Cool light technology means it will not cause sensitivity
Safe for enamel
Polishes while whitening
Safe for caps, crowns and veneers
Whitens tooth surface and in tooth crevices
Includes 20 treatments
Removes stains from coffee, wine, soda, smoking, etc.
No molding or boiling required
Open the back of the LED light and remove the plastic tab below the batteries. Rinse the mouth tray with warm water and attach it to the LED light. Fill the front surface of the mouth tray on both the top and bottom with 0.5 ml of gel.
Insert the light with tray into your mouth and place firmly over your teeth.
Press the power button to turn on the light and whiten your teeth for 30 minutes. The LED light will automatically turn off and beep in 10 minute intervals for your convenience.
When finished, rinse the mouth tray and your mouth. Store gel in a cool, dry place. Avoid eating or drinking staining foods/beverages for 1 hour.
If irritation, such as redness, swelling, soreness of the gums or mouth occurs, discontinue use and consult a dentist. Product not recommended for children under 12 years of age. Avoid swalllowing the cosmetic or any part thereof. Avoid contact of the product with the eye. Do not use if pregnant.
What’s in the Box?
1x Mouth tray
2x Gel syringes (10x applications each)
1x LED light attachment
1x Storage case
1x On-The-Go Pen
In the more negative reviews are multiple complaints of blistered lips and gums, wrecked enamel, mouth pieces that are too big to fit in the person’s mouth, teeth that are made sensitive… so I’d say use with caution. Of course there are a zillion positive reviews too but damaged enamel you can’t undo.
@Kidsandliz I googled “urea peroxide.” According to this dentist, it’s better for teeth than some of the other whiteners on the market, BUT this might not be a product for anyone with extra sensitive teeth.Whitening Your Steve Buscemi Teeth
@Kidsandliz Some care in putting the gel into the trays will avoid any blistered lips and gums - those people very likely put in way too much gel, and when they put the tray on their teeth made the gel overflow.
All that happens with this stuff is that when applied it begins to break down and oxidize. It is during that time that cleaning occurs. The light helps the process a bit, but it will still happen without it. This is legit, but at $30 for just two syringes it’s a terrible deal. Look on eBay and the like and you can find packs of ten for a lot less money. They’ll come from China so you’ll have to wait, but it’s the same basic stuff. They’ll even include the light.
@haydesigner hey I didn’t care about this ridiculous but slightly annoying campaign for a whole 165 days. Mike being a complete asshole AND bringing up pop sockets in a totally unrelated thread while attacking another user. AND campanging for them convinced me. Die popsockets.
@Pufferfishy I don’t think it counts as “quackery” if a “whitening kit” can make your teeth too white. Even if it is just an expensive way to deliver peroxide to your teeth.
If the wavelength of the light is in the right part of the spectrum, it will accelerate many reactions involving peroxide. With enough lumens, it can significantly speed up the process. (I have not evaluated the light in any way, and do not know if it is safe and effective in this application.)
Amazing. In advertising, we went from whitening teeth, (retouching c prints), and then every insecure person decided they should look like the fake images. Gotta love advertising and the minds it manipulates. Be happy with who you are.
@michaeljohnson1 If you expand tracking details on the USPS tracking page, you’ll see the movement as it makes its way to USPS.
It looks like this stalled out on the way, so if you haven’t already, please write into support and we’ll get that sorted for you.