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Let’s face it: Whitening strips can be messy, not to mention the cause of painful (nay, excruciating) tooth sensitivity. Who needs that? Avoid the pitfalls of scoring a squeaky-clean smile with this dentist-developed, clinically tested kit. As the name implies, it’s made for people who want whiter teeth in the here and now—without the risk of increased sensitivity. True to its promise, it delivers the bright-white goods in just two to three days.
I used it for two weeks and could not manage to tell any brightening or whitening of my teeth. It also has a fairly poor taste. If you want to whiten your teeth, a weird and disturbing habit, try your dentist, Crest Whitening strips, or mix a bad of your favorite toothpaste with some baking soda and a bit of water. Those will work. This stuff does not. Besides, really white teeth as silly and unnatural looking.1
I am not a fan of this product at all. I do not like the taste of the toothpaste nor do I feel like it actually worked.1
This stuff sketches me out. I think i'll stick to the grocery store products before I touch this stuff. Im also not at all concerned with whitening my teeth so... yup.1
Personally I didn't find that my teeth were any whiter after using for a week straight. Also, I didn't like that there was no fluoride in it. It was a nice big sample though.1
Tried it, didn't see any difference. It may work for someone who has really dingy teeth stained by food/drink, but for the average person with reasonable oral hygiene habits, probably not.1
I didn't see much improvement, nothing that would make me want to switch from the whitening toothpaste that I already use1
I was not a fan of this toothpaste. I did not like the taste or texture of it really, and did not see any results at all.1
This product did not work for me. It did not make my teeth whiter1
I have super sensitive teeth and with one brushing, I knew I wouldn't be able to continue use. However, with that one use, there was a noticeable difference in the "illusion of whiteness" (to quote the description)...which is created with a blue tint, much like our sheets look whiter because of "blueing for extra whiteness". An illusion is an illusion, right? I do prefer products without harsh agent like hydrogen peroxide, etc. So if I weren't sensitive to this product, I might have used it for the "illusion" once in while. Just can't.1
This product did nothing for me. I have a whitening toothpaste already that actually cleans my teeth.1