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Colgate Oral Hygiene Products / Incorrect information to general public!

1 India Review updated:

Colgate Palmolive is incorrectly informing general Indian public that:

Salt is useful for teeth,

Their tooth paste and powders keep on fighting jerms long after the teeth were brushed - my comment: "the effect of any tooth paste or powder is lost the moment it is gargled out. Incorrect information by Colgate makes general public think that they do not need to brush teeth or gargle after they eat later after brushing teeth with Colgate tooth paste."

Their recent advertisement shows as if Calcium can mask teeth and makes new enamel. The animation in advertisement is too incorrect to any scientific criteria and many people will be fooled to think that Colgate tooth paste is repairing their tooth enamel.

Doctors (actors in Doctor's attire) promoting Colgate oral products in CP' advertisements suggest to general public that Colgate products are approved by Medical fraternity. - What MCI has to say about this?

Surprisingly ASCI site is no longer reachable. All ranking posts of this organization are chaired by Colgate and executives of top Indian companies.

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  • Yv
      13th of Sep, 2009
    0 Votes

    Dear Sir/Madam.

    After buying your Colgate battery operated toothbrush of which I had for about a year after many battery changes, I decided to buy another one. This lasted only for about 1 week, I took it back to Boots The Chemist in the U.K. Where I was visting, it was exchanged for a new 1. This has lasted about 5 weeks also with battery changes, and is now not working at all.

    I am just sorry that at the time of the exchange I did not add more money and buy a different product.

    I am now saying to asks, please don't buy this battery toothbrush, it's not a good product.

    Yours Sincerely.

    Yvonne Fernandez.

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