Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Review: Tan White Teeth Whitening Kit

 
I recently had the chance to try out a few products from Beaming White. My review today is for Tan White Teeth Whitening Kit.

Where To Buy: http://www.beamingwhite.com
Tan White on my teeth

My Thoughts
I have been a huge user of the Crest White Strips but I was honestly ready to try something new. I stumbled upon Tan White and really wanted to try it. I'm amazed at my results from one use. When I got out of the tanning bed and looked in the mirror, I was completely shocked at how bright my teeth were! They were one whole shade brighter! I would have to use strips for months to achieve that! I really liked that it's gel based and there is no rinsing required. I'm in love with this product and will continue to use it from here on out! I highly recommend Tan White.

 Pros
  • Gel comes in a pen which makes it very easy to apply
  • Contains 16% H2O2 gel: strongest in the industry, so does not take long to see results
  • A little goes a long way
  •  Soft and comfortable silicone mouthpiece with vents
  • Comes with a cute case to carry the product in
  • Cheap
       
Cons

  • Saliva can build up while Tan White is on so be careful not to drool on yourself. 
     
     Final Verdict
       5/5  


 Disclaimer: This product was sent to me by Beaming White for review purposes only. No payment was received for this review. My reviews are based on my personal opinions and experience using the item. All opinions are my own and 100% honest.

4 comments:

  1. Omg! I love crest white strips but I didnt know stuff like this existed! What's the cost?
    xo Haylee
    http://www.dolledupdaily.com/

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    1. Kit is $14.00....retails for $30.00

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  2. I'm pretty sure you can still use smile12 when you checkout to get 50% off Tan White here >>> http://beamingwhitesmile.com/store/tan-white-uv-whitening-kit

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  3. These kits have gained quite a lot of name in the last few years as many people thought that getting professional treatment is pretty expensive. But each has its own pros and cons and while home whitening does sound like a better options. Read the pros and cons here!

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