Luster Premium White offers three different choices when it comes to teeth whitening. Luster Now! is their special toothpaste that promises instant, noticeable results that will last for hours afterwards. Their at-home whitening systems are called Luster 1 Hour White and Luster Weekend White.
Luster 1 Hour White provides a whitening experience that is not complicated by application trays and mouthpieces. Instead the kit comes with Accelerator White Rinse, Whitening Gel and a Whitening Light. To start the whitening procedure, you need to rinse your mouth with the Accelerator White Rinse and apply generous amount of the gel onto to your teeth. Luster 1 Hour White guarantees that your teeth will be up to 6 shades whiter after the first use.
For those of us who are too busy to spend one hour sitting and whitening our teeth, there is the Luster Weekend White. The system is the similar to their 1 Hour White kit, with the exception of the whitening light. All you need to do is apply the whitening gel straight to your teeth twice a day – once in the morning, once in the evening, and after 3 days, your teeth will be 6 shades whiter than when you started.
Luster Premium White is an amazing company and their products are perfection. What sets them apart from other teeth whitening systems is that their products cause absolutely no pain. Clients with very sensitive teeth can use Luster Premium White without fear. This system can be used by everybody regardless of how sensitive their teeth are. The procedure requires you to apply between 10-20 coats of the gel on your teeth in one sitting and although most people had no problem following the instructions, a few complained that the putting on process is hard because the gel is clear, so it is a little hard to tell where the gel has already been applied.
This product is recommended to those who have dramatic stains on teeth. If your teeth are naturally white and you are looking for a little boost, this is not a product for you. It appears that Luster Premium White products have a limit to how white they can make your teeth.