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Cocofloss Review: Effective, Fun, and Beautiful Floss

This Cocofloss review post will share the major features of the luxury floss products and reveal how most of the customers felt about Cocofloss. As you read through, you will be able to see the changes in people’s interest in the high-end floss on the Internet over the past 5 years. Lastly, you will learn the best and worst foods for your teeth. Before all this, let’s find out about the company.

About Cocofloss

As I researched this firm, I became especially interested in the brilliant combinations of the founders. Cocofloss was started by the Cu sisters – one who is the dentist and the other who is an artist. Their mission was to make flossing more fun, motivating, and rewarding. When I visited their website, I was surprised by the product design and amazing use of vivid colors all over the website and the floss products.

So, in addition to the features of Cocofloss, their art work attracts people to use floss more frequently in a more fun way. From the customer review analysis I shared in the later section, it seems that their approach has been working quite well.

Cocofloss Major Features

Cocofloss has diverse product characteristics ranging from functional benefits to environment friendly mindsets behind. This section will share the major benefits Cocofloss offers to its customers.

Catches Plaque Better Than Other Floss

Cocofloss was designed by the dentist with the problems of normal floss in mind. One of them is inefficiency in removing plaque due to smoothiness and flatness of those floss. The plaque is a sticky film that covers teeth and contains bacteria according to this dentist website. Dental plaque start forming on teeth 4 – 12 hours after brushing, so it is important to get rid of them at least twice a day by brushing and flossing. However, due to the stickiness of the plaque, normal floss does not effectively remove them.

Cocofloss is made with more than 500 interwoven filaments, which makes an optimal floss surface area to grab plaque and debris between your teeth and gums. So, the difference between the normal floss and Cocofloss is like, if I borrow their metaphors, cleaning crusty dishes with a plastic bag vs. a exfoliating loofah.

Tough and Flexible

Cocofloss, thanks to the 500 interwoven filaments, is strong but flexible. Cocofloss explains that it won’t rip or shred that can happen with some of other floss products. When this happens, the area won’t be cleaned thoroughly.

The flexibility and softness of Cocofloss allow the thread to travel between the tightest contacts smoothly. Cocofloss adds vegan wax coating to make it more comfortable.

Safe Ingredients

Cocofloss uses coconut oil that is soothing and antimicrobial and contains fragrant fruit oils. The aromas for Cocofloss are made in Italy from natural and synthetic ingredients. They comply with the strict E.U. regulations on fragrance allergens and meet the IFRA (International Fragrance Association) Standards.

Made in Italy

To ensure the highest quality, Cocofloss is made at a factory that was founded in 1926 in Italy. For the long history, the floss producer has been able to sustain its business thanks to the quality and reputation.

Environmentally Friendly

Cocofloss has always been cruelty-free, vegan, and toxins-free. They have been certified by Leaping Bunny – the gold standard in cruelty-free certification for animal-free tested products. Cocofloss also offers an option for floss refills to prevent single-use plastics. The firm has even partnered with Wildlife Conservation Network to help protect natural habitats around the world.

Pleasant Scents

For the pleasant flossing experience, Cocofloss adds natural scents to each product. They are a variety of scents – passion fruit, chocolate, vanilla, strawberries, mint, coconuts, orange, and watermelon.

Eye-Catching Designs

If you have a chance, check their product website and browse through product images. How they design their floss and containers look like those for candies and chocolate. They look pretty. In addition to other accessories and items, carrying Cocofloss can work well in your bag.

Customer Review Analysis

When you consider buying a product or using a service, you will wonder what experiences other buyers had. Investigating the reviews of other users can lead to a better decision, and it is a wise thing to do as a consumer. If people are dissatisfied with it, they will complain about it and won’t recommend it. If they are happy, they will leave positive comments and share their great experiences. If we can compile and analyze those reviews, we can have an assurance about the product or the service.

That’s what I am going to do for you. I used about 550 reviews that people left on Amazon. I summarized those data to generate easy-to-understand graphs and charts. Those visuals will allow you to understand the overall sentiments the customers had toward Cocofloss. They are also easy to understand.

Positive Cocofloss Word Cloud

In a word cloud, some words will appear bigger because those specific words were more frequently used among customers. So, the bigger the more frequent, thus, if those big words are positive, it proves that most of the customers had a positive experience. Have a look at the word cloud of the Cocofloss products.

Positive Cocofloss Word Cloud
Positive Cocofloss Word Cloud

The word cloud above should have given you a good impression of their products. The most frequent word that actual customers used in their reviews was “best”. Other big words are also positive – “great”, “five”, “stars”, “love”, “good”, and many more. Just by looking at the word cloud, we can learn that most of the people were satisfied with the high-quality floss.

If I give you some contexts, among the words, “five” and “stars” are due to Amazon’s review rating system. If you don’t put a review title but give five stars out of five, they use “five stars” as the review title. Having the two words appeared frequently means it is very positive.

Customer Sentiments

The word cloud tells you what descriptive words people used for the product. There is another angle we can use to understand the Cocofloss customer reviews. That is by categorizing the reviews into a type of 10 sentiments. While I used the review titles for the word cloud above, I used the review contents for the sentiment analysis. The result is the graph below.

