BleachBright

bleachbright

I am an avid coffee and tea drinker and I like to enjoy a glass of wine from time to time. Okay, I love wine and may even be considered a wine snob, but I digress. After a while, my fondness for these beverages started to show on my teeth. My sister, being the devout tooth bleacher that she is, gave me a BleachBright kit from the tanning salon that she manages in Chicago and told me to try it at home.

The kit comes with a double-sided mouthpiece that emits a blue LED light, along with a special whitening gel. I decided to try it and after a couple of 20-30 minute sessions, 3 times a week, my teeth were noticeably whiter. I was pleasantly surprised to say the least.

I have tried the sticky and gooey Crest Whitestrips in the past; they were okay when it comes to fading discoloration but they were so harsh and abrasive on my already sensitive teeth, my teeth would literally ache after using them. I decided to stick with the BleachBright for a while longer and my teeth were getting whiter and brighter every week.

BleachBright differs from many of the other teeth bleaching products you see in a couple of ways. Crest Whitestrips features 14% hydrogen peroxide and has to be worn for 3 weeks to notice a difference. The BleachBright sells only 10% hydrogen peroxide. BleachBright uses the same ingredients as other whitening products but the LED light activation will enhance the process both in time and results.

I know a lot of the BleachBright kits are sold in spas and tanning salons in the Chicago area. You can purchase them on Amazon as well. With BleachBright you won’t have any irritations or pain like you would with stronger teeth bleaching products and it is super cheap!

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