Holywood Smile and Pro White Pearldrops
I have tried many remedies to whiten my teeth stopping short of having them whitened professionally. I have always returned to the same brand of toothpaste time and time again , although I always pick it up on a half price offer of course. I spent most of my early teenage years in heavy duty braces to get almost straight teeth and it seems a shame not to have them white!
I drink a lot of coffee which is not the best for your teeth I know, so to combat this and other stains I do use it daily. These Pearldrops ones retail at around £4.50 which I feel is a little pricey, although they do seem to last if you can keep them away from the hands of the kids! My teeth brighten immediately and are much whiter as a result. The taste is pleasant and there is no harsh feeling on either my teeth or gums. Some over the counter whitening products use peroxide which can cause sensitivity and as I suffer from sensitive teeth anyway, I am reluctant to attempt this. Dentists recommend if you go down this route you pick a product that has the British Dental Health Foundation Logo on. This is a good site to look at if you are interested in Teeth Whitening.
I am not saying Pearldrops get the shade of white achieved by professional whitening, but I would suggest that the budget needed for the maintenance of this is not something many of us have. Peardrops certainly help remove stains and brighten my teeth by a shade or two. It is a white toothpaste with small blue flecks and has a mild mint flavour to it.
I usually just purchase the Daily Pro White option, but this time have gone for the Transform Holywood Smile as well to see if I get any different results here. I will let you know.I got 4 packs of toothpaste this time, plus a few other half price items and stocked up as they were on a half price offer at Sainsburys.
Do you use a whitening toothpaste?