Couto Toothpaste

Couto Toothpaste
The Medicinal Toothpaste Couto played an important role on changing oral hygiene habits of the people of Portugal

Wow! Yesterday after many years of looking at this orange and black box of toothpaste, I decided it must go home with me!  Away we went!  Fresh breath immediately. A little history is a part of this toothpaste. It was made in Porto in 1932, and was first called ”Pasta Medicinal Couto” by Alberto Feirreira do Couto. He made this formula with his friend who was a Stomatologist. It was originally formulated for receding gums. Many older people in Portugal use this as it is a well known formula, and a family business.

Couto Toothpaste is highly recommended for dental hygiene and daily use. Couto toothpaste helps your gums and fights against cavities. Make sure when using to massage your gums while brushing your teeth, and penetrate that interdental space. Leave on teeth for a few minutes before rinsing.  Brush your teeth upon waking up, before going to sleep and after meals. The taste and freshness of Couto toothpaste is minty delicious!


Author: Jolie Alony

I'm a native New Yorker raised in a Retail Luggage Shop on 46th St in Midtown I grew up customized personal customer care to clients from around the world. Speaking five languages helped with client communication. For the past 12 years I have been working with my husband in Soho NYC at our beauty and wellness stores where we continue to emphasize the importance of client communication. Our stores products are customized to each neighborhood with aid of our original motto "If you don't see it ask for it". We've developed community based stores that are not cookie cut but molded by the neighborhood we're in. I hope you enjoy my blog as I share with you first hand so of the finest wellness and beauty products from around the globe.

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