12 August 2013

iWhite teeth whitening kit review

iWhite review
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Like most people, i'd love to have whiter teeth. My dentist keeps putting me off getting my teeth professionaly whitened so i have been searching the high street for some home treatments. The newest offering which launched in Boots last month is the iWhite teeth whitening kit.

This kit is natural & hydrogen-peroxide free making it ideal for those with sensitive teeth. It comes with 10 pre-filled trays which are ready to use straight away. I much prefer this method to previous ones i have used in the past which require boiling and messing about with syringes. Unlike other whitening treatments, iWhite actually strengthens teeth because of the calcium technology it contains. The one size fits all tray fitted me perfectly however when my sister blogging assistant tested it out she said it was too small for her mouth. To use you just pop it in your mouth for 20 minutes and pray no one knocks on your front door.

iWhite claims this will whiten teeth up to eight shades. After using this for 5 days in a row as recommended for optimal results, my teeth did look whiter but not as much as i was expecting. I drink a lot of tea and my teeth are naturally a bit discoloured, iWhite left them looking one/two shades lighter after use. If you want that hollywood white smile this might not be for you. However, if you do normally suffer from sensitivity after using teeth whitening kits you may want to check this out. If you wanted to see some before & after pictures have a little look at Andy's review here.

Available at Boots

Would love to hear what are your favourite teeth whitening products!

*pr sample


3 comments:

  1. I am always on the lookout for teeth whitening products, this looks good but I never seem to want to spend that much. I've tried one very similar and only used it before bed so no one could see me!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  2. I really want to have my teeth whitened... I'm too nervous to do it at home though in case my teeth are too sensitive for it! This would have been perfect if the difference had been better xx

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  3. @Beauty Bird - you should try just sprinkling some baking soda on your tooth paste before brushing - it's really safe!

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