This was easily the worst toothpaste I have ever purchased. It made my teeth so sensitive that it hurt to eat or drink anything hot, cold or room temperature. You could tell that it was breaking down my tooth enamel. I used it for about a week until I couldn't endure it anymore. The day after I stopped using it about half of one of my teeth just fell out when I was flossing. This toothpaste has literally broken my teeth down and it's disgusting. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. It is not worth it.
Although my teeth became sensitive after two brushings I decided to stick with this toothpaste, to see if the sensitivity diminished over time.
Not only did the sensitivity continue, my tongue became sensitive, dry and sore. The skin on the inside of my mouth began peeling and sloughing-off after every brushing.
And to add insult to injury, the product never so-much as brightened my teeth. In my opinion, this toothpaste is dangerous.
Somehow I did not notice any color change in my teeth after going through 2 tubes of this toothpaste. Perhaps it requries longer to show an effect?
Also the 1%? Hydrogen Peroxide ingredient makes the toothpaste taste really bad and I was secretly resenting the twice a day brushing schedule. I happily moved on to normal toothpastes with normal minty taste!
This is a really very, very good whitening toothpaste. I've been using it for the past year and I have to say that it keeps my teeth bright so that I have a very nice, noticeable white smile.
I've never stuck with any one toothpaste for as long as I've stuck with this one. And I wouldn't do that if I didn't see the wonderful way it keeps my teeth looking.
This toothpaste seriously whitens faster and more effective than any other drugstore toothpaste on the market. It is essentially like using white strips, without having to actually use white strips. I actually think it's lightening the color of my lips just from using it (I have naturally pigmented lips so I don't even mind). Negatives include sensitivity of the teeth and gums and chapped lips. This stuff is potent, so if you're after bright white teeth without the strips this is totally worth it (consistency is key, you must use twice daily!). If you're after more of a gentle and gradual whitening, I recommend Crest 3D White.
I didn't notice a difference in my teeth when I used this. I will not repurchase.
I bought this on the strength of the commercial....Whitening teeth just like that of Whitening Strips. That said....I used this for about a week and noticed that my teeth and gums became very sensitive. Everytime I drank smething, my there was a shock to my teeth. This stuff is very harsh.
I am liking this a lot! I started using it two weeks ago and my teeth look nice and bright. I don't want them to be ridiculously white because that can look fake. I find this cleans well, doesn't make my teeth sensitive, and makes my teeth whiter.
I wasn't sure of which paste to purchase between Crest 3D White and Colgate Optic White. The Optic White caught my attention because of vibrant red so I decided to purchase that one. Unfortunately, I noticed no difference in how white my teeth were after using the tube. However, the paste was nice and foamy and did leave my mouth feeling very fresh.
Love and an avid user of Crest 3D White, but this new product in the bold red box caught my eye and I was lured in by the whitening claims. After finishing one tube, my verdict is not to repurchase. This toothpaste has the oddest warming/slightly burning sensation which creeps me out. The biggest reason I will not repurchase is due to the lack of whitening and sadly my man even told me that my teeth were looking duller and less white then usual. Got to love the honest people in your life that will tell you like it is. After switching back to my ol' faithful Crest I started to notice my white smile coming back with 2 weeks.