Some small differences but similar overall.
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The taste is virtually indistinguishable (even to super tasters), and the mouthwash feels similarly in your mouth. Our favorite part about the Act bottle though isn't included in the up & up version. The ACT bottle has a squeeze dispenser that allows you to sip with ease instead of chugging from the bottle or pouring into the cap. Also, the up & up lid was not always air tight, so if you're if you're an agressive shaker or throw it in a bag to travel, stick with Act.
I don’t know that that cap is all that important. I’ll buy the store brand because it’s cheaper and works the same
Really liked the target brand mouthwash, so far has lasted 3hrs and doesn’t leave any bad taste in your mouth.
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