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Listerine Whitening Strips are very good
Posted by Flute726 on 02/14/2008
I recently found a coupon in a booklet for a wholesale club for Listerine Whitening Strips. I had been shopping around for the best deal for quite some time, and this was the best since I got 56 strips + 28 extra strips. Most stores only have 56 per box. The coupon was $4 off of $27.49, so I decided to buy it.
I went to the club today and got them. I used them twice today and found that they are very easy to use. They don't have an unpleasant smell or taste, and they aren't as messy as gels, or conventional strips. I like their convenience as well since you can just apply and go. The only problem I seem to be having is getting the strip on my top lip when I put the top one on. My lips are very sensitive, and they make them a little sore, but that's a tiny problem that can be fixed.

All in all, I'm satisfied and I can't wait until the end of two weeks to have bright pearly whites!

     
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Posted by Principissa on 2008-02-14:
I'm glad you are having success with these. However, the discomfort on your top lip can be an allergic reaction, and with prolonged exposure could get worse. I would be leery to continue use without speaking to a doctor first. I've been told by my dentist that these strips, all of them after using them for a long period of time start to break down the enamel on your teeth.
Posted by Flute726 on 2008-02-14:
It's not an allergic reaction, it's just that I keep getting the strip on the lip and it gets a little chapped. It doesn't get red or swollen or anything. I always make sure that I get enamel safe ingredients before I put it on my teeth. I made sure I smelled these and read the ingredients before I used them.

Thanks for your input though.
Posted by Flute726 on 2008-02-14:
Also, I asked my dentist about whitening kits before since I have sensitive teeth and I wanted to know if these would harm them. He said that as long as I follow the directions, I should be fine. He mentioned nothing about any damage to the tooth enamel and I know I can trust him. My mom was seeing him way before I was even born.
Posted by thensider on 2008-02-15:
while i dont want to say that your dentist isnt trustworhty, it might be a good idea to get a second opinion. I have heard the same thigns that princi said, from my own dentist.
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