Colgate Total Remade Without Triclosan, Launch Kicks Off With Super Bowl Ad
Colgate is relaunching Colgate Total with a formula containing active ingredient stannous fluoride rather than triclosan. Firm says the product will be promoted with in-store displays and ads premiering during the Super Bowl telecast and featuring actor Luke Wilson.
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