Molr Dental Club Il Ultimo Pacchetto Review + Coupon


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Molr Dental Club shipping tube

Molr Dental Club is a subscription service that delivers simple, effective oral health products to you exactly when you need them. Never forget to replace your toothbrush (or toothpaste, or floss) again!

Packages start at $8.00 and go up to $19.00 (with free shipping) depending on the toothbrush you use and what products you want to be delivered.

This review is for Il Ultimo Pacchetto (manual toothbrush, floss, and toothpaste only), $16.00 subscription.

opened Molr Dental Club shipping tube

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

contents of Molr Dental Club Il Ultimo Pacchetto

About Molr Dental Club

The Box: Molr Dental Club

The Cost: $16 a month + free US shipping

The Products: Il Ultimo Pacchetto comes with a toothbrush, floss, and Marvis toothpaste. 

Ships to: U.S. and Canada only

Molr Dental Club Review

Il Ultimo Pacchetto in wrapping

I jumped at the chance to review the Il Ultimo Pacchetto package because I care a lot about my dental hygiene and love trying the new products out there. I’m one of the weirdos who loves my 6-month check-ups, to which I credit my childhood Dentist (shout out to Dr. Tarkany!) who made me love to brush. This package contains a Molr brand brush, Molr floss, and Marvis toothpaste.

Molr Toothbrush in package back of Molr Toothbrush package close up of back of back of Molr Toothbrush package Molr Toothbrush close up of bristles of Molr Toothbrush

Molr Toothbrush in Pink – Retail Value $4.00

This baby comes in four colors that you get to choose from, which all feature “binchotan charcoal infused bristles which are extra soft on your teeth and gums”. I gotta say, brushing with this felt like brushing with fluttering angel wings. I used to think I needed a harsh bristle to scrub my pearlies, but have lately heard that soft is the way to go! No frills here either, just some soft black bristles and a straight handle with a single divot in it.

Marvis Classic Strong Mint Toothpaste

Marvis Toothpaste in Classic Strong Mint, 3.8 oz. – Retail Value $12.00 (Found here for $10.50)

Like the toothbrush color, you get to choose from seven different flavors of Marvis Toothpaste which originally hails from Italy. This first thing I noticed was that this paste was a lot thicker than my current one, and really packs a minty fresh punch which I love. Even though I’ve been using this one quite a bit, I’m trying desperately to get through my old tube so I can switch to this one full time.

Molr Smooth Glide Floss container Molr Smooth Glide Floss coming out of container

Molr Smooth Glide Floss – Retail Value $4.50

Yep, the floss is also black (like the bristles of the toothbrush) and super sleek looking (like floss should be). They have a woven version if the glide is too slippery for you. I’ll admit, as much as I love dental hygiene, I’m not great at flossing. They recommend this smooth floss for those of us with tighter-fitted teeth. I find that I am sometimes fighting to get the floss back out from between my teeth once it’s in, and this eliminates that struggle.

There are other packages available for people who use electric toothbrushes and want to pass on the manual brush:

Electric Boogaloo 2 Sonicare

The Electric Boogaloo 2 Package features Sonicare heads.

Electric Boogaloo Oral-B

Or Oral-B heads.

Molr C+C Whitening Factory box back of Molr C+C Whitening Factory box Molr C+C Whitening Factory container Molr C+C Whitening Factory container with lid off Molr C+C Whitening Factory powder in lid

ADD ON: C+C Whitening Factory – Buy in a set with a toothbrush for $43.95

This product is not part of the package, but they also offer their own whitening powder called C+C Whitening Factory (get it??) that you can add to your cart (presumably as a one-time purchase) when you subscribe. Those C’s stand for carbon and coconut, and it comes in the form of a super fine black powder. The only ingredients are activated charcoal (made from raw coconut shell), natural calcium bentonite clay, and organic mint extract. I’m not going to lie, this stuff gets MESSY. The directions say to add a pinch of the powder to a wet toothbrush and brush for 2 minutes. If you’ve used charcoal toothpaste before, you’ve probably noticed how much splatter can happen (and more importantly, get noticed) when the product is black instead of the usual white. This one definitely requires a hardy clean-up after each use. They suggest to use this twice a day and consider the container a 3-4 month supply. I’m going to guess that you’d use this instead of toothpaste, but it doesn’t exactly specify. I haven’t used it enough to see a difference in my smile yet because they messiness has made me shy away from using it very often.

Verdict: Through Molr Dental Club, I’ve discovered possibly the world’s softest toothbrush and my new favorite toothpaste. For $16.00 I received a toothbrush, floss, and toothpaste which is probably a little more than I’d normally spend, but I was impressed with the products. The whitening powder might be a little too messy for me to want to keep up with on the daily, but my desire for gleaming white teeth may prevail in the future.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! You can order this very package any time you’d like!

Coupon – Use code SHINE20 to get 20% off your first order.

Value Breakdown: At $16.00 for this subscription (Il Ultimo Pacchetto), here’s what you are paying per item:

  • Toothbrush: $3.12
  • Toothpaste: $9.37
  • Floss: $3.51

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Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a stationery addict, lip product connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. Her favorite subscriptions contain office supplies, natural skin care products, and anything with food.

Posted in Canadian Subscription Box Reviews, Molr Dental Club Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: molr dental club | 9 comments

9 Comments

  1. Be careful! No dentist would ever recommend charcoal powder for teeth, because the tiny abrasive particles wear away tooth enamel…which is not something you can ever get back.

  2. Plastic toothbrushes are horrible for the environment. Bamboo is the way to go! 🙂

  3. the charcoal stuff is great, I swapped for some when it was in the fabfitfun add-ons and it really did make a difference for me after using it twice a day for a week. A little tip for easy cleanup? If your kitchen sink is steel brush over it because instead of the black “dyeing” the porcelain of your bathroom it rinses right out of the kitchen sink 🙂

  4. @Marne – great review. I have the sort of teeth I think you are describing – where it’s sometimes hard to get the floss back out. My dental hygienist gave me a useful tip – just let go of one end of the floss!

    I currently sub to a different dental box: Linhart. They currently have a free (you pay shipping, $5) trial kit. It contains
    1 Toothpaste travel size, 1Nano-Silver Toothbrush, and 1 Lip Balm. When I’m not using my electric toothbrush, I love using their manual one. It is so soft. And the silver is antibacterial. You can add on a whitening gel. I’m very happy with this sub. Though I do really love the Marvis Toothpaste that comes in the one you reviewed….

  5. Is that the same charcoal powder that came in a recent FabFitFun box? I have it laying around somewhere

  6. I am also obsessed with dental products and I love their charcoal powder. I agree it’s messy but my mouth feels so clean. I subscribed to this and I love that they have a electric brush option too. Also just a FYI if you use code “tucker” it gives you 35% off. I scored the $19 kit for $12.35.

  7. I’ll be honest, at first, I didn’t think the value was there. But then I saw the quality of the products PLUS the whitening powder, and I am impressed. I regularly use a different whitening powder, and while there are a ton of brands out there, that stuff isn’t cheap. Assuming that is a regular part of the subscription, the value is there.

    • Sorry for the confusion, Jess! To be clear, the whitening powder is NOT part of the $16.00 package. It’s a separate item that comes with a toothbrush for $43.95.

  8. It is a little pricey, yes, but I love this concept!!! Dental care is beautifying AND important for good health. I’ll be checking this out…!

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