Product Type: Pearl Drops Oral Care
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Pearl Drops Toothpolish
Member Name: Karonher
Pearl Drops Toothpolish
Advantages: Tastes good and does the job
Disadvantages: Needs to be used regularly
Despite what my dentist keeps telling me I have not stopped drinking red wine or black coffee or eating Polo mints. There is not much I can do about the effect of the mints, but the stains that the coffee and wine is another matter.
I have tried a few whitening toothpastes from other companies but have not found one that has been as effective as Pearl Drops.
One fear that I always had using this sort of product was the damage that would be done to the enamel but according to all reports I have seen about it, the enamel is not at risk. It still removes tartar and plague as effectively as any toothpaste and I think it has a nice taste which is not always the case with whitening toothpastes. It may be my imagination but I always think I can taste the baking powder.
Some products available can only be used for a certain length of time but Pearl Drops does not fall into this category, but can be used a couple of times a day without risk. The only warning that I have seen in relation to this is the fact that it is not suitable for children under 7 years of age.
It has made a difference to my teeth but I don't think it is ever going to make them as white and bright as it claims while I keep on drinking the wrong things.
It is not classed as a prescription item, but not is it widely sold. It can be found in most chemists but not all supermarkets sell it. I normally get it from Boots where is costs £2.09 for a 50ml bottle, although I have seen it on offer and as part of the buy 2 get one free deal but not very often.
The ingredients are all listed but as usual I have not heard of many of them and know absolutely nothing about them but here are a few, Aqua, Sodium Monofluorophoshpate, Sodium Fluoride and Pyrophosphate.
I think it is well worth the price and it will take a good offer from another company to make me change.
Summary: Well worth giving a go
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