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BzzAgent Campaign Sensodyne Rapid Relief Mint Toothpaste

BzzAgent is an international network of consumers who take part in word-of-mouth campaigns for a variety of products and services. It is a membership program that gives subscribers free products to try. After trying the free products, members review and share their experiences with the campaigns to qualify for future campaigns. Short surveys will appear in your profile. Complete them to see if there are any new campaigns available. How many programs you qualify for will depend on your participation efforts and BzzScore. The more you do the higher your score.

Despite my BzzScore (had not completed surveys in a while), I got invited into the Sensodyne Rapid Relief campaign on February 1st. The product was already at my house by the 9th so I’ve tested it for over two months. I love when I have a long time to try products before the review is due. This campaign was only open to members who primarily shop at Target. Sensodyne is also the toothpaste I always purchase so this campaign was perfect for me.

A general BzzAgent card accompanies all free products.

Some boxes also have a product card to go over some important details on the product.

This one had that in the form of coupons. I love when coupons come with the product. They are for friends and family you share the Bzz with, but I like to keep at least one for myself when I love a product. There were 3 coupons when this arrived, but I cannot find the third now. My dilemma is who do you give your extra coupon to when multiple people asked you for it!

This campaign includes a full-size 3.4oz Sensodyne Rapid Relief Mint Toothpaste.

Those with a keen eye may spy that NDC (National Drug Code) on the front of the box. It is 0135-0622-01. This is a number issued by the government for regulated medications. While this is an over-the-counter toothpaste, it does have an active ingredient, fluoride. If you have a problem with fluoride, you should avoid this toothpaste.

At 0.454% of stannous fluoride, this is legal for over-the-counter toothpaste. It is one of the more concentrated versions I’ve seen. My prescription strength one that is triple that amount. The prescription is the one I use almost exclusively at night. That means I only use this one in the morning. For the sake of this review, I did stop using the night-time prescription for the first month and resumed in the second.

When it comes to teeth sensitivity, fluoride is the number one ingredient to fight it. My teeth can barely tolerate extreme heat or cold when I use toothpaste that lacks fluoride. Over the years, regular Sensodyne has worked wonders in allowing me to consume overly cold or hot items with ease. In the past year as my depression worsened, my sensitivity returned a little. That is why my dentist gave me a prescription for the evening and suggested I keep using the Sensodyne in the morning. I had upgraded to Sensodyne Pronamel for my morning toothpaste before trying this.

I like this better than Pronamel, because I was able to completely halt the evening prescription for the first month I used this. None of my sensitivity returned. This was all I needed. In the second month, I added the prescription back in to see if it made things even better. Everything seemed the same, which leads me to believe I will be fine using exclusively this once my prescription runs out. That makes me happy. At $5.79, this is a lot cheaper than my $20 prescription, too. The stannous fluoride in this toothpaste creates a protective barrier over your teeth that really works.

Once you’ve tried the product, you have activities to complete. Completing the activities helps you qualify for future programs. These are the tasks I will complete for this campaign. This one has more activities than my last mission, but I am not going to complete them all. Though I have a Snapchat and may use it at some point in the future (assuming it does not die before then), I do not really use it now. That one is not happening.

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2 comments on “BzzAgent Campaign Sensodyne Rapid Relief Mint Toothpaste

  1. Beth Tabler
    April 11, 2018

    I should give that toothpaste a try. I have bone spurs in my gums from anxiety clenching which in turn has made my teeth ultra-sensitive. I am looking for anything to make my teeth hurt less.

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  2. notcreative
    April 11, 2018

    When it comes to sensitivity from pain, I am unsure how fluoride works. If you do try it, I really hope it works. When I get a toothache, I have used Orajel to numb it. That usually works wonders. First discovered it when Xander was little. I plopped some of his on and it took most of the pain away. Then, I ended up buying some adult one. It worked even better.

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