Tuesday, 9 April 2013

BLANX WHITE SHOCK TOOTHPASTE REVIEW

Hello lovelies! I hope you're all good and have had a lovely day. A few weeks ago, I was sent this BlanX White Shock toothpaste and I'd been waiting until I'd finished the tube to review it as I wanted to see if it truly made a difference! After trying it for a few weeks, I feel like I have given it a fair enough test to do a accurate and honest review, so let's get into it!

As you can see, this is no ordinary toothpaste. This one has a little LED light in the lid. This is what the BlanX website says about this, as I'm sure I'll mess it up if I try to explain!!
"BlanX White Shock formula contains an internationally patented ingredient called Actilux®, which reacts to light to help whiten teeth naturally.
Actilux® has a photo-catalytic effect -  breaking down organic dirt and bacteria using light, washing away dirt via the lotus effect. Dirt particles are picked up by water droplets (saliva) due to a complex micro- and nanoscopic architecture of the surface, which minimises adhesion."
"The LED light works as a booster to the Actilux® in the BlanX White Shock formula, activating the formula as it passed through the tube. You can also use the light on the end of the toothpaste tube to boost the formula whist on your teeth by holding the light in front of your mouth for 1 minute everyday."

To be honest, when I first got this toothpaste, I thought the LED light in the lid was the coolest thing I'd ever seen, but I did wonder if it was a bit of a gimmick and possibly a little pointless. Although, I did as the website says, and held the light infront of my teeth for one minute a couple of times every week and I have honestly noticed a difference in the whiteness of my teeth! I didn't use the light in the first week of using the toothpaste, and while it definitely did make my teeth a little brighter, it was definitely more noticeable when I used the light. The cool thing about this, is that you can buy refill tubes, but the LED light is reusable.

This has a pretty standard, minty taste so nothing to odd! The whitening effect is nothing too mad, but they definitely seem a lot brighter and I've had a couple of people mention it so that's great! I have slightly sensitive teeth at times and this didn't irritate them at all, which is fab as some other whitening toothpastes have been a little harsh for my teeth - and didn't white as much either!

Overall, if you'd like a natural whitening effect to your teeth, with a toothpaste that's not too harsh and still good for sensitive teeth - this is for you!

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32 comments:

  1. Definitely looks like it is worth trying my teeth are quite sensitive so good to know it isn't a problem for that!

    www.littlepieceofbeauty.blogspot.com

    xx

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    1. I'm sure it'd be fine, mine get super sensitive and this definitely hasn't affected them xx

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  2. I'd be interested to try this, Ive tried every teeth whitening kit under the sun! Will keep my eyes peeled for it next time I'm in Boots! :)

    Jen xx
    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com

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    1. You definitely should! I'm sure you'll love it! xx

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  3. I've never seen an LED light on a toothpaste before, so cool! I need something to brighten up my teeth, at the moment I'm using the oral b 3d white and seeing how that goes :), great review x

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  4. This seems like something to try out. I want my teeth to be a little bit more whiter so hopefully this could help :)

    j4miejohnston.blogspot.co.uk

    Jamie ♥

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  5. I have been using the normal blanx whitening toothpaste for about a month and I really noticed the difference with that too, its very good. An odd thing I also found about Blanx, is the tube is more like...a "cream" tube, i.e it bounces back into shape, it doesnt go all wrinkled. Which is good, because I didnt have that horrible bit at the end of a toothpaste where you have to squeeze it ridiculously hard to get the last bit out. Odd plus i know, but i love it! x

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    1. I know what you mean actually, I noticed this! xx

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  6. Ooo this sounds good! Will be picking this up :)

    egtx3.blogspot.co.uk
    xo

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  7. This looks good!! Will defo have to pick this up when I see it!

    Jaime xx

    catsclothesandcupsoftea.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. this sounds really good, i like the sound of having the light in it. i'm glad that it works with your sensitive teeth as i normally find this a problem xxxxx
    mollyox.blogspot.com

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    1. It's great, it's been no problem at all! It doesn't really seem to improve sensitivity much but definitely doesn't make it worse xx

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  9. I've been wanting to try this toothpaste for a while but I also have slightly sensitive teeth but now you've said it doesn't trouble yours I want to get it now :)

    simplyjustnatalie.blogspot.co.uk

    x

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    1. I'm sure you'll be fine, mine haven't been affected at all :) xx

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  10. not heard of this but looks worth a try. Thanks :)

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  11. Curious about this product. Would love to try it. :)

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  12. hello all
    as a mature man i have started to use it, and even after a couple days, what a difference, and if you have an led light from an old home whitening kit you can use that as a boost.... and sainsburys are sellng the larger size tubes 75ml for three quid !!! but be quick..

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  15. good review might give it a try

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  16. I have this too, although I've not used it every day I have seen a bit of a difference, which is good as an ex smoker :)

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  17. Picked the tooth paste up today reduced in boots for 75ml. Think it was £2.34? Gonna use led light I have as a booster!

    All the reviews sound good!

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  18. Gave up on cigarettes a year ago, but coffee is still here, heh! Would like to try this, i'm curious will it work.
    24 hour dentist lv

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