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GoodMouth Subscription Box Review – January 2016

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GoodMouth Subscription Box Review January 2016 - box

GoodMouth is a dental care subscription box that sends you tooth brushes and floss which are recommended according to your personalized profile monthly, bi-monthly, or quarterly (your choice). For every subscription purchased, GoodMouth donates 2 brushes, or the equivalent in dental care, to someone in need.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

GoodMouth Subscription Box Review January 2016 - inside

The Subscription: GoodMouth

The Cost: starts at $4.95 per shipment (your personal plan is very customizable to your own needs)

The Products: Replacement manual toothbrushes or electric toothbrush heads, and floss

Ships to: US

GoodMouth Subscription Box Review January 2016 - all items

GoodMouth Subscription Box Review January 2016 - letter

This box is pretty much a ‘No Frills’ box, but the box comes with a letter summarizing your order.

We’ve been subscribing for two shipments now, and we have been very happy with it. We’ve both been to the dentist recently, so it was a nice reminder to update our profile and get a review out!

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The sign-up process is pretty thorough. You’ll start by picking your frequency of delivery and the amount of people in your household. This will give you a baseline price of your subscription before adding any extras.

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You’ll be able to choose from many different brush types. One thing of note – we have Oral-B electric toothbrushes, and they are no longer an option under electric brushes, so that’s a big hit for us.

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You can also choose from a number of extras that range from mints to floss.

GoodMouth Subscription Box Review January 2016 - brush heads

Liz and I receive two replacement Oral-B electric toothbrush heads. Again, I’m not sure what will happen with our account now that I can no longer choose Oral-B as an option, we haven’t received any type of notification in email either.

GoodMouth Subscription Box Review January 2016 - extras

We’ve only picked two extras, floss, and toothpaste. Pretty basic, but you’ll always need it on hand! I like getting the package of Plackers because they seem to run out the quickest.

Verdict: A visit to the dentist was a good reminder to get more floss (isn’t it always). Luckily, I received a delivery only days after! I’m liking GoodMouth after a couple of shipments, enough to increase my frequency to monthly deliveries. I am worried, though, if they stop offering Oral-B replacements, that might be the end of our subscription!

What did you think of GoodMouth? What extras do you get?

Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!
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7 Comments

  1. Eric and Liz, of course,
    THANK YOU for telling us about this unique subscription.
    I found a new HG item through this subscription and I have to share. 🙂
    It is Jason Healthy Mouth Anti-Cavity and Tartar Control all natural, certified organic toothpaste. The main ingredients giving it a taste are cinnamon, my favorite toothpaste choice, and Tea Tree Oil, which is surprisingly light and feels soothing with my Sonicare toothbrush.
    I believe there is a bunny on the side of the tube, indicating organic and not tested on animals, but it’s too small to see accurately.

    It has an AMAZING list of organic botanical ingredients and has no sugar, no SLS, no Triclosan, no gluten, no preservatives, etc.
    Although I was a bit put off by their repackaging of a Sonicare replacement brush in a plastic bag, which is not how I expected it to be packaged for the price, I really like the Trackers in mint and the toothpaste is excellent.

    Sadly, when I went to the company website, the toothpaste appears to have been discontinued. I was able to find in on Amazon by the case. With Prime, that means free shipping. There may be lower prices elsewhere, for non-Prime members.
    Thank you for sharing a new subscription or one time purchase site with us. It’s very hard to find a good, almost comprehensive oral care website with good, natural products.

  2. Hi Eric, I am very intrigued by this concept – kind of like the Dollar Shave Club where they thoughtfully remind you to change your razor blade (yes, I’m a lady and I use men’s razors, so what? I know lots of gals who do!) ? My question for you, if I may ask, is how much did this shipment cost you? Are the prices essentially the same as if you’d tossed the products into your Target basket, or is there any type of discount? PS I’ve used Tom’s of Maine for years too and now I cannot stand the taste of sweetened toothpaste. And to the previous posters, I definitely floss in the car. If I have to spend that much time getting nothing done, I go crazy, so it’s Audible Books and flossing FTW!

    • I did a little trial and set up my cart to see. I had 3 toothbrushes (2 adults and one child) and no extras, and it was $2 per toothbrush. Then it was $1.50 shipping. So not too bad in all. These were for the lowest tier of choices, as well.

    • My total cost was $24.39, with the two electric toothbrush replacements being most expensive, at $7.45 each. There hasn’t been any type of discount on items, although it is a flat-rate shipping, so you can save money there if you’re adding a lot of extras that you might otherwise buy online.

  3. I wish they had Waterpik refills.

  4. Hmm… I like the idea of ‘being reminded’ to change the old brush- reasonable prices too. Here’s a handy tip: I keep those floss thingys in the car and floss while driving. Nobody’s even looking, right? 🙂

    • That’s what I do too 🙂

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