Cushion Grip back on the market....!!!!

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Yes cushion Grip back on the market . Now Cushion grip belong to USPharma Ltd.
Please check the below link who are waited for this.
www.mycushiongrip.com
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Nola Walker Martin

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At $20.00 a tube with no information on that site?  I don't think so.  I believe I'll check out just who USPharma Ltd. is first.  I have sent them a message of inquiry.


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Marisela Medrano

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Actually, this is legit. USpharma acquired Cushion Grip from Bayer. The full website will be released next Monday with more information.
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Yes, its ligit I've already made my order and the company USPrama Ltd has already contact me and my order will shipped on Monday. Also $ 20 dollars may sound like a lot of money but compared too the prices i saw on Amazon and EBay we better get it while it last. Thanks for sharing Robert Miller!
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Marisela Medrano

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Thanks Natalie for your purchase of the Original Formula Cushion Grip.  The $19.99 price includes shipping, and we will be offering subscription discounts in the future. :)
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I bought a tube . It came yesterday. It's completely legit.
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Kandy

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Looks like a scam
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Marisela Medrano

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Actually, this is legit. USpharma acquired Cushion Grip from Bayer. The full website will be released next Monday with more information.
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Robin Perkins Castellaw

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Yes got my tube for $19.99. It's for real and I am so excited.
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Charlene Moore Settles Mathes

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it is a scam still $999.00 on line 

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Marisela Medrano

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Yes, I will give you a preview of the press release if you send me your email address.
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Kandy

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Not a scam, received official letter from USpharma Marketing Director.  Thank goodness, Our voices have been heard!!
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1Spicy!

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Where does it show that Bayer sold to USPharma?  I didn't see the sale on Bayer.
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Marisela Medrano

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The press release is being issued next week. And the new mycushiongrip.com website will be launched on Monday....stay tuned!
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Robin Perkins Castellaw

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It's not a scam. I got my tube for $19.99. 01-23-2019.
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1Spicy!

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That's cool, would be nice to see it back.  From $3.99 to $20.00 will leave a lot of customers out of the market and continuing with whatever alternative they have been using.  U.S. Pharma has only one product that I could find.  I wonder?
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Marisela Medrano

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We reviewed literally hundreds of comments from the public regarding price and what would be reasonable and affordable for this premium quality product which lasts 4x longer than other brands while providing cushiony comfort.  After our research and review we are pricing it at $19.99 with free shipping.  We will be offering a subscription discount in the future.  A knock off brand of Cushion Grip that is being marketed as its replacement is being sold for $31.50 and does not compare in quality and ingredients to the Original Formula Cushion Grip.  The other cream adhesive brands are considered value brands that do not have the staying power of Cushion Grip. The USpharma website is being redone with its portfolio (in process), the new mycushiongrip.com website launches Monday....stay tuned.
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Ok folks, I have received my first tube of Cushion Grip, and it is EXACTLY the same product we had all become used to using!  While the price is more than it should be, in my opinion, due to the fact that it was less than $10.00 when it was sold in drug stores before, it is the only product that works as it always did before.  Therefore, I will continue purchasing it!  My lower dentures love me now!  You can pay with PayPal here, too:
https://www.mycushiongrip.com/
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Marisela Medrano

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Thank you for your support of Cushion Grip! :)
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Robin Perkins Castellaw

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I have no problem paying $19.99. A tube lasts 2 month's for me. I am just ecstatic that it's back.
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joan rosenblatt

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How do you clean the Cushion Grip off the bottom
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Nola Walker Martin

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It has always just pulled right off when I want to remove it.
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1Spicy!

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I bought a tube on Amazon.  Shipping was free with Prime and I paid $20 for 1 oz.  I have been buying the Japanese Cushion EZ and the other two products which are all about 1.25 oz - 1.5 oz.  My extraction day was about a year and a half ago at Affordable Dentures and the dentures they made for me were a debacle.  One of their assistants filled the soft-reline so much I couldn't close my mouth and they told me not to worry, I would get used to it.  Uh, no.  I don't know why they don't fill the soft reline and allow us to assist in placement, they would have many more happy customers.

So, I went about the diy process.  Buying an electric nail file and trying every product on the market and some that you can make yourself.  Cushion Grip had been pulled from the market when I was looking so that was not an option.  I assumed it was like a temporary soft reline and now I see that it is.

Cushion Grip is exactly the same as the Japanese stuff I have been buying in that they are all temporary soft-relines that fill the space, hence the word Grip and they provide padding against having the hard plastic or porcelain against your sensitive gums, hence the word cushion.   Although the Japanese tubes are much larger, they both weigh about the same so the formulas are obviously different, Cushion Grip being a more dense and solid product.  I have had the Cushion Grip in 3 days today and I'm already noticing a hardening of the material as well as pulling away from the denture, whereas the Japanese stuff takes a couple of weeks to get hard like that and the pulling away from the dentures takes place at around a week to a week and a half.  The thinning out of the material on the lowers, where you bite down, happens at day two with Cushion Grip and does not happen until about day 8 with the Japanese EZ.  That's when I would remove and replace with the Japanese EZ, at around day 8 - 12.  Today, I already want to remove the Cushion Grip as the thinning where I bite down nearly excludes the Cushion Grip from cushioning.  I would not use either on the top since it is very temporary and I need to work 6 days a week, it would just be too much hassle to get it right that often for the top.  I can stand the lower moving, shifting and not fitting right, but not the upper.  That one falls and I would be a horrified mess.  I can see using this product if I were a "I'm only buying American products", if it is in fact made in the USA and only for that reason.  Otherwise, the Japanese product is cheaper $11.67 to $14.45 with free shipping, from Japan to the US.   I would not use either if I could just find and afford a competent dentist who could accomplish a soft-reline.
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I bought the Japanese stuff from Amazon.  There are three types.  The EZ is the best in that the expiration date lasts the longest, but all three are essentially the same but feel a little different.  You need to heat all of them up with the tube upside down in the glass of boiling water.  All of them, even the Cushion Grip, upside down and I think that is key because the top stuff won't really get hot enough if you heat the tube cap side up.  I boil water and put the tube cap side down and leave it for 5 minutes and then replace the boiling water and leave for another 5 minutes.  Next time I'm going to try just 5 minutes one time with the Cushion Grip stuff.  I think that how rough the inside of your denture is correlates to how much any of the product sticks to it and for how long as I have heard people say that even Cushion Grip "unsticks" in a day and some people say that it stuck so much that they had to have their dentist remove it.
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Nola Walker Martin

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I have never used boiling water for any of these.  I run the tap water until it is hot and fill an 8 ounce insulated glass with it, putting the tube in upside down.  By the time I have finished cleaning/brushing my dentures, the gel is warm enough to put where I need it on my denture and smooth it out.  You might try this.  I don't think you need to do all of that boiling of water.
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Hi Nola, can you tell me how the cushion grip works is it a paste that stays on for days?? Can you remove your denture during this time and soak it? Any info would be great.
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Nola Walker Martin

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Cushion Grip is a sort of plastique gel, if you will.  For me, it stays on for over a week. Although it does start to deteriorate during that time, it still does what it needs to do for me.   Sometimes I do not have to replace it for several weeks.  I do not remove my dentures at night, nor do I soak them unless they really get discolored from my coffee, etc.  Then I use a 3 minute whitener soak.  I only take them out to brush/clean them.  I am guessing that the cushion grip would act the same through soaking...after all, it deals with our saliva all day.  Soaking might cause it to loosen on the denture, though, as it wouldn't have pressure from your gums during a soak.  Trial and error.  
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Thank you for taking the time to answer I might have to try that