How To Whiten Your Teeth without Whitening Strips
Whitening strips are a pretty easy and effective way to whiten your teeth. But if you can’t get past the taste or don’t like the way they feel in your mouth, we’ve found some alternatives for a sparkling smile.Photo: Courtesy of Glo Science
Glo Solo G-Vial Whitening Gels($45, gloscience.com)
If you want amazing results with minimal effort, try Glo Solo. The single-use vials contain a whitening gel and a built-in brush tip — just squeeze and brush onto your teeth for 30 seconds, morning and night. In just three days, you’ll see a difference.
Whitening Lightning Zero White Whitening Pen ($79, whiteninglightning.com)Photo: Courtesy of Whitening Lightning
This whitening pen works while you sleep! Paint this all-natural formula on your teeth and it will dry within 60 seconds and continue whitening into the wee hours.
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Prime Time Smile Active Blue Teeth Whitening Kit ($46, ulta.com)Photo: Courtesy of Prime Time Smile
This LED light system is much easier than it sounds. First brush on the whitening gel stored in the pen. Then apply the light into your mouth for 10 minutes to activate the gel. Repeat the process a second time for whiter, brighter teeth that day.
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Supersmile Powder Whitening Rinse ($16 for 24 pack, http://supersmilestore.com/)Photo: Courtesy of Supersmile
Think of this as a whitening mouthwash on the go. Pour the powder in a glass of water and rinse.
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Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum ($179.99, sonicare.com)Photo: Courtesy of Philip Sonicare
The Sonic toothbrush got a recent makeover and we’re loving it. The new version — available in August — has a whitening mode with the first 2 minutes removing surface stains and the last 30 seconds brightening and polishing the front teeth.
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