£18 for a 'Blue Light' Home Laser Teeth Whitening Kit from Laser White plus Free Delivery (Save 86%) @ Wahanda
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£18 for a 'Blue Light' Home Laser Teeth Whitening Kit from Laser White plus Free Delivery (Save 86%) @ Wahanda

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Found 4th Apr 2011
Cheaper, easier and more comfortable than lying in a dentist's chair, this Home Teeth Whitening Kit makes getting a sparkling smile a breeze. The kit utilises the 'Blue Light Tooth Whitening System', which is hands-free and held in place by your lips during whitening. It has been specifically designed and manufactured for home teeth whitening and produces the exact light frequency (in nanometres) to activate the teeth whitening gel. This helps to accelerate the whitening process and means you will see results in under seven days. Smashing.


Teeth Whitening Kit includes:
Whitening Pen containing whitening gel
Blue Laser Light (activator)
Shade guide
Thermo trays
Instructions

Be dazzling in the dental department and turn your teeth 3-11 shades whiter with a home Teeth Whitening Kit for just £18 thanks to Laser White. The process is 100% safe and your enamel will be left untouched as it's only the molecules and debris which discolour teeth. Perfect your pearly whites in private and you'll be flaunting that Hollywood smile in no time.

7 Comments

as a dentist i wouldnt trust this at all. but thats me....

as a consumer ill give it a go rather than pay the £500 plus my dentist wants !!

I'm sure I read somewhere that the active ingredient used in these isnt really strong enough to do much, I think the ones in America can work but probably not safe or something for our standards.

asl9791

as a dentist i wouldnt trust this at all. but thats me....


your reply dosnt help alot.... can you expand on this with your expertease and warrant why dentist charge an incredible amount for an almost like for like product

Trust me, I purchased one of these last year, they are rubbish, make the wifes gums sore and they are no better than the kits you get in Boots, the blue light is a gimmick. Do her teeth look whiter, not really, maybe ever so slightly, I really don't know how they dare say is it worth £129.00 not in a million years. At £18 it is about on par with a Boots do it at home kit but certainly nothing special.

Does anyone really think that a company could get approval to sell a laser for home use on your teeth? And that it would be £18?

The light is just a gimmick and in the UK legislation prevents strong bleach being sold in home kits. I wouldn't risk my teeth with these kits. Better to look for a bonafide deal at a dentists imo or try Crest white strips which get good reviews.

got one these while ago,doesnt work...cold
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