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Crest Whitestrips


$25.00 Released January, 2001

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Work very well for some individuals. Easy to use. Small sized strips fit in the mouth and don't come with the issues of larger sized trays.

The Cons:Makes teeth and gums sensitive. Potentially painful for those with already sensitive teeth/gums. Expensive for continued use.

Crest Whitestrips is a teeth-whitening system based on gel peroxide strips, introduced in 2001 and manufactured by Procter & Gamble. Six separate products bear the Whitestrips brand, differing mainly in advertised speed of stain removal, usage requirements, and price.

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For instance, Whitestrips Classic, priced at $25, are applied twice a day for 30 minutes for 'noticeably whiter teeth in 14 days', while Whitestrips Daily Whitening Multicare ($40) are worn for five minutes once a day for more gradual whitening. Although these products are 'clinically-proven', results may vary widely between users, and Crest offers a 60-day money-back guarantee.

Product Variations

  • Classic
    • Worn 30 minutes, twice a day
    • Full results in 14 days
    • $25
  • Premium
    • Worn 30 minutes, twice a day
    • Full results in 7 days
    • $35
  • Pro Effects
    • 'Professional' results
    • Worn 30 minutes, twice a day
    • Full results in 10 days
    • $40
  • Advanced Seal
    • Special sealing technology
    • Worn 30 minutes, once a day
    • Full results in 14 days
    • $45
  • Daily Whitening Multicare
    • Worn 5 minutes, once a day
    • Gradual whitening
    • $40
  • Daily Whitening + Tartar Protection
    • Worn 5 minutes, once a day
    • Gradual whitening
    • Protects against tartar buildup
    • $40

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Pros
  • 1

    work very well for some individuals

  • 1

    easy to use

  • 1

    small sized strips fit in the mouth and don't come with the issues of larger sized trays

  • 1

    much cheaper than professional options

Cons
  • 3

    makes teeth and gums sensitive

  • 2

    potentially painful for those with already sensitive teeth/gums

  • 2

    expensive for continued use

  • 1

    wasteful packaging - box is large and only half full, each strip is individually wrapped

  • 1

    results vary widely

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