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For the past few years I've been having my parents mail it to me or friends bring it. I've run out (again) since my parents brought me some in January...anyone know if/where I can buy it here?
If you have never used this toothpaste, go buy it immediately.
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Might have seen it in Hong Kong. Not 100% positive.
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