How do you use teeth whitening strips?
The Spotlight Oral Care Teeth Whitening Strips contain a full 14-day course of whitening strips. Created by dentists, these Teeth Whitening Strips contain the active whitening ingredient Hydrogen Peroxide, which is clinically proven to whiten teeth. Our system whitens teeth gradually and safely at home.
Once you have completed the full 14-day course, we recommend popping on a whitening strip once or twice a week to maintain that bright smile!
How Often Should You Whiten Your Teeth?
We recommend using the Spotlight Oral Care Teeth Whitening Strips for one hour a day for two weeks to achieve a whiter, brighter smile. Following the course as recommended will ensure that you can whiten your teeth gradually and safely at home.
We recommend topping up your whitening results with another course after 6 months to maintain that bright smile. Alternatively, you can keep on top of those pearly whites by popping on a whitening strip while on-the-go or during your beauty routine, once or twice a week.
It all comes down to your individual needs and what level you want to achieve for a whiter, brighter smile.
How Can I Make My Teeth Whitening Last?
You’ve achieved that white smile you’ve always wanted but you’re wondering how to get your daily dose of caffeine without ruining your new smile? You can still get your fix once you’ve nailed down your daily oral care routine ensuring you use a combination of essentials such as our Toothpaste for Whitening Teeth, Mouthwash for Whitening Teeth, Dental Floss for Whitening Teeth, and Teeth Whitening Pen.
Not only does smoking give you yellow teeth and make you more prone to gum disease and inflammation, it’s also the number one cause of oral cancer. If you’re a smoker, it can be hard to give up, but if you are looking to improve your oral health then it’s best to kick the habit! Speak with your dentist and they will provide you with plenty of advice and support. Smoking is more harmful to teeth than not brushing at all!
Avoid Foods and Drinks That Stain
Dark coloured liquids such as tea, coffee, and red wine contain tannins that leave stains on your teeth. If you can’t survive without your morning coffee, try drinking through a straw (an environmentally friendly one, of course!)
Consider having dark coloured foods such as curries, anything tomato-based, and chocolate in moderation, as these also promote staining to occur.
Brush teeth regularly
Brushing is the only effective way to reduce plaque build-up and maintain a healthy, beautiful smile. We recommend brushing your teeth and gums for two minutes, even if your teeth feel clean after one! Our Sonic Toothbrush comes with a built-in two-minute self-timer to ensure you’re never over brushing your teeth - which can actually do more damage than good! Brush twice a day to maintain good overall oral health.