Boots Teeth Whitening

Imagine having bright and white teeth like all the movie stars we see on the screen. Regardless of how much coffee we see them drinking, their teeth never seem to be discolored or yellow, in spite of their age. You don’t have to be a movie or television star to have a bright and dazzling smile. All you need is a good teeth whitening system and your teeth can easily be whiter than you ever imagined. Boots Teeth Whitening system is a product that many are choosing to give them their dream smile by helping to get rid of stains and discoloration.

What is Boots Teeth Whitening?

Boots Teeth Whitening system consists of whitening stick that is very useful because it actually allows you to target individual stains or discolorations on your teeth. You quickly and easily brush the product on the teeth and you can see any results almost instantly. The fact that this product doesn’t have any peroxide in it is a plus for some and a negative for others. Some people that are uncomfortable using peroxide in their mouth because of a sensitivity to peroxide are happy that Boots doesn’t use peroxide while others feel that it doesn’t work as well as it should because you need bleach or peroxide to really get rid of bad stains on your teeth.

Pros and Cons

Boots Teeth Whitening has many pros and cons. While many people like it because it’s simple and doesn’t require any fuss or mess. Unlike many of the whitening strips that have to be molded against your teeth, the Boots system is simply brushed on your teeth. Other customers have complained that you get the same sensitive painful feeling using Boots as you’d get if you eat something really cold and it hits a nerve in your mouth.

On the bright side is that Boots Teeth Whitening system passed certain tests that many other brands did not because of its lack of peroxide. In many areas it’s illegal to use a teeth whitening kit that has peroxide at a level higher than 0.1%. Peroxide is known to cause sensitivity in the mouth and gums. Many teeth whitening products that are used are being blamed for pain and sensitivity and it may actually be the peroxide in the product that’s causing the problem. Since Boots doesn’t use peroxide and some customers still experienced a sharp pain, what could be causing the sensitivity in their mouth?