Blanx Complete Reviews
Product Type: Blanx Oral Care
Description:Brand: Blanx / Type: Whitening Product / What it does: Protects / Blanx Complete Toothpaste, designed for daily use, is the first protective whitening toothpaste to include the beneficial properties of Arctic lichen / This toothpaste is non-abrasive, cleaning ... more
Newest Review: ... whitening properties restore the natural radiance of your smile." This was what I was looking for as I didn't want ... more
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Customer Blanx Complete Reviews (7)
by - written on 01/09/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I'm not a big fan of my teeth. They are quite healthy but they are not as white as I would like them to be. I think this is a combination of natural colour as well as drinking lots of coffee and red wine. I am going on holiday soon to America, home of amazingly white teeth and so I wanted to give my teeth a bit of a white boost and decided to try using this toothpaste and well as a whitening kit (but that will be another review). The toothpaste I decided upon was Blanx as I had read good things about it so after buying a tube for £7 something in Boots, eek, I got started on my whiter teeth. According to the information, "BlanX Classic toothpaste is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/10 (Very useful, 94 readings)
There seem to be hundreds of different toothpastes, with extras such as being a whitening product. I've tried quite a few of these, and eventually got round to paying 7 pounds for 100 ml of Blanx. The toothpaste is in a tall, cylinder shape dispenser, which is nice and easy to use. The manufacturer states that it is the first cosmetic toothpaste to be based on arctic lichen. They claim arctic lichen removes bacteria that sticks to enamel and penetrates deeply into teeth to remove bacterial residues and stains caused by food and drink. However, there doesn't seem to be any sort of support for this claim, by the British Dental Association, on the dispenser ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/09, updated on 19/05/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
*PLEASE NOTE: (I have already put this disclaimer on one of my reviews and on my profile) SOME OF THESE REVIEWS ARE COPIED FROM MY OLD CIAO AND DOOYOO ACCOUNTS, EIBEE AND EIBEE8 RESPECTIVELY. SOMEONE HASN'T PAID ATTENTION TO THIS AND TAKEN MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS. I WOULD SUGGEST ANYONE ELSE HALTS THEIR "NOT HELPFUL"S UNTIL THE MATTER IS RESOLVED. Blanx Complete Whitening toothpaste promises to restore teeth back to their natural whiteness. It has been developed from a unique, natural formula discovered in the Arctic when it was noted how white the people who live there's teeth tend to be. The moss that grows there contains an ingredient - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I was conned into buying this toothpaste by my husband. It costs £7.14 for a 100ml tube and it's a rip off. It says to use it the same as normal toothpaste and you should see a difference and you even get a colour chart to note the colour change. Between the two of us this product lasted about 3 weeks, which is a good amount of time for a toothpaste but as this cost £7.14 I thought it might have lasted a little bit longer. Needless to say we didn't buy this again after it ran out. I saw a slight change in my teeth, but only very slight. I'm not sure it even did anything. The colour chart that they give you has a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/08 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Blanx is a tooth whitening paste designed for everyday use. The manufacturers claim it includes the 'beneficial properties of Arctic Lichen' - which apparently kills only bad bacteria in the mouth. When choosing a whitening toothpaste, it's important to avoid certain brands which can be harmful to the teeth. This is one of the reasons I decided to try Blanx, as it whitens without using bleaches or abrasives. For a toothpaste, this product is relatively expensive at around 7 or £8 for a 100ml tube - depending on the retailer. However, it lasts a long time, and the pump action dispenser doesn't squirt out too much on each application. Blanx ... Read the complete review
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