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Reddit mentions of Floss - Cupcake Dental

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Floss - Cupcake Dental
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Turn a boring nightly routine into a party in your mouth with Cupcake Floss! Be careful though, the delicious frosting flavor might turn you into a flossaholic! Each 2-1/2" tall plastic dispenser contains 27.3 yards of waxed floss
Height0.799999999184 Inches
Length2.899999997042 Inches
Number of items12
Release dateJanuary 2021
Size1 Count (Pack of 1)
Weight0.2 Pounds
Width2.899999997042 Inches

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u/escapingmars · 15 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Aww shit, my time to shine! I've been super interested in this topic too. Unfortunately I haven't found a great plethora of stuff, but I'll share what I know.

First of all, the biggest thing that I've learned is that people are exceedingly dispassionate about their oral care. There are some neat toothpastes/rinses out there, but finding a floss that isn't mint, or a toothbrush that doesn't have what I like to call the 'sport shoe aesthetic', is pretty hard.

My biggest tip is to look for stuff that is marketed to kids. Once I started doing that, I found all kinds of quirky stuff I wanted to try. A search on Amazon or eBay for kids toothpaste or mouthwash gave me some great western options. For asian products, a search on KoreaDepart for 'tooth' or 'mouth' yielded the best results for me.

Here's some products I've found, not all of them will be AB though.


  • Marvis. They have 7 flavors and you can get a sampler pack to try all of them, which I did. Jasmine is definitely the standout flavor, although I also enjoyed the Cinnamon and Liquorice a lot. Ginger I thought would be interested but I didn't taste much ginger in it.
  • A'pieu I Love Teeth. 3 flavors, I have the Applemint one but I haven't tried it yet.
  • Rucipello. 3 flavors, I've not tried any but I was interested in the tropical ocean flavor.
  • Supersmile. 5 flavors, was most curious about the Mandarin one.
  • Aekyong 2080 Line Friends. 3 flavors.
  • Tom's of Maine has some cool flavors.
  • Hello Oral Care, more kids flavors.
  • Theodent Chocolate Chip that I thought looked amazing.
  • Aekyung 2080 Cheong-En Tea.
  • LG has a bunch of salt/bamboo flavors.
  • Himalaya Herbals ayurvedic toothpaste.


  • Rucipello, same flavors as the toothpaste. The vials are only 100 mL though, so not sure is it worth the money.
  • ACT has a pretty good range of flavors.
  • Tropicana Coconut Oil Pulling Mouthwash. Oil pulling is a thing, so there are lots of other natural type brands that have something like this.
  • Diamond Whites Black Edition, similar to above but with charcoal. Again, lots of natural brands carry something like this.
  • Eau de Bouche ginger mouthwash that I found just now.
  • Propolinse Propolis mouthwash.
  • Propolinse Sakura mouthwash.
  • Auromere Ayurvedic mouthwash.
  • Happy Mouth Lemonade kids mouthwash.
  • Nature's Gate Raspberry mouthwash.


    The above is what I've had the best time finding, other stuff is a little harder to come by.

    Flavored floss is a pretty hard find, I have a cranberry flavored one from Radius but I can't recommend it because it doesn't taste like much, and it will shred in your mouth if you have tight teeth. There are water flossers, or those little stick flossers, but I'm not super keen on those. There's this cupcake floss that I thought about trying.

    For whitening products, I found the most selection with Crest Whitestrips. There are other ways to do it, such as whitening gels with trays etc., I just like the options you have with Crest. I'm looking at grabbing the Gentle Routine kit, since I already have sensitive teeth and the sensitivity from whitening strips was always my biggest hurdle. Opalescence has some flavors of whitening gel, but it looks hardcore so I don't know much about it. This site looks like it sells to dentists, so exercise some caution here.

    For toothbrushes, I was never able to find a non-electric non-drugstore toothbrush that I liked all that much. I've been looking at electric options, and there are plenty of guides and products out there. Also, I stumbled across this monstrosity that runs for $4200! Haha it had the aesthetic I wanted for a toothbrush, but was a tiny bit out of my price range.

    Hope that helps! I've not tried a lot of mouth products, but hopefully this gives you some products to spark your interest and try yourself :)
u/whiteypoints · 3 pointsr/shittyaskscience

This would be a great "ShittyAskScience" question if it wasn't for the fact that dental floss already comes in a wide variety of sugary flavors including Bubble Gum and Cupcake.