licorice flavour? I think it might be my favourite
That was in the 7-piece set I got from Sephora. I have not tried the Amarilli Licorice or Jasmin Mint or Cinnamon but have since bought more of and used all the other flavors.
It’s the only toothpaste I use any more. Well, I’m getting to the bottom of a small tube of their Ginger, but otherwise it’s Amarelli Licorice all the way. It’s an extravagance but I don’t care: it’s the best-tasting toothpaste I’ve ever used.
I was GOING to say that peppermint and orange sounds nasty, but then I remembered my grandmother’s favorite Christmas treat: you put one of those porous candy cane sticks into an orange and suck the juice out that way. That was not nasty. It was weird, but it was definitely not nasty.
Yes — we used to do that! I had forgotten. But I also like most citrus mint combos, in perfume and in food. Plus, cardamom — which is why that’s the toothpaste I want most, although rose and nutmeg is a close second.
Marvis has been my toothpaste of choice for a few years now. I get a few tubes at a time, especially when we drive over the border to Italy because it’s made there and much cheaper to boot! – it’s sold in convenience stores over there!. Ginger Mint, please and thank you.
I am going to be in various parts of Europe (Brussels, Amsterdam, Köln, and Stockholm) in a couple of months, and I am going to relentlessly hunt these down: if Royal smells particularly rosy, I’m buying backup tubes. Marvis makes the best toothpaste I’ve ever used.