Pearl Drops Instant White Reviews
Product Type: Pearl Drops Oral Care
Newest Review: ... would do quite a few applications, so it seemed like a decent buy. Pearl Drops Instant White is a glittery looking liquid ... more
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PEARL DROPS CORRECTOR INSTANT WHITE ULTRA
PEARL DROPS CORRECTOR INSTANT WHITE ULTRA
Last Update 17.06.2013 16:02
Customer Pearl Drops Instant White Reviews (27)
by - written on 28/05/10 (Very useful, 973 readings)
Pearl Drops - Instant White Natural, Brush on Tooth Veneer What is it? ********* A cosmetic liquid that is used to paint a 'veneer-like' layer onto your teeth to create a whitened effect. Special features? ************* The white liquid forms a coaing on your teeth that dries in seconds to give a natual-looking white veneer. It will remain on your teeth until you brush t away with a toothbrush or when you eat a meal. What do I think? ************* No, no, No!!!! Please do not buy this as it does not work. A few of my teeth are pitted and stained, and I thought I'd try this. I saw an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/10 (Very useful, 2852 readings)
I admit I am slightly obsessed with my tooth care regime and I like to try all the new and exciting products that come onto the market. When I saw this product advertised, i thought it sounded too good to be true.... and frankly it was! The rectangular shape tube comes with a brush applicator in the lid, it resembles a lip-gloss actually. For 5ml the average price i have seen in several stores is £7.99, online it is available slightly cheaper but obviously you have to add on postage. The directions are clear and are printed on the side of the tube for future reference- this is probably the only good thing about it! simply shake ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 1045 readings)
The adverts for this product imply that you add this polish to your teeth and it instantly makes them look whiter. Sort of like tip-ex for your smile. I have to confess I was sceptical. How can it work? But then I was won over by the whole tip-ex idea. It must just be paint for your teeth. Just like you do on your nails, surely? So I purchased this when it was on offer in Boots for £4 instead of the usual £8 price tag. I was again seduced by the fact that no company could charge £8 for somehting if it wasn't going to be great?! The packaging is ok, it's pretty standard. The actual product comes in a lipgloss-esque bottle and has a s=whitey-silvery ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 772 readings)
*-* Introduction: *-* Unfortunately I have not got bright white teeth that look so good on these celebs, I have tow major vices: fizzy pop and smoking. Both which are not great for the colour of my teeth and after years of doing both og the above my teeth are a bit yellow to say the least. Now I like to take pride in my appearance and not having white teeth is something that annoys the hell out of me all the time. So when I saw the adverts for this product on TV I really wanted to try it out, luckily the very next day I was shopping in town and noticed a small version of this product on the shelves in the 99p store so in my basket it went. I must admit I was ... Read the complete review
by janpants - written on 01/09/09
I was very disappointed when I first tried this, but not having been blessed with white teeth, I wanted to give it another go. Instead of painting on with a single stroke, I tried dabbing at the teeth continuously, letting it dry and then dabbing again. Eventually the tooth was actually covered. The effect was like mother of pearl - white, but with a grey tinge at times in the wrong light. Overall, the teeth I painted looked white, but not smooth. They looked and felt gritty and bumpy. The teeth I had not painted looked a very different colour, so I either had to paint all the visible teeth, upper and lower or I had to clean off what ... Read the complete review
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