There is no hydrogen peroxide in this toothpaste or even sodium tripolyphosphate. Their patented "Bluverite" technology is nothing more than a temporary bluing agent. Or, more frankly, a subtle blue dye that does nothing except tint your teeth slightly blue so they appear whiter for a set period of time.
Better results with store brand
This product did nothing for me. I use a store-bought whitening toothpaste that is a fraction of the price and get better results than using this product.
Uh it was toothpaste? It was fine, minty, cleaned my teeth. Kind of expensive though for toothpaste. Probably won't ever buy this.
I still use this product to this day. It is great for brushing right before going out for that extra pop of white. Not to mention it tastes good.
I have tried this but I bought it from shop-rite not from Birchbox it does make your teeth a little whiter but my teeth are sensitive so I have to use the toothpaste for sensitive teeth omg I can not remember the name of it maybe it's called pro-namel.but rid tooth paste cost about 7.99 in shoprite so sorry birch box.