It’ll be all white on the night! Botanical White Ultimate Home Teeth Whitening Kit – review

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Everyone is striving for the perfect teeth these days and with so many products claiming to turn your beige coloured teeth into a set of shiny whites that even Simon Cowell would be proud of, it can be difficult to know exactly where to turn. White teeth not only look great, but can leave you feeling more confident than ever. Let’s take a look at the Botanical White Ultimate Home Teeth Whitening Kit.

What it contains

The whitening kit has 120ml of power teeth whitening gel, a pre-cleansing spray, mouth trays, two aftercare gels, blue light accelerator and a tooth shade guide.

What it does

The Botanical White Ultimate Home Teeth Whitening Kit is designed to brighten the colour of your teeth and remove any stains. It is completely safe to use and it will give you a dazzling smile and plenty of new-found confidence.

It is quite simple to use; you just put the gel on the shields and mould them to your teeth. The gel is made of sodium bicarbonate, which is a completely natural ingredient, making it one of a kind among teeth whitening kits. It also contains aloe vera, chamomile and vitamin D – all natural products which are ideal for those with sensitive teeth.

Team it up with a good toothbrush, such as Oral-B’s Genius 8000 CrossAction and you’re all set to go!

Whiten your teeth quickly

The resounding positive of this teeth whitening kit is that you get results immediately after using. Many customers try to get the same results with months of using whitening toothpaste and the like. If you are heading out on a night out in a few days and want to look your best, this is an ideal way to get your teeth ready for the occasion. Your teeth can be up to 11 shades lighter in just 2 weeks! It is also designed to be used by people with sensitive teeth and gums. You can use this completely by yourself, so no need to visit a dentist to get them to do it for you.

Some customers find the gum shield a little difficult to use, however, you’ll eventually get the hang of it.

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