Monday 26 September 2016

Review: True White Advanced Plus Teeth Whitening Kit

I've always been apprehensive of doing a teeth whitening kit. I have gappy teeth so don't often smile with my teeth on show. I decided to do test teeth whitening kit in hope that it gave me more confidence in smiling and showing off my pearly whites!

Once I received the kit, I took my before picture and set off on a mission to whiten my teeth!

The kit came with enough things for 2 people to use. 

1 x Blue Light 

2 x 10ml tubes of Non Peroxide Teeth Whitening Gel

2 x Teeth Molds

1 x Instruction and Information Page.

Firstly, I had to shape the molds to my teeth. I did this by submerging them in boiling water for 10 seconds followed by biting them.

I then spread a pea size blob of the Teeth Whitening Gel around the mold and placed in my mouth along with the blue light. 

The instructions didn't state a time frame as to hole long to have the light in my mouth so after some googling, I decided on 15 minutes per session.

I did this 3 days in a row.

My Original Photo (Below)

After 1st Session (Below)

After Second Session (Above and Below)
 After Final Session (Above)

I am quite happy with the results!
They have definitely taken my teeth a couple of shades lighter!

I have plenty more of the Teeth Whitening Gel left so can keep up with it until I feel more comfortable with the colour.

To purchase one of these Teeth Whitening Kits, follow the link here. 

We were gifted a True White Advanced Plus for 2 Teeth Whitening Kit for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, photos and opinions are my own. 


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