Cocofloss Positive Customer Sentiments
Cocofloss Positive Customer Sentiments

I was able to run my sentiment analysis code to find out what specific sentiments people had over Cocofloss products. As we could guess from the word cloud, more than half of the review contents were positive. Of course, people shared negative experiences. I haven’t seen any review that is all positive. Despite the negative reviews, overall, people left positive comments on the innovative floss.

Cocofloss Interest Trend

Another type of analysis I often use for a product review is using Google Trend. It is an extremely helpful service by Google that gives you a historical Google search trend. The idea is that if a product or a company can maintain or can increase its search volume over many years, it supports the quality of the product. If a product is bad, people won’t show their interest and eventually will never search for the product anymore. Then, how is the trend of Cocofloss? Plus, how has people’s interest in general been changed?

The blue line represents the changes of people’s search volume on Google over the past 5 years world-wide. There are many fluctuations but we can see that the search volume keeps breaking the highest point again and again. We can see that the trend is gradually going up.

Since the search volume came from all over the world, it may be worth looking at the countries that showed the biggest interest. If you look at the map below, you can see the top three countries. That tells you the biggest search came from the U.S. followed by Canada and the United Kingdom.

Cocofloss Prices

By now, you might be wondering how much they are. If you are looking for a single floss, the price ranges narrowly from $9 to $10. All of the single products have a length of 32 yards that is 2-month supply.

  • Passion fruit Cocofloss: $10
  • Vanilla bean Cocofloss: $10
  • Cocofloss single: $9
  • Dark chocolate Cocofloss: $10

If you are interested in Cocofloss sets, they have options for you.

  • Cocofloss 4-piece: $32
  • Cocofloss 3-piece: $25
  • Healthy habits set: $30
    • 1-Month supply of Cocofloss minis
    • Balance & bliss journal
    • 21-day floss challenge card
    • Floss daily sticker
    • 21 sugar-free sour hard candies
  • Gratitude set: $35
    • 4 Cocofloss (8-months supply)
    • Balance & bliss journal
    • 3 punny stickers
    • 21 sugar-free sour hard candies
    • “Mahalo” postcard
    • (optional) water-proof pouch
  • Shine & share set: $24
    • 12 Cocofloss minis (7 yards each)
  • Cocofloss 4-scoop sets: $35
  • Cocofloss refill 3-piece set: $24
  • Cocofloss 2-scoop sets: $18
  • Neapolitan trio: $29
  • Sustainably clean pack: $16
  • Hibiscus pouch + single wild hibiscus Cocofloss: $35

The Good and Bad Foods for Your Teeth

In this additional section, let’s learn the bad and good foods for your dental health. For this, I referred to this dental university webpage.

Good Foods

These are good foods for your teeth.

Fiber-rich fruits and vegetables

According to the American Dental Association (ADA), foods with fiber help maintain your teeth and gums clean. They also help saliva flowing. These foods can be your best natural defense against cavities and gum disease. Around 20 minutes after you eat foods that have sugars or starches, your saliva starts to reduce the effects of the acids and enzymes attacking your teeth.

Dairy products

Cheese is also a saliva maker. The calcium in cheese, and the calcium and phosphates in milk and other dairy foods help return minerals back to your teeth. They also help rebuild tooth enamel.

Green and black teas

Both teas contains polyphenols that either kill or contain plaque bacteria. They keep bacteria from growing or producing acid that attacks your teeth. Depending on the type of water you use to make a green or black tea, it can also be a source of fluoride.

Sugarless chewing gum

Sugarless chewing gum helps to make saliva and remove food particles from your teeth.

Foods with fluoride

Fluoridated drinkable water or any food that you make with fluoridated water help your teeth. Some examples include poultry products, seafood, and powdered cereals.

Bad Foods

These are bad foods for your teeth.

Sticky candies and sweets

They are tasty but if you have some of them, try to clear out of your mouth quickly. Lollipops, caramels, jellies, and cough drops have refined sugar. What about chocolates? Interestingly, there were some studies (funded by the candy industry) that show that chocolate have positive effects on preventing cavities. This has not been proven, however. But, the ADA states that chocolate washes off the teeth faster than other types of candies. Plus, dark chocolate (70% cacao) have some health benefits. If you are craving for sweats, have some chocolate instead.

Starchy foods

Starchy foods can stick to your teeth. Soft breads potato chips, for example, can get stuck between your teeth.

Soft drinks

Many of us already know that carbonated sodas are bad for our teeth. They are full of sugar, and they have phosphoric and citric acids that are bad for tooth enamel.

Alcohol and many medicines

Alcohols and many medicines can try your mouth. Saliva plays a positive role in your mouth and teeth health. This government website warns that dry mouth significantly increases the risk of tooth decay and other oral diseases.

Conclusion

This post reviewed Cocofloss that turned out to be effective in removing plaque, pretty, and environment-friendly. Also, my customer review analysis revealed that most of the consumers were happy with the products. If the trend of people’s interest in Cocofloss continues, it is likely to see more search volume in the future. All combined, Cocofloss is an effective, fun, and beautiful foss product for your teeth health.