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Teeth whitening..?

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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
Hey guys. Just wanted to know if anyone has tried Crest 3D teeth whitening strips? They are pretty expensive but just wanted to know if there are any other cheaper alternatives that actually work...? Also if you have any other tips help keep teeth white let me know. Thanks..! :)
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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
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#1
They do work, I used to get them when I visited america

the thing with them is that they leave your teeth lovely and white, but also VERY sensitive, even your front teeth will be sensitive after using them. Because of this I only used them a few times and stopped as I didnt think it was worth having sensitive teeth for.

I recommend the Blanx range of toothpaste now, the one with the blue light included is very good, my sister uses one of their range that scrubs your stains so well that you actually spit them out when you rinse.
#2
Hi danyelle where can you buy the blanx toothpaste from thanks
#3
I use the white strips twice a year, it's a thumbs up from me.
you don't generally have to use the whole course and I use any spare for a top up when required.
I managed to get hold of the advanced/ professional ones which were shipped over from Canada.
#4
Some people are sensitive to them but not me really.
If you are sensitive use them one day on one day off.
#6
Get crest and never look back.
#7
Thanks guys for ur help ^^ :) x
#8
annie_21
Thanks guys for ur help ^^ :) x


eBay is a good place to buy just make sure its from a decent seller
#9
I know somewhere that does the Hollywood Smile Teeth Whitening for £50. Im thinking of getting it done but the sensitive thing worries me, has anyone else used this brand and had any sensitivity issues?
#10
Give the white strips a go and be surprised.
whatever you chose you may experience sensitivity.
#11
There is a part on my caynine teeth that seems as though the nerves are bear. Near the gums. Worried incase they get sensitive. Im scarred of the dentist because of an awful dentist when I was little, left me petrified! he used to pull teeth out with his fingernails! oO awful man. I would like them whitened but not sure what is the safetst way.
#12
Managers
Give the white strips a go and be surprised.
whatever you chose you may experience sensitivity.
thanks alot. Will definately give them a go. Anyone have a link to the cheapest Crest strips please..? X :)
#13
crest strips are cheapest on ebay
I have a little bit of sensitivity after the 2 hour express when I used last time (used a year ago but says lasts 3months ish) , this has since been replaced with 1 hour express and isnt as good a product by reviews


try and go for crest 3d whitestrips luxe professional effects
or the newest one out luxe supreme flex fit

ive just used a course of pro effects ,using it twice a day rather than just once ovefr 5 days, as i wanted a rapid effect before a party and worked fine with only a little bit of sensitivity on the last day



Edited By: mrwhitelabel on Jul 12, 2014 22:49
#14
mrwhitelabel
crest strips are cheapest on ebay
I have a little bit of sensitivity after the 2 hour express when I used last time (used a year ago but says lasts 3months ish) , this has since been replaced with 1 hour express and isnt as good a product by reviews


try and go for crest 3d whitestrips luxe professional effects
or the newest one out luxe supreme flex fit

ive just used a course of pro effects ,using it twice a day rather than just once ovefr 5 days, as i wanted a rapid effect before a party and worked fine with only a little bit of sensitivity on the last day


thanks alot...! :) will give 'em a go :D xx
#15
I recommend forever living toothpaste, it costs almost £6 but you use half the amount you would, amazing toothpaste, have been using for 2 weeks and my teeth look and feel squeaky clean
#16
Candz81
I recommend forever living toothpaste, it costs almost £6 but you use half the amount you would, amazing toothpaste, have been using for 2 weeks and my teeth look and feel squeaky clean


Where can you buy that from? Any specific shop?
#17
Activated charcoal, much cheaper, and works by actively pulling the stains from the teeth by absorption rather than bleaching your teeth. Much healthier.

Edited By: dancedar on Jul 13, 2014 16:24
#18
EN1GMA
Candz81
I recommend forever living toothpaste, it costs almost £6 but you use half the amount you would, amazing toothpaste, have been using for 2 weeks and my teeth look and feel squeaky clean

Where can you buy that from? Any specific shop?

no shops will sell it
you have to buy from an "authorised seller" who will then no doubt try and get you to start up selling forever living products as they dont make enough selling the overpriced products by themselves and have to recruit others and get a bit of commision for their downline sales, to keep their upline happy.
product may work just dont get drawn in to the "make lots of money" hype, just be careful who you buy it from you may see them at craft fairs sometimes in supermarkets etc too
#19
Three of my friends sell it, I was not dragged into selling the products, just use the toothpaste and recommend it highly. You can join the forever living email and buy products directly

By the way I've just looked at other options and amazon sell it but postage is £3.99

Edited By: Candz81 on Jul 14, 2014 22:05

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