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Teeth whitening system @ Lloyd's pharmacy was £49.99 now £10.00

£10.00 @ Lloyds Pharmacy
Luster pro teeth whitening kit at Lloyd's pharmacy was £49.99 now £10.00 sorry no click and collect on this item delivery is £3.95 unless spending over £35.00. if you use code STAY20 you get £5 off a … Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Luster pro teeth whitening kit at Lloyd's pharmacy was £49.99 now £10.00 sorry no click and collect on this item delivery is £3.95 unless spending over £35.00. if you use code STAY20 you get £5 off a £20 spend so you may want to add something for £10 and get it all for £15 :-)
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3 Likes #1
*Click and collect not available
#2
Heat from me even with £3.95 this is a good deal. Don't forget TCB think it was 4.2%
1 Like #3
Is This Stuff Any Good?
#4
Lloyds selling this for £28 on Amazon, reviews aren't that good, but for 50% less...may be worth a punt

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/qid/Luster-Pro-Light-Teeth-Whitening-System-Solution/B00RKZWEW0
6 Likes #5
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
#6
Great deal! bought one for me and the SO
Beware with codes as free delivery is taken away if you apply the 20% off, £5 off £20 spend and £10 off £50.
1 Like #8
Get the crest strips from amazon.com, they are what you can get from the dentist (except under oral b brand in uk)
#9
order cancelled... have they sold out already? :(
2 Likes #10
daz1969
order cancelled... have they sold out already? :(


Lloyds pharmacy is terrible with their stock count. I had my orders cancelled numerous of times despite them being accepted at first.
#11
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #12
alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
Correct - anything available in shops is just not strong enough. Personally I would only trust stuff to be safe if it's from the dentist anyway.
2 Likes #13
Firmino must have used this stuff.
#15
cold - can't click and collect
#16
karbra
alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
Correct - anything available in shops is just not strong enough. Personally I would only trust stuff to be safe if it's from the dentist anyway.
Stated like a dentist.
8 Likes #17
I just use tipex
#18
morrig
karbra
alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
Correct - anything available in shops is just not strong enough. Personally I would only trust stuff to be safe if it's from the dentist anyway.
Stated like a dentist.
I'm definitely not a dentist - however, I've wasted more money over the years trying to whiten my teeth. The only thing that worked was having them done at the dentist.
1 Like #19
karbra
morrig
Stated like a dentist.
I'm definitely not a dentist - however, I've wasted more money over the years trying to whiten my teeth. The only thing that worked was having them done at the dentist.
Stated like a dentist fanboy :D;)
#20
Shatwell
karbra
morrig
Stated like a dentist.
I'm definitely not a dentist - however, I've wasted more money over the years trying to whiten my teeth. The only thing that worked was having them done at the dentist.
Stated like a dentist fanboy :D;)
Fanboy? Is that a word?
1 Like #21
jodie89
Is This Stuff Any Good?

alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
What alu355 said.

Legal over the counter stuff won't make any significant difference.

There is a company that sells Dr George's Whitening Gel - which has a similar strength active ingredient to that sold by the dentist - http://www.smile4you.co.uk/ - they've found a loophole that allows them to sell it. It's good stuff.
#22
moob
jodie89
Is This Stuff Any Good?
alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
What alu355 said.
Legal over the counter stuff won't make any significant difference.
There is a company that sells Dr George's Whitening Gel - which has a similar strength active ingredient to that sold by the dentist - http://www.smile4you.co.uk/ - they've found a loophole that allows them to sell it. It's good stuff.
Has it not occurred to you that there is good reason why this stuff is 'dentist only'? No doubt you'll be crying to the authorities when it all goes wrong!
2 Likes #23
itsdavidjones1984
I just use tipex


Shoe whitener is quite good too
#24
http://www.smile4you.co.uk/order.html/

Looks like the same as the amazon £20 one posted earlier..
#25
1616french
itsdavidjones1984
I just use tipex


Shoe whitener is quite good too


Good choice, tipex used to be better when you could sniff it too. 2 birds 1 stone.
#26
Fakespot gives the reviews an F. States reviews are "inauthentic/low quality"
#27
Besford
moob
jodie89
Is This Stuff Any Good?
alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
What alu355 said.
Legal over the counter stuff won't make any significant difference.
There is a company that sells Dr George's Whitening Gel - which has a similar strength active ingredient to that sold by the dentist - http://www.smile4you.co.uk/ - they've found a loophole that allows them to sell it. It's good stuff.
Has it not occurred to you that there is good reason why this stuff is 'dentist only'? No doubt you'll be crying to the authorities when it all goes wrong!

I had mine done at the dentist first, so have the professional mould. This saves a small fortune on refills from the dentist, it's quite simple to follow the same instructions, but thanks for your concern.
2 Likes #28
I'm going to consult Rylan, he knows best!
#29
moob
Besford
moob
jodie89
Is This Stuff Any Good?
alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
What alu355 said.
Legal over the counter stuff won't make any significant difference.
There is a company that sells Dr George's Whitening Gel - which has a similar strength active ingredient to that sold by the dentist - http://www.smile4you.co.uk/ - they've found a loophole that allows them to sell it. It's good stuff.
Has it not occurred to you that there is good reason why this stuff is 'dentist only'? No doubt you'll be crying to the authorities when it all goes wrong!
I had mine done at the dentist first, so have the professional mould. This saves a small fortune on refills from the dentist, it's quite simple to follow the same instructions, but thanks for your concern.

Stop smiling - you're blinding me!
#30
karbra
Shatwell
karbra
morrig
Stated like a dentist.
I'm definitely not a dentist - however, I've wasted more money over the years trying to whiten my teeth. The only thing that worked was having them done at the dentist.
Stated like a dentist fanboy :D;)
Fanboy? Is that a word?


Leave it fanboy
#31
Oos
#32
alu355
This is pointless as proper whitening strength can only be sold by a dentist in the UK
Which is why you don't buy it from the UK

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