Whitening toothpastes are an easy and inexpensive way to get rid of some of the more obvious nicotine, coffee, and red wine stains on your teeth in a few weeks. Developed with ingredients like silica to scrub and polish teeth, they are an efficient alternative to professional whitening treatments which can cost hundreds of pounds, as well as being time consuming. These are our recommendations.
Safe Stain Removal
Regular use will reverse the gradual yellowing of teeth which is caused over time by food and drink, and prevents further damage. Colgate
Anyone with sensitive teeth should proceed with caution, as the abrasive nature of whitening toothpastes could lead to further sensitivity and damage the enamel. The peroxide used in these products can also cause teeth and gums to become more sensitive.
Using the power of nature’s own whitener, charcoal toothpaste leaves a great minty taste in your mouth. Unnis
Some charcoal products can leave residue in the mouth and a mess in the sink, so be sure to clean up well afterwards. However, the natural ingredient will not irritate sensitive teeth and gums, promoting safer and better overall oral health.
All Day Protection
Zero waste, compostable packaging uses only biodegradable materials and recyclable glass and aluminium. Georganics
Remember that whitening toothpastes will not permanently change the colour of your teeth, or penetrate beneath the surface to remove deeper stains. They will, however, work well superficially, and the more you use them, the brighter your smile will get